|Title||:||Mists Over Mosley|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||176|
Mists Over Mosley Reviews
For those readers who believe that the English write the best mysteries, that the best mysteries set are set in England, that any mystery set in England is better than any mystery not set in England, and that half of England is trying to kill the other half while the other half is just conspiring to kill, then Mists Over Mosley is a thoroughly enjoyable book. For those readers whose tastes trend toward other locales and nationalities, this is still a thoroughly enjoyable book. When the Assistant [...]
"Death on a BroomstickThe tiny village of Upper Marldale is being overwhelmed by a mischievous coven of witches. Neither believers nor non-believers can explain why the church clock winds itself up without assistance, why a row of winter cabbages is suddenly struck down in the night, nor why not one cat in the village will venture forth after dusk. Marldale is the territory of the deceptively brilliant Inspector Jack Mosley, and his exasperated superiors wish he would get on with solving these n [...]
Nobody can explain why Upper Marldale's witches are so powerful, but the police are just as glad to have Mosley investigate--at least it keeps him away while a major corruption investigation is going on at home base. But of course Mosley's investigation leads in all directions, especially when the ambitious Sgt. Beamish, sent to keep Mosley under control, starts to fall for one of the witches.