Review of In Cases of Murder (Bunch Courtney Investigates, Book 4) by Jan Edwards

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“Something of a tour de force…”

This is the fourth book in the Bunch Courtney Investigates series. Bunch, whose name is a version of the childhood nickname Rosebunch (her true name is Rose) is now in a changed situation following the end of Book 3, Listed Dead.

Still living at the Dower House, with the family home Perringham Hall having been commandeered by a secretive part of the military, Bunch is in charge of a group of young women from the Land Army. Her father is busy in London, advising Winston Churchill, her mother is in a nursing home, and Bunch is running the family estates, under the watchful eye of her grandmother, Beatrice. She also has a semi-official position as a Police Consultant to the local CID, led by the tantalising Chief Inspector Wright.

So when the body of Laura Jarman, daughter of dubious industrialist Charles Jarman, turns…

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