And Then There Were None – a difficult technique which was a challenge and so I enjoyed it, and I think dealt with it satisfactorily.

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - a general favourite.

A Murder is Announced – I thought all the characters interesting to write about and felt I knew them quite well by the time the book was finished.

Murder on the Orient Express – again because it was a new idea for a plot.

The Thirteen Problems – a good series of stories.

Towards Zero – I found it interesting to work on the idea of people from different places coming towards a murder, instead of starting with the murder and working from that.

Endless Night – my own favourite at present.

Crooked House – I found a study of a certain family interesting to explore.

Ordeal By Innocence - an idea I had had for some time before starting to work upon it.

The Moving Finger – which I have re-read lately and enjoyed reading it again, very much."



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HEADLINE...Local Man Charged With Murder!


Pet store owner Morgan Langdon is a blessed young woman. She has a husband who adores her, parents who dote over her, and a dog that hangs on her every word. Life is close to perfect until her dad is charged with bludgeoning his contractor with a three-iron golf club. And even worse, his fingerprints are on the murder weapon. Morgan’s part-time freelance venture as an investigative reporter for her local newspaper kicks into high gear. She’ll wave her press pass at every opportunity if it means she can exonerate her father. No one will deter her from finding the truth... not a smarmy construction worker, not a wealthy haughty dowager, not even the mafia themselves. She will need all of her sleuthing skills and determination to beat the proverbial ticking clock...Morgan prays time won’t run out.

Murder with a View (A Paws For Love Mystery)  -- Barnes & Noble

  • Paperback: 244 pages

  • Publisher:, Inc. (April 22, 2009)

  • Language: English

  • ISBN-10: 160145791X

  • ISBN-13: 978-1601457912

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