Aunt Dimity and the Next of Kin by Nancy Atherton

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About Nancy Atherton

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NANCY ATHERTON is the bestselling author of seventeen other Aunt Dimity mysteries. The first book in the series, Aunt Dimity's Death, was voted One of the Century's 100 Favorite Mysteries by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association. She lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
 
Published February 7, 2006 by Penguin Books. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Having inherited an English cottage from her mother's good friend, Dimity, American Lori Atherton (last seen in Aunt Dimity Digs In) is now settled into the village of Finch with her husband, Bill, their twin sons and her father-in-law.

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Courtly lawyer William Willis and his attentive son Bill inform Lori that Dimity left instructions that she and Bill go to her Cotswolds cottage to prepare a collection of ``Aunt Dimity'' stories for publication.

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So, with the aid of the Pym sisters' gingerbread cookies (a recipe for which is provided at book's end) and the sage advice of phantom counselor Aunt Dimity, who appears to Lori supernaturally on the blank pages of a journal, Lori and the vicar's nephew, Nicholas, begin a quest to unearth the tru...

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Lori plans a second honeymoon for herself and her overworked husband, lawyer Bill Willis, in the idyllic English cottage Lori inherited from Dimity (Aunt Dimity's Death, 1992).

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At the Hall, Emma is greeted by Grayson as the savior of his ruined chapel garden, waiting to be restored in time for the village ``Fete'' that occurs once every 100 years to celebrate a legendary local supernatural event.

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Atherton delivers another cheerful cuppa cozy, her 11th to feature U.S. ex-pat Lori Shepherd (after 2005's Aunt Dimity and the Next of Kin), who lives with her attorney husband, Bill Willis, and their cricket-playing twin sons, Will and Rob, in the Cotswolds.

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At the start of Atherton’s absorbing 17th mystery featuring paranormal detective Lori Shepherd (after 2011’s Aunt Dimity and the Family Tree), Amelia Thistle, believed to be “a mild-mannered, middle-aged widow of independent means,” moves into a cottage in the Cotswolds village of Finch.

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In Nancy Atherton's Aunt Dimity and the Next of Kin, the 10th entry in her warm British cozy series featuring U.S. ex-pat Lori Shepard and her ghostly aunt (after 2004's Aunt Dimity: Snowbound), Lori's fondness for Elizabeth Beacham, a retired legal secretary whom she meets while volunteering at ...

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Miss Beacham had instructed her lawyer to mail Lori the letter telling her that Lori can have anything in her apartment but she especially wanted Lori to have a certain desk.

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