Elizabeth Hayes

Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,411
Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (243 of 284)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,411 - Total Helpful Votes: 243 of 284
Ambleside Alibi, The (Lake District Mysteries) by Rebecca Tope
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Persimmom `Simmy' Brown has now settled into her new home in Windermere. Getting her florist shop up and running in the last year has taken her mind off the tragedy that caused her to move to the Lake District.

As Simmy sets out to deliver a bouquet of flowers to a lady living on the northern fringe of Ambleside, with Christmas approaching, she is feeling optimistic. She is also intrigued by the strange message accompanying the flowers, and hopes that it won't upset the elderly lady who opens the door to her--but fury seems to be the only registered emotion, and Simmy goes on her way.

When later that day Detective Inspector Moxon appears at the shop and asks Simmy to… Read more
We'll be Watching You by Eileen Robertson
We'll be Watching You by Eileen Robertson
5.0 out of 5 stars We'll be Watching You, 30 Nov 2013
Christine Brett has taken Neighbourhood Watch to heart - the emphasis being on the word `watch'. She has even furnished her invalid mother Emily with a pair of binoculars to keep watch in her absence. Having reported her neighbours for several trivial offences, she has become, not surprisingly, unpopular with her neighbours. Most infuriated is retired Harry Myers when he is visited by the police in connection with a robbery. Christine defends herself saying that his car is the same colour and make as the getaway car described in the newspaper.

But matters take a dramatic turn when shopping in the local supermarket - she witnesses a robbery, and is shocked to find the face of… Read more
A Final Reckoning by Susan Moody
A Final Reckoning by Susan Moody
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Chantal Frazer was thirteen and living with her parents in California when the shocking news of the murder of her much-loved sister Sabine changed all their lives.

Twenty three years later, Chantal sees an advertisement for the opening of Weston Lodge, a new hotel in the Cotswolds, which is the house where Sabine had been working as an au pair for the wealthy Pallisers when she was murdered. Thinking only that she will see where her sister was killed and maybe find some answers, Chantal books herself in for a Special Introductory Weekend.

As the weekend progresses it would appear that Chantal is not the only person seeking answers to what happened that terrible night… Read more