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Candle for a Corpse, Mitchell and Markby Village, Book 8

Written by: Ann Granger
Narrated by: Judith Boyd
Length: 10 hrs and 41 mins

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Meredith and Markby are almost ready to leave on a long planned canal barge trip, but Meredith is having reservations. Then the 12-year-old corpse of a missing teenage girl is dug up in the local graveyard. The vacation is off (to Meredith's relief), but the investigation is on.
© Ann Granger; (P) W F Howes Ltd

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  • John
  • 04-09-18

Another Tour de Force ..!!.. What Will I Do When This Series Is Completed..!!

Another satisfying read by The talents of writer and narrator.. Ann and Judith are a superb duo.

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  • Kirstine
  • 18-05-08

Plausible and engaging story

This is one of Anne Granger's more plausible stories, at least some of it, and one of her better books. The story was well-constructed and the characters easy to remember, which is important in an audio book. Meredith Mitchell, Inspector Markby's companion, plays a bigger part in the detection of the crimes in this book than in some others. It's a long recording, but it never flags and is excellently read by Judith Boyd.

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  • Ms. Margaret Mckee
  • 11-04-19

brilliant

great story, amazing plot, brilliant writing, wonderful characters, beautifully performed, one of Ann Granger's best

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  • Hawthorn🦋Cottage
  • 06-07-18

A mystery with a twist.

The people are brought to life, all individual yet meshed together. Beautifully narrated.
Especially liked the part with Reverend Applegate and the church council with the candle burning. smile.
to have 2 murders and a mystery with a twist of a third murder at the end was good.
recommend put your feet up with a cuppa and enjoy this book.