Hello! I’m Adam. Nice to meet you.
Author, experimenter, bass guitar abuser, dog teaser, gadget hoarder, lover of lists, 18 ’til I die, grumpy, product of the 80s, stuck in the 90s, always learning, sometimes leaning, and massive tweaker of tech.
Fueled by coffee and cheese. Fooled by mirrors.
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The vicar is dead, and Dan Paige is the prime suspect. Caught in the middle of a murder investigation in the village full of eccentrics, Dan just wants to get on with his two-week vacation on a tropical beach.
All was going well until his car broke down on the way to the airport. Lost in the village of Nether Bumble, he’s discovered behind the pub in the middle of the night, holding a crowbar with blood all over his hands.
The villagers quickly put two and two together when they discover the local vicar has been murdered.
As Dan tries to prove his innocence, he’s hindered by the vicar’s wife, her gardener, and a woman who won’t take no for an answer. Dan’s hopes of relaxing in the sun quickly fade away, but there might be a silver lining in the form of the pub landlord’s daughter.
Unless, of course…she’s actually the murderer.
Set in an English village and the surrounding countryside, this good-natured cozy mystery will delight with its entertaining cast of oddball characters.