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Strictly Murder

Author: Wassmer, Julie
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Pub Date: 10/06/2021
Publisher: ROBINSON
ISBN: 9781472134448
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Quick overview The Whistable Pearl Mysteries are an irresistible combination of seafood, murder, and a multi-tasking heroine on the coast of Kent
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Discover the Whitstable Pearl mysteries: a combination of seafood, murder, and a multi-tasking heroine on the coast of Kent . . . Soon to be a television series!

It really is murder on the dance floor...

A new dance school opens in Whitstable run by celebrity tango champions - Tony and Tanya Ballard.

Pearl Nolan knows herself to be an ace cook and a sharp private eye but has always left the dancing to her mother, Dolly, a former member of the town's infamous Fish Slappers dance troupe. But Pearl becomes intrigued by the Ballards when they visit The Whitstable Pearl restaurant, and she realises that dance classes could provide the perfect cover for her clandestine relationship with DCI Mike McGuire...

McGuire is the only man Pearl has ever considered partnering - and not just for tango - but the pair soon find themselves with more than steps to master when death joins them on the dance floor and a brutal killer stalks the school.

Praise for Julie Wassmer's Whitstable Pearl mysteries:

'A tried-and-tested crime recipe with Whitstable flavours that makes for a Michelin-starred read' Daily Mail

'My new favourite author in the genre' George Galloway

'Thoroughly enjoyable with a host of wonderful characters- I adore Dolly! - and evocative descriptions of Whitstable. Perfect for foodies too. Pearl is great and the ongoing will they/won't they love story with McGuire is compelling. Comforting, cosy and entertaining with excellent Agatha Christie-style reveals. I love these books!nt>' Jane Wenham-Jones, author of Mum in the Middle

'While Oxford had Morse, Whitstable, famous for its oysters, has Pearl' Daily Mail

'Come to Whitstable without actually coming to Whitstable. A good read!' Anthony Jemmett

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