Do you love classic whodunits filled with twists and turns that keep you guessing till the final page? Then meet Monica Noble: the vicar’s wife with a taste for solving crimes. From #1 bestselling author Faith Martin you get three bestselling books in this box set. Perfect for fans of Agatha Christie, LJ Ross, TE Kinsey, and J.R. Ellis..
THE COMPLETE MONICA NOBLE MURDER MYSTERIES (Cozy crime and suspense mystery box sets)
by FAITH MARTIN
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BOOK 1: THE VICARAGE MURDER
No one throws a party like Monica Noble. On the guestlist for her latest soiree: a celebrity chef, an Oxford don, and a bitter divorcee. But as the drinks are flowing, a shotgun rings out. One of the guests is found dead. Can Monica solve the mystery before anyone else pays the ultimate price?
BOOK 3: THE FLOWER SHOW MURDER
Monica can’t tell a begonia from an azalea. Even so, she’s thrilled to judge the village flower show — until her fellow judge decides to smell the roses and drops dead. Everyone assumes he had a heart attack, but Monica knows they’re wrong. Can she catch up to the killer before he strikes again?
BOOK 3: THE MANOR HOUSE MURDER
Monica and her husband attend a conference at a swanky manor house hotel. But at the dinner table, the unthinkable happens. A guest drops dead. Who killed her? Suspicion falls on Monica’s husband. She knows he’s innocent, but the true killer is watching her every move. Can she unmask him in time to save her husband?
Don’t miss out on this series of unputdownable mysteries! YOU GET ALL THREE OF THE ABOVE BOOKS IN THIS EDITION.
MONICA NOBLE was widowed young, leaving her to raise her feisty daughter on her own. That is, until she met and fell in love with Graham Noble, a country vicar (pastor), who enticed her to leave her high-flying job in advertising in the city and move to the Cotswold countryside. There she found bucolic life very pleasant indeed — until murder started to rear its ugly head. And she discovered, to everyone’s surprise, that she had a flair for solving the most unholy of crimes.
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