Murder by Suicide by Veronica Heley
(Ellie Quicke Mystery Series #2)

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The second in a series of Ellie Quicke Mysteries, Ellie is shocked to hear allegations that the vicar is having an affair with Nora, the church organist. When Nora commits suicide, Ellie begins to decipher clues and strange confrontations, but then realizes that her own life is in danger.
 

About Veronica Heley

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Veronica Heley is the author of Murder at the Altar and many other books. She has published with Corgi and Frances Lincoln, amongst others.
 
Published December 13, 2010 by Ostara Publishing. 206 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History, Romance, Crime. Fiction

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Cozy fans who enjoyed Ellie Quicke's debut, Murder at the Altar (2000), will welcome the appealing middle-aged sleuth's second, even stronger outing from

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In Heley's irresistible 12th Ellie Quick cozy (after 2010's Murder by Mistake), a former neighbor of Ellie's in suburban London, Flavia Pryce, appears to have dropped off the map on her way to a retirement home several months earlier.

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In Heley’s engaging 13th Ellie Quicke whodunit (after 2011’s Murder My Neighbour), widowed Ellie must deal with a ragtag bunch of guests under her London roof.

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Middle-aged widow Ellie Quicke is shocked to learn of the death of her Aunt Drusilla, evidently electrocuted by faulty wiring, in Veronica Heley's Murder by Accident, the fourth in this engaging cozy series (Murder of Innocence, etc.).

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Returning to adult crime after many years, Heley introduces lovable widow Ellie Quicke in the first of what one can only hope will be a long series.

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Cozy fans who enjoyed Ellie Quicke's debut, Murder at the Altar (2000), will welcome the appealing middle-aged sleuth's second, even stronger outing from British author Heley.

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