Berebury golf course in the county of Calleshire is an unlikely place for a murder. Set in pleasant landscape and boasting a splendid view of the town of Berebury, the golf course is more situated to fun and games than murder and mayhem. So when flirtatious golfing beginner Helen Ewell goes in search of a wayward golf ball in the dreaded "Hell's Bells" bunker she is not prepared for the horrible surprise that lies buried beneath the soft sand.
This collection of mysteries contains the following short stories: "A Change of Heart", "Due Diligence", "Time Gentleman Please", "Cold Comfort Far", "Chapter and Hearse", "The Widow's Might", "Handsel Monday", "Preyed in Aid", "A DIfferent Cast of Mind", "Examination Results", "Child's Play", "Like to Die", "Dead Letters", "Gold, Frankincense, and Murder", and more.
Things had gone wrong from the very beginning at the Almstone Flower Show, including a missing fortune teller. But events take a decidedly macabre turn when the fortune teller is found and Detective Inspector Sloan and Detective Constable Crosby arrive to investigate a murder for which there seems no means, no motive, and no opportunity.
"it takes a village"