Mystery in Prior's Ford

Mystery in Prior s Ford The fifth warmhearted novel of village life in Evelyn Hood s much loved Prior s Ford series Cookery writer Laura Tyler arrives in Prior s Ford determined to become immersed in village life and the vil

  • Title: Mystery in Prior's Ford
  • Author: Evelyn Hood
  • ISBN: 9780727880918
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The fifth warmhearted novel of village life in Evelyn Hood s much loved Prior s Ford series Cookery writer Laura Tyler arrives in Prior s Ford determined to become immersed in village life and the village drama group s forthcoming production of The Importance of Being Earnest offers her the perfect opportunity But Laura has cause to regret her involvement when murdeThe fifth warmhearted novel of village life in Evelyn Hood s much loved Prior s Ford series Cookery writer Laura Tyler arrives in Prior s Ford determined to become immersed in village life and the village drama group s forthcoming production of The Importance of Being Earnest offers her the perfect opportunity But Laura has cause to regret her involvement when murder calls a halt to rehearsals Constable Neil White investigates, with help from an unexpected source American visitor Amy Rose, with her passion for crosswords and mystery solving, can t resist a spot of amateur sleuthing .

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    1. In the small Scottish village of Prior's Ford, everyone patronizes the local pub, the Neurotic Cuckoo, and are there for each other in their times of need. Clarissa Ramsay frets about the villagers' opinions of her dating a man twenty years her junior. Ginny Whitelaw loves her job as a gardener at Linn Hall, the local big estate, but secretly harbors romantic feelings for Lewis Ralston-Kerr, who, with his parents, is trying to draw tourists to the hall. Meanwhile, the owners of Tarbethill Farm-- [...]

    2. This type of book is really "not my thing." However, this particular series seems to be "my thing" indeed, for I have found that I enjoy it very much. I am not even sure how you'd classify it, I refer to it as a "village saga." It takes place in Prior's Ford, a fictional Scottish village, set in modern times, and digs and delves into the lives of several of the villagers. I guess it could even be referred to a soap opera in book form, although I find it less silly and romance-laden than the dayt [...]

    3. This is the fifth Prior’s Ford novel. It was lovely to join all the villagers again in their everyday lives and catch up with events from previous novels in this series. Is this novel, murder comes to Prior’s Ford. Famous cookery writer, Laura Tyler, arrives in Prior’s Ford throwing herself into village life However a murder throws the village into disarray and it means that Constable Neil White and his estranged wife Sergeant Gloria Frost (who me met briefly in a previous book) must work [...]

    4. I really picked this up thinking it was a four or five star book in prospect. After all, a small village in Scotland, full of quaint, lovable or dislikable characters, with murder in prospect! Apparently, unbeknown to me, there's a whole series of village stories about this place, written under the name Eve Houston, so there are lots and lots of characters, some of whom only come into the story peripherally but I had to keep thinking "wait a minute, who is Bob Kavanaugh?" and looking at the char [...]

    5. Village life in a wee Scottish village, Prior's Ford, is about to get shook up. A famous cookery book author and her husband have purchased the 'Thatcher Cottage,' and the local drama club is about to begin rehearsals for their latest play "The Importance of Being Earnest." Meanwhile big changes are happening at Linn Hall and Tarbethill Farm. Romances are flourishing with many and life becomes even more complicated when two Constables, married yet estranged, move into the new housing.The village [...]

    6. I almost finished #6 in this series when the library borrowing period expired. I tried to check it out again but found I'm#2 on waiting list. So I'm going backwards: just finished#5 (this one). Loved it; love the characters. Helped explain some less than clear parts in #6. However, I'd have preferred to start at the beginning!

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