Shadowy secrets lurk beneath the surface of an idyllic Norfolk Country House…
Norfolk, England, 1923. Cromer is a sleepy village on the English coast. But things are about to liven up there, when Maggie Darling returns home from a seventeen year stint in London to work for her uncle's new maid service business. No sooner has she arrived, when she gets mixed up in an agriculture strike, mistaken as a suffragette and loses a three legged kitten. But when a dead body shows up
it all becomes very complicated…
Enjoy the Mystery of Bagington Hall, the first book in an entertaining and fast-paced cozy historical mystery series set in 1920s
Medieval ruins, a magic show and murder in an idyllic English Village…
When a raucous troupe of elderly actors arrive in sleepy Cromer, Uncle Tristan connects with old friends, revives his magic act and joins the performance with Maggie as his assistant.
But the lavish production in the ruins of a medieval church comes to a full stop when a body shows up during rehearsals.
And it soon becomes clear there is a much larger danger facing Maggie Darling than failing to pull rabbits out of a hat.
A bag of gold coins, a judge's gavel, and murder in an idyllic seaside village…
There are wild celebrations when Uncle Tristan secures a loan to buy his business building, and it seems like everything is going to be tickety-boo.
But on the day the documents are to be signed events turn sinister, and Maggie Darling is drawn into a baffling mystery involving a judge's gavel, a bag of gold coins and a half-eaten bowl of Scottish oats.
As she digs for the truth, she soon discovers there are many more secrets to the seaside village of Cromer than meets the eye.