Tied Up with Strings (A Serebral Seniors Mystery) by Madeline McEwen

 

 

Tied Up with Strings (A Serebral Seniors Mystery)
by Madeline McEwen

A heartwarming British cosy by a British ex-pat in America, TIED UP WITH STRING recalls adorable Village Mysteries with amateur–usually female senior citizens–sleuths.
~Mallory Heart’s Cozies

The story unfolds layer by layer. We meet interesting characters and get a bit of a comparison between American and British mannerisms.
~Laura’s Interests

While only 85 pages in length, the book wraps up a murder and introduces some intriguing characters that will leave you very satisfied at the end.
~Storeybook Reviews

The mysteries themselves were very interesting. It really reminded me of an old-time British cozy.
~Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book

There are several mysteries in this novella and the author manages to pack quite a lot of storyline into so few pages . . . an enjoyable and quick read that neatly tied up all the loose ends!
~CAROLE’S BOOK CORNER

Tied Up with Strings by Madeline McEwen is a story that had me turning pages quickly because I wasn’t quite sure how the story would play out.
~Brooke Blogs

About the Book

Tied Up with Strings (A Serebral Seniors Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
1st in Series
Imajin Qwickies, An imprint of Imajin Books (December 11, 2017)
Print Length: 85 pages
ASIN: B077PLNWY9

An Imajin Qwickies® Mystery/Crime Novella

Big mysteries often come in small packages…

When curmudgeonly private detective Betty Grape visits a young friend, who is housesitting in a remote village in England for Christmas vacation, something seems out of place. Her friend, Catia, is visibly nervous. Is she worried about the young men in the decrepit caravan in next door’s back garden? Or is Catia involved in the disappearance of the homeowner’s invalid wife?

As an American, Betty discovers the locals are full of friendly gossip but taciturn about solid facts. Though they are determined to keep Betty from butting in on their territory, she blunders through the social morass of narrow-minded foreigners and their broad Dorset accents. Can she unravel the tight knots of this mystery? Will she find the perpetrator under thickly thatched rooves or behind floral chintz curtains?

About the Author

                        Madeline McEwen is an ex-pat from the UK, bi-focaled and technically challenged. She and her Significant Other manage their four offspring, one major and three minors, two autistic, two neurotypical, plus a time-share with Alzheimer’s. In her free time, she walks the canines and chases the felines with her nose in a book and her fingers on a keyboard.

 

Author Links

Website  http://www.madelinemcewen.c

Amazon   http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00Q41VUFI

Pinterest  https://www.pinterest.com/macmaddy/pins/

Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/MadMcEwen

Facebook http://www.facebook.com/madeline.mcewenasker

GoodReads https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/9886841.Madeline_McEwen

Blog http://whittereronautism.com/

 

Purchase Link

http://getbook.at/TiedUpwStrings

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