Tag Archives: English Gardens

Just around a corner…a whisper waits…

. “[Wandlebury] was a very small town, of course – a sleepy, sunshiny place that looked as if the rush and hurry of the modern world had overlooked its existence.  Barbara found herself in a big square, paved with cobbles.  … Continue reading

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An American Review of an “English Cosy,” a.k.a — A Delightful Read!

Veronica Heley’s Ellie Quicke novels:  From book one (Murder at the Altar) to the recent release (Murder My Neighbor)… this gentle crime series sparkles with wit and humor…   For me, “English cosy” speaks of… …so many British writers who … Continue reading

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