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by Hazel Holt

eBook Mrs. Malory and Death By Water (Mrs. Malory Mystery) download ISBN: 0451208099
Author: Hazel Holt
Publisher: Signet; 1st edition (January 7, 2003)
Language: English
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Malory is given the unenviable task of sorting through her dear departed friend Leonora's voluminous estate. Death by polluted water seems an unfitting end for a former investigative journalist whose life was the stuff of novels.

Malory is given the unenviable task of sorting through her dear departed friend Leonora's voluminous estate. But as questions about the will arise and strangers come out of the past, Mrs. Malory begins to doubt that the cause of the pollution-or Mrs. Malory is given the unenviable task of sorting through her dear departed friend Leonora's voluminous estate. Death by polluted water seems an unfitting end for a former investigative journalist whose life was the.

Hazel Holt mysteries featuring Mrs. Sheila Malory. Also called Sheila Malory mysteries. Shelve Mrs. Malory and Death By Water.

PRAISE FOR HAZEL HOLT’S MRS. MALORY SERIES A soothing, gentle trea. .Mrs. Malory and No Cure for Death. A Sheila Malory Mystery.The literate, enjoyable Mrs. Sheila Malory is back. The Atlanta Delightful. Malory and a Death in the Family. Malory and a Time to Die. Malory and Any Man’s Death. And. A necessary end.

Malory and Death By Water (Mrs. Malory Mystery) Mass Market Paperback. Hazel Holt's 'Mrs Malory' books have never been detective stories in the classic mould. Malory: Death among Friends (Mrs. That is to say, there has always been a tendency to concentrate on the characters, with the crime element growing out of the interactions of those characters. Nevertheless, the books, numbering ten (up till now) have usually offered a satisfactory read and a reasonable degree of obscurity as to "who dunnit".

Hazel Holt is the author of seven previous Mrs. Malory novels. She was a personal friend and literary advisor to Barbara Pym, and the author of Pym?s official biography. A former television critic and feature writer, she lives in Somerset, England.

MALORY MYSTERY Series: Main Character: Sheila Malory, Literary Critic, England. Malory and the Delay of Execution ’02. Malory and Death by Water ’03 (aka Leonora). Death in Practice ’03 (aka Mrs. Malory and Death in Practice). The Silent Killer ’14 (aka Mrs. Malory and the Silent Killer). No Cure for Death ’05 (aka Mrs. Malory and No Cure for Death). Death in the Family ’06 (aka Mrs. Malory and a Death in the Family). Malory and a Time to Die ’08. Malory and Any Man’s Death ’09. Malory and a Necessary End ’12. Malory and Death is a Word ’14 (aka Death is a Word). No More Mrs. Malory Mysteries).

Book 4 in the Mrs. Malory Mystery series. works a traditional mode to good effect. Thriller & Crime. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. People Who Read Mrs. Malory and Any Man’s Death Also Read. Inspired by Your Browsing History. A former television critic and feature writer, she lives in Somerset. ore about Hazel Holt. Hazel Holt is the author of seven previous Mrs.

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Mrs. Malory returns to investigate a rich widow's disappearance after her daughter pressures her mother to sign over a large inheritance. There are many surprises as the dauntless sleuth delves beneath the peaceful surface of village life. Book 3 of Holt's Mrs. Malory mysteries. The 1st book in the delightful British cozy mystery series featuring Sheila Malory, a plain-spoken widow residing in the seaside town of Taviscombe, England.

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When Sheila Malory gets roped into Annie's latest project, a compilation of the village's history, she has a feeling it will lead to trouble. But the project is cut short when Annie is found dead from a nasty case of mushroom poisoning-and Mrs. Malory seems to be the only one who finds the death suspicious. Because of her nosy nature, Annie had discovered some dark secrets about her fellow villagers. Secrets someone might kill to keep quiet. Books related to Mrs.

While sorting through the library of her friend Leonora, a legendary journalist, British writer and occasional sleuth Sheila Malory stumbles upon some information regarding a new land development project that Leonara was against, leading Sheila to believe that her best friend was murdered. Original.
Comments: (7)
Androwyn
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Zan
Thank you - I can't wait to read it.
Priotian
Mrs. Malory continues to please! I enjoy reading of English things and their way of life. I enjoy the simplicity of the books.
Froststalker
Leonora Stavely was one of the first female journalist who became known by taking daring chances in all the hot spots of the world. Now, nearing eighty she has retired to a small cottage living the life of an eccentric recluse. She doesn't see very many people and is more than happy living with her animals for companionship. One of the few people who she stays in touch with her is Sheila Mallory who she has known since she was a child.
When Lenora dies, E. Coli is found in her bloodstream and the Environmental Agency said that there was something that got into the water supply. When Sheila looks closely at the stream that is allegedly the source of the contamination she sees no dead animals or vegetation. Knowing that her friend was getting ready to write her memoirs, Sheila strongly believes her friend was murdered. She just has to find a way to find out who and then try to prove it, no easy task since Leonora had plenty of enemies who would have benefited from her death.
Fans of British cozies will definitely want to read Mrs. Mallory AND DEATH BY WATER. The latest installment in this long running series is full of surprising twists and shocking turns. In trying to solve the who-done-it, Sheila gives the reader some fascinating insights into village life in England. Hazel Holt always has a fascinating story to tell and she does it very well.
Harriet Klausner
Jonariara
Sheila Malory has her suspicions when her old friend Leonora dies suddenly from drinking contaminated water. Leonora's death benefits too many people at just the right time. Even Sheila benefits, if you can call it that, when she inherits all of Leonora's books and papers. Who has time for that when she has her own "big event" to prepare for? But Leonora's death seems too convenient and Sheila Malory can't help but investigate.
Sheila Malory's adventures are always fun to read. Death by Water has a few flaws--clues turn up when conveniently needed and the ending didn't satisfy me--but you can't help but like Mrs. Malory.
Also recommended--Dorothy Martin series by Jeanne Dams and the Aunt Dimity series by Nancy Atherton.
Gtonydne
The further I go into this series, the more enjoyable these books are.

I hope Hazel Holt has many more stories in the works.

Sheila Malory is a great character. And her village is fascinating as well.

Highly recommended.
fightnight
Once again, Holt does not let us down. She could write a book with no mystery at all, and still keep us interested!