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When a young boy finds a body in a neighbouring village, once again Alex Duggins is drawn into a case of cold-blooded murder.
When a body is discovered in the neighbouring village of Underhill, Alex Duggins, owner of Folly-on-Weir’s premier pub, The Black Dog, is determined not to get involved – for once. But when she learns that the person who found the body was young Kyle Gammage, who helps out at her friend Tony’s veterinary clinic, she and Tony are reluctantly drawn into the murder investigation.
In her desire to protect Kyle and his elder brother Scoot, Alex finds herself withholding vital information from the police. It’s a misjudgment that will have far-reaching—and possibly fatal—consequences. Her relationship with Tony under strain, has Alex’s silence put her and those she loves in danger?
|Title||:||Lies That Bind (Alex Duggins Mystery #4)|
|Number of Pages||:||240 pages|
March 05, 2017
Book 4 in a series, this does very well as a stand-alone. There are a few sentences here and there that refer to something that happened in an earlier book, book no actual spoilers. As always, I recommend starting at the beginning of any series.
Once again Alex Duggins finds herself involved in a...
May 08, 2017
This is fourth of this series and the second book by this author I have read. The first book was a great read and this book was the same. The characters are well developed and have become friends. I was able to follow the story. The descriptions were outstanding and room me to Folly-Wait and surr...
July 08, 2017
WT*....What kind of ending is that? He jumps? Who's on the stairs, Do they catch Ellis? Do the kids stay with Doc? Does Sid go to jail? Do they catch they guy who killed the kid? I can't remember the name. I hate cliffhangers. None of the other books in the series is a cliffhanger. Or did my hard...
May 19, 2017
You can count on Stella Cameron for a British village mystery that isn’t formulaic. Her mysteries are well composed and immensely satisfying. They are cozies, but they are not designed for humor. If you like Midsommer Murders or Rosemary & Thyme, you will definitely enjoy Cameron’s novels....
May 07, 2017
I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley.
Kyle Gammage - a teenage boy - finds the murdered body of a young woman in the woods. Kyle works part time for Tony the vet and his brother Scooter works for Alex Duggins at the Black Dog. As a result of trying to protect the two young boys Alex...
July 15, 2017
I guessed the villain this time. Pretty clear about that, but I dislike the author ending the book without actually any follow-up on the primary story, much less other things that crop op meanwhile. She's done this two or three times now, so it seems to be a pattern for this series.
May 29, 2017
This is the fourth book in the Alex Duggins series and I find that they just keep getting better. Alex and Tony wind up being ad hoc guardians of two boys who get embroiled in murder. As the mystery unfolds you learn more about Alex through her interaction with the boys as well as her mother Lily...
May 28, 2017
A body of a female is found in the village of Underhill. Discovered my a young man called Kyle Gammage who works for the local vet. Alex Duggins, is the owner of the neighbouring village Folly-on-Weir’s pub, and decides that this time she will not get involved but she is drawn into the case.
August 06, 2017
Here's an example of the many confusing sentences. Page 146 "Harriet had already served tea and biscuits they were still too full from breakfast to eat". I'm sorry but this book is full of sentences similar to this and who the hell knows what's going on...
May 03, 2017
Well Stella did it again. Her writing pulls you in to the story and place, like you are right there. Of course with this series, Alex and Tony are right in the middle of it all. Twists and turns and a village of people who always are getting in the way. Great book.