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MURDER SPOILS THE FAIR
A high profile national fair, a murdered model. Can Dodo solve the crime before it closes the fair?
The historic British Empire Fair of 1924 is set to be officially opened by the king at the new Wembley Stadium and Lady Dorothea Dorchester, Dodo, has an invitation.
The whole fair is an attempt to build morale after a devastating World War and the planning and preparation have been in the works for years. So much is riding on its success.
The biggest soap maker in England has been offered the opportunity to host a beauty exhibit and after a nationwide search for the ten most beautiful girls in Britain, they build an extravagant ‘palace’ that will feature live models representing famous women of history, including one who will represent today’s modern woman. Dodo has succeeded in winning the bid to clothe Miss 1924 with fashions from the House of Dubois for whom she is a fashion ambassador.
But the fair has hardly begun when disaster strikes. One of the models is murdered. Can Dodo find the murderer before the bad PR closes the fair?
The wait is over. Ann Sutton's murder mystery is here! Thrilling and entertaining, once you start reading it you cannot put it down. Plan on losing a night's sleep to see who dunnit.
You are a brilliant writer with so many different characters, some intensely annoying, scenes, tragedies and of course murders in every book. I really don't know how you come up with all these brilliant ideas. I must admit it takes me most of my time trying to work out the guilty party. However, sometimes I just make a stab at it and then get it hopelessly wrong. Shows what a good author you are and how you keep me engrossed in each book.
It's about time we had a modern day Agatha Christie.
Ann Sutton I think I speak for many here when I say "I'm positive that Dame Agatha would love your books as much as I do"..... Excellent character building, I felt I knew and still know all of them. The storyline was brilliant and I never ever would have expected the shock ending.