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The Country Inn Mystery

Jenny Starling, Book 7
Written by: Faith Martin
Narrated by: Charlotte Worthing
Series: Jenny Starling
Length: 6 hrs and 57 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Discover a new series of whodunits by million-selling author Faith Martin. These charming mysteries will have you scratching your head to work out who the murderer is.  

Meet Jenny Starling: travelling cook and reluctant amateur detective.  

Jenny Starling is working at The Spindlewood Inn for the weekend. It’s hosting a Regency Extravaganza, involving historical costume, amateur dramatics and food.  

Leading actress of the amateur dramatic society and reputed man-eater Rachel Norman portrays a doomed noblewoman. But when she turns up actually drowned in the pond, there’s suddenly a murder to investigate. There’s been plenty of trouble at the idyllic country inn. The performers weren’t a happy troupe, and Jenny discovers a simmering romantic tension.  

Who wanted Rachel dead and why? Jenny Starling is going to need all her wits to crack this complex case.  

This is the seventh in a series of enjoyable murder mysteries with a great cast of characters and baffling crimes which will keep you in suspense to the very end.  

Perfect for fans of classic whodunits by authors like Agatha Christie, LJ Ross, TE Kinsey and J. R. Ellis.

©2019 Faith Martin (P)2019 Audible, Ltd

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  • 28-01-20

great and gripping

it was gripping, well read, nice to follow the story. many twists and turns. very good

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  • maugan todd
  • 04-05-20

Faith martin stories

Although I like these stories I must admit the narration is diabolical
Charlotte Worthing’s accent comes across as a well educated young lady. It’s a shame she never learned to speak her own language correctly. Her mispronunciations grate on the ear and spoil the story
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  • terri Spelling
  • 10-02-20

A Brilliant story

I thought the story was brilliant and the person who read this had a lively clear voice