By Lesley Cookman
Kent village sleuth Libby Sarjeant and her psychic investigator good friend Fran fort befriend Bella Morleigh, who has inherited a derelict theatre. while an unknown physique is stumbled on contained in the theatre, they believe accountability guaranteed to support with the investigation.
Although Libby is very distracted through the arrangements for her associates' Civil Partnership rite, she's getting the cling of utilizing a working laptop or computer to dig for info. besides the fact that, whilst a moment physique is located it's one in all Fran's psychic moments that makes the relationship among the deaths; a reference to startling effects.
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Then you can help,’ Bella said slowly. ’ ‘But Aunt Maria left me the cottage, too. She and Dorinda – her mother – lived there almost all their lives. ’ Libby looked at Fran. ‘A good start, Fran,’ she said. ’ ‘Oh, yes,’ said Bella, ‘and somewhere there’s a collection of memorabilia and costumes. Maria told me in the letter she left. ’ ‘Fantastic,’ said Libby. ’ ‘I’m moving into the cottage tomorrow morning. Mr Grimshaw says the electricity will be on then. ’ ‘So where are you staying tonight?
But she thought about it all morning while she got dressed, cleared up the kitchen and tried to tidy away all the evidence of two days away from home. She talked to herself as she wiped round the washbasin, collected damp towels and fished socks out of the wastebin and collected magazines and papers in the sitting room. After raiding the fridge at lunchtime and coming up with nothing but a lettuce and some cold potatoes, she decided to go early to the supermarket. The inside of her ancient Fiat was like a fridge until the dodgy heating system turned it into a blast furnace bringing her out in an uncomfortable film of perspiration which the open window did nothing to combat.
Good job I bought a tin of cat food,’ said Bella. ‘I must see about a cat flap. ’ ‘You’re not going to live down here permanently, then,’ said Libby from the front room. ‘No, well, I can’t really, with the children still at school and everything,’ said Bella. ’ asked Fran. Bella didn’t answer straight away, and Libby and Fran exchanged looks. ‘He wants me to sell them both,’ said Bella eventually. ’ said Libby. ‘Not this one,’ said Bella, with a little laugh. ’ asked Fran. 59 ‘No,’ said Bella.