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Left-Handed Death was first published in 1946. I’ve never read anything by Richard Hull, so am looking forward to it.

Mailbox MondayLeft-Handed Death by Richard Hull
Published by Agora Books on October 30, 2019 (first published 1946)
Source: NetGalley
Genres: Vintage Mystery
Pages: 210
Format: eBook
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Shergold Engineering Company has come into a bit of financial trouble. And it seems the Ministry-sent Barry Foster might just have something to do with it.

The company directors, Arthur Shergold and Guy Reeves, decide Foster must be stopped, and when Reeves confesses to the murder, it’s surely an open-and-shut case.

But as Detective Hardwick looks closer at the confession, he’s not so sure Reeves is their man.

Filled with comic wit and an ingenious plot, Left-Handed Death is a classic Richard Hull crime not to be missed.

My review of Christmas at the Chateau is scheduled for December 5.

Mailbox MondayChristmas at the Chateau by Lorraine Wilson
Series: A French Escape #2
Published by One More Chapter on December 1, 2019
Genres: Christmas, Fiction
Pages: 49
Format: eARC
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Poppy is looking forward to spending her first Christmas in France at her boyfriend, Leo’s, Château. And as the snow falls softly around the dramatic castle, Poppy can’t think of anything more magical.

There are new traditions to discover, a cosy Christmas market to explore and best of all, a promise of secret treasure hunt from gorgeous Leo. Only family pressure and uncertainty about her future in France can threaten to cast a shadow over the holiday.

When the treasure hunt takes an unexpected turn Poppy knows for sure this is one Christmas she’ll remember forever.

About Lorraine Wilson

Lorraine Wilson writes flirty, feel-good fiction for Harper Impulse – a Harper Collins imprint – and is unashamedly fond of happy endings. She loves hearing from readers and feels incredibly grateful to be doing the job she always dreamt of.

She splits her time between the South of France and Cambridgeshire and is usually either writing or reading while being sat on, walked over or barked at by one of her growing band of rescue dogs.

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