Duncan, Elizabeth J

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Remembering the Dead

With a mystery involving a poet’s chair and Irish Travelers, the award-winning author of Murder on the Hour focuses on the culture of Wales in her latest cozy. The charming characters will appeal to Jane K. Cleland’s readers.
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Much Ado About Murder: A Shakespeare in the Catskills Mystery

Duncan's third thespian cozy, following Ill Met by Murder, vividly captures the cutthroat world of the theater. Her likable sleuth is a mature, self-confident woman who will appeal to readers of the author's "Penny Brannigan" books.
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Slated for Death: A Penny Brannigan Mystery

The charming, unusual setting and quirky cast of characters make Duncan's sixth (after 2013's Never Laugh as a Hearse Goes By) book in the series an entertaining read that's only enhanced by the many tutorials on slate mining and Welsh history.
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Never Laugh as a Hearse Goes By: A Penny Brannigan Mystery

This fifth entry in a winning series (after A Small Hill To Die On) is a pleasing update of the "body in the library" standard. In the time-honored tradition of village cozies, Duncan provides structure, subtle clues, rampant gossip, and a satisfying conclusion.
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A Small Hill To Die On: A Penny Brannigan Mystery

The bucolic Welsh countryside is marred by the discovery of a dead pregnant teen on a hill...
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A Killer's Christmas in Wales

In her third Welsh village outing, the Canadian ex-pat and new spa owner (A Brush with Death) is asked to don her amateur sleuthing cap when the rogue who swindled her neighbor is murdered...
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A Brush with Death

Duncan writes so well about the lives of people in a small village in Wales that the reader becomes immersed in their daily trials and tribulations. The follow-up to the award-winning The Cold Light of Mourning is sure to appeal to fans of M.C. Beaton and Agatha Christie.

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