Scones and Death in the Cricket Pavilion by Phil Church Online

Scones and Death in the Cricket Pavilion
Title : Scones and Death in the Cricket Pavilion
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ISBN : B00MQ9TPAE
Language : English
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 100

After the demise of Diddlebury's most active murderer, the village seems oddly quiet, and Ray is left contemplating a tedious future as an amateur detective finding lost pets and wrongfully arresting innocent villagers. Luckily, a member of the village cricket team is murdered, and the investigation team get their chance to roll into action, ensuring they have plenty of alAfter the demise of Diddlebury's most active murderer, the village seems oddly quiet, and Ray is left contemplating a tedious future as an amateur detective finding lost pets and wrongfully arresting innocent villagers. Luckily, a member of the village cricket team is murdered, and the investigation team get their chance to roll into action, ensuring they have plenty of ales and scones along the way, as they try and catch the killer before the cricketers are bowled out.


Scones and Death in the Cricket Pavilion Reviews

  • Rebecca

    Bumbling fools and copious idiocy. Must add to do not download list.

  • Geoffrey West

    This book is packed with laugh-out-loud humour and lovely characters. Phil Church’s understated humour is masterfully successful, and this is one of those books where you smile all the way through. The vagaries of tackling psychopathic killers who are liable to behead people or stab them mercilessly, are juxtaposed with the joys of homemade cakes and scones and the calm delights of village cricket on the green. That is where this writer’s skill lies, in creating a world filled with larger-th [...]

  • Wanda

    Ok, I have to say this is the dumbest story. Line I have ever read, Ray is a bumbling idiot as is all his friends . His wife is sarcastic and indifferen. But comes to his aid every time He gets too close to a murderer . Somehow. This is a humorous read and I seem to enjoy it. Just for light reading