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The Hanging in the Hotel

Narrated by: Simon Brett
Series: Fethering Village Mysteries, Book 5
Length: 8 hrs and 26 mins
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The Hopwicke Country House Hotel, owned by Jude's glamorous friend Suzy Longthorne, is to host an event for the all-male society the Pillars of Sussex. On the night, Jude helps Suzy serve dinner, and in the early hours of the morning they watch with relief as the guests drag themselves to their beds.

The next morning, one young solicitor does not come down for breakfast. Jude heads for Nigel Ackford's room, presuming he is feeling the effects of the night before. It soon becomes apparent, however, that Nigel has been spared his hangover, for Jude finds him hanging from the beams of his four-poster bed. And she is convinced that this is not suicide.... 

©2004 Simon Brett (P)2019 Isis Publishing Ltd

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  • ROB DANIELS
  • 10-30-19

Another good romp

Very good.. Crime with humour. As usual it was read excellently by the Author .

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  • Ms Marple
  • 07-18-19

Enjoyable

Another enjoyable story featuring the adventures of Carole & Jude. A mystery interspersed with a little humour; was it really suicide or did somebody commit murder in the hotel?