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Lady Rample Spies a Clue

Lady Rample Mysteries, Book 2
Narrated by: Mandy Gasson
Length: 4 hrs and 8 mins
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A house party in Devon, England takes a turn for the murderous.

Lady Rample and her eccentric Aunt Butty escape the broiling heat of a London summer for the cooler climes of the English countryside. But the idyllic holiday is not all cocktails and lawn croquet. And when a man is found dead in their host’s study, she knows there’s more going on than a simple break-in.

With spies lurking in the bushes, her maid locked up in the local jail, and danger at every turn, Lady Rample is not one to give up - or give in - when there’s a mystery afoot. Armed with cocktails, lipstick, and plenty of sex appeal, she’s going to catch the spies, solve the murder, and set things right. Unless the killer gets to her first.

From the author of Lady Rample Steps Out comes the delightful second installment of the Lady Rample Mysteries set in 1930s jazz-era London.
 

©2018 Shéa MacLeod (P)2019 Shéa MacLeod

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I do like the Lady Rample stories and thoroughly enjoyed this one as we get to know the characters we met in the 1st book even better. My only complaint or critique is Ms. Gasson's American accent is absolutely horrendous.... I cringed every time one of the American characters was speaking. I'm so sorry because I'm sure giving all these characters different voices is difficult, but the American English was awful..