By Kate Kingsbury
While a German pilot escapes into the woods close to Manor condo, girl Elizabeth Hartleigh Compton insists that the pilot is not anything greater than a risk free, fearful younger boy. but if a neighborhood woman is located murdered the very day the pilot disappears, Elizabeth is within the thick of a murderous clutter, combing for clues and looking out for solutions.
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Elizabeth said brightly. ” The woman clutched the neck of her faded dressing gown. “Lady Elizabeth! ” She twisted her head to look back into the room. “I had no idea it was so late. ” She pulled the door open wider, and Elizabeth stepped past her into a large living room dominated by a low-beamed ceiling. “I do apologize,” Sheila Macclesby said, closing the door again. “I think I’m catching a cold or something. ” She glanced across the room to where a large mantel clock sat above a roomy fireplace.
I’m merely going down to the police station to find out the truth of the matter. If indeed there is a killer on the loose in our woods, I want to know about it. ” “Perhaps your major will run her home in his Jeep,” Violet said, giving her a sly look. ” Elizabeth pulled her cardigan from the back of the chair and slipped it on. “I’ll let you break the bad news to Polly. ” “Buy the meat. If the major can’t join me, it will keep overnight in the larder. ” “All right. But I’d hate to waste good meat.
The chair behind the deeply scarred desk was empty, but voices could be heard muttering behind the closed door of the back room. Whatever the conversation was about, it had to be meaningful, since no one, apparently, had heard the tinkling of the bell on the door. Elizabeth coughed loudly. The voices continued without a break. Growing impatient, she peeled off one of her gloves and rapped on the desk with her knuckles. The voices stopped abruptly, and a second or two later the door opened. C. George Dalrymple’s round, benevolent face appeared in the gap.
Death is in the Air: A Manor House Mystery - 2 by Kate Kingsbury