In the rural English village of Heronsford, Eliza and Jay Armstrong live in the farmhouse Eliza was brought up in. Her now elderly mother lives in a small converted barn close by.
Surrounded by friends, the Armstrongs appear to have an idyllic life. But when two members of their social group die in suspicious circumstances, a cloud falls over the village.
Are the deaths linked? And were they really accidents?
One of the villagers believes they have the answers and is prepared to risk everything to get to the truth…
In the idyllic village of Heronsford, friends, family and neighbours regularly meet up for weekly socialising and the local pub…
There’s, Eliza and husband Jay and mum Annie, Actress Francesca, wealthy Bob and Stella, Kate and Hamish and Louise and Patrick.
One day Louise’ body is found in their pool and it’s thought possible suicide. Then Stella’s little dog is found dead in a pond….along with petty vandalism the villages takes a sinister turn and everyone is on edge…then another body is found …just who wants these women dead and why?
This is not a fast paced read, but a slow burn, with a sense of tension cleverly building right up to the heartbreaking end. A classic english whodunnit.
Thank you to Bloodhound Books for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour, for the promotional materials and a free copy of the ebook. This is my honest, unbiased review.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
One of the first British female singer-songwriters, Florrie’s songs have been recorded by many including Abba blonde Agnetha Faltskog, Manfred Mann, Mike Rutherford of Genesis, Elaine Paige and Sheena Easton. Her biggest hits were recorded by Sheena Easton who hit the number one spot in America for 6 weeks with 9-5 (Morning Train) resulting in a platinum record followed by a number 12 with When He Shines.
In 1994, Florrie wrote a comic novel based on her experiences in the music business called Never Final Till it’s Vinyl.
The Decoy is her first venture into crime fiction. She is currently writing her second. Having lived in various English counties as well as the so