The Masters Ball by Anne-Marie Lacy

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The Masters Ball introduces reluctant amateur sleuth Annabelle Farley, who sets out to solve the murder of her friend, Edmund Evans, a Master of Foxhounds who is killed the night of the glamorous Masters Ball in New York City. From there the action moves to the picturesque foxhunting country of middle Tennessee, where more murder and mayhem ensue. Annabelle, who is more accustomed to riding horses and mixing cocktails than catching killers, is joined by a cast of unconventional characters, including the ghost of the departed himself. The book is complemented perfectly by the vivid dustcover, created by artist Poppy Hall. Join our heroine in the boozy, affluent world of English-style foxhunting as you read this charming, madcap murder mystery.

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Published January 6, 2012 by Indigo-Inc. Publishing. 160 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife, Horror. Fiction

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At her first Hunt Ball of the Masters of Foxhounds Association, Annabelle becomes distracted when her crush, Edmund Evans, is tardy for his keynote address.

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