Murder Visits a French Village (Main)

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Price
$29.99  $27.89
Publisher
Severn House
Publish Date
Pages
224
Dimensions
5.6 X 8.6 X 0.9 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781448310180

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About the Author

Susan C. Shea spent more than two decades as a non-profit executive before beginning her first critically praised mystery series in 2010, featuring a professional fundraiser for an art museum. In 2017, she debuted a new mystery series set in France, for St. Martin's Minotaur Books. She's a regular on 7 Criminal Minds blog, is past secretary of the national Sisters in Crime board and a past board member of the Northern California chapters of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America.

She lives in Marin County, California, where two cats pretty much rule the house!
Reviews
A comedy of errors full of amusing characters, a fine feeling for life in small-town France, and a suitably twisty mystery-- " Kirkus Reviews on Dressed for Death in Burgundy "
Francophiles will look forward to Katherine's next adventure in Burgundy-- " Publishers Weekly on Dressed for Death in Burgundy "

Not since my first visit to Louise Penny's Three Pines, have I encountered a more beguiling fictional world than Susan C. Shea's Reigny-Sur-Cannes. Dressed for Death in Burgundy is a box of delights!

-- " Catriona McPherson, award-winning author on Dressed for Death in Burgundy "
Susan C. Shea's novel set in the French countryside offers a pleasant getaway from hard-core killers-- " New York Times on Love & Death in Burgundy "

A Miss Marple-like investigation immerses the reader in the life of an American woman trying to fit into an insular French village

-- " Booklist on Love & Death in Burgundy "
The outlandish antics of the eccentric locals add to the humor. Suggest to fans of Rhys Bowen's early "Evan Evans" series for the humor, the characters, and the charming setting-- " Library Journal on Love & Death in Burgundy "
Ariel is a sympathetic amateur sleuth . . . and the mystery is nicely framed by a view of expat life in France and the details of restoring a chateau-- "Booklist"
The quirky village residents make this an appealing series debut-- "Library Journal"