Foul Play at Four



New In The Series That S A Must For British Cozy Fans Booklist Lois Meade Has Worked Through All The Days Of The Week, Turning Up Clues And Scrubbing Up Messes And Murderers In The Village Of Long Farnden But Sleuthing Is Rarely A Spotless EndeavorA Series Of Robberies Have Begun To Plague Long Farnden, And Lois S Own Daughter, Josie, Is Shaken When A Thief Makes Off With A Hundred Pounds From The Till In Her Grocery Shop But Before Her Policeman Fianc Can Crack The Case, Someone Cracks Lois S Husband On The Head When He Interrupts A Burglary In Progress Now Lois And The Besotted Inspector Cowgill Must Determine Who S Cleaning Out Long Farnden, And Clean Up After An Increasingly Violent Crime SpreeFoul Play at Four

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • Foul Play at Four
  • Ann Purser
  • English
  • 01 January 2017
  • 0425243591

10 thoughts on “Foul Play at Four

  1. says:

    This series is so good, but I think it s very interesting that most of the bad guys usually kidnap their victims and stop short of killing them Happily, it seems as though Ms Purser has never seen our Law and Order or Criminal Minds I m thankful I love that these books focus on solving the crime and not on all things grizzly and gore Not that I don t love a good murder mystery, but I like how Ms Purser brings in some heart to her characters friends and foes Foul Play at Four engages the This series is so good, but I think it s very interesting that most of the bad guys usually kidnap their victims and stop short of killing them Happily, it seems as though Ms Purser has never seen our Law and Order or Criminal Minds I m thankful I love that these books focus on solving the crime and not on all things grizzly and gore Not that I don...

  2. says:

    There is no mystery here this isa cat and mouse type book As is often the case with mystery series that reach a certain age, the attraction to the Lois Meade books at this point is a visit with old friends in a familiar, charming location, n...

  3. says:

    Good story Bad editing I found a couple of inconsistencies and a few grammatical and spelling errors, ex., desert instead of dessert Things of this sort really bother me.

  4. says:

    Admittedly I jumped in on this series in book 4, not the beginning, so that may have some bearing on my three star review This book was good, nothing very spectacular about it It wasn t really a mystery, there wasn t much to figure out I...

  5. says:

    I enjoyed this book in the series I found the book to be just the meandering kind of read I was in the mood for and not a straightforward cozy at all.

  6. says:

    This series just keeps getting better

  7. says:

    I agree with what previous reviewer, Donna, had to say There really was no mystery here, as we know from the beginning we are after erstwhile thieves, Gerald and Clive Mowlem She was correct in her assessment that after this many installments in a series, it does become like a visit with old friends.I love the British village cozy, and this one does not disappoint in that regard The last several books, however, have left me with a growing inclination towards theminor players in the stor I agree with what previous reviewer, Donna, had to say There really was no mystery here, as we know from the beginning we are after erstwhile thieves, Gerald and Clive Mowlem She was correct in her assessment that after this many installments in a series, it does become like a visit with old friends.I love the British village cozy, and this one does not disappoint in that regard The last several books, however, have left me with a growing inclination towards theminor players in the stories rather than Lois Meade, the main character herself Lois is continually described as quite attractive though middle aged , adroitly capable of handling her business and family, but she is becoming increasingly grumpy and snappish towards the family, her ...

  8. says:

    I ve always enjoyed Ann Purser s working class heroine, Lois Meade In the early books, Lois started out as a cleaning lady living in a working class home As the books evolved, her loving husband has won the lottery which enables them to buy a lovely old home and set up a cleaning business names New Brooms Now Lois has several local women working for her They also set up their daughter, Josie, as the storekeeper in their small town Josie is engaged to a local policeman whose uncle, Inspect I ve always enjoyed Ann Purser s working class heroine, Lois Meade In the early books, Lois started out as a cleaning lady living in a working class home As the books evolved, her loving husband has won the lottery which enables them to buy a lovely old home and set up a cleaning business names New Brooms Now Lois has several local women working for her They also set up their daughter, Josie, as the storekeeper in their small town Josie is engaged to a local policeman whose uncle, Inspector Cowgill, happens to be in love with Lois although at a distance Lois has a talent for ferretin out the truth, and Cowgill recognizes her talents although he constantly worries about her safety In this book, a series of small burglaries hit home in a very personal way First Josie loses 100lbs, a sum she can ill afford to lose, when her back is turned Then Derrick, L...

  9. says:

    Another good read from Ann Purser The Lois Mead books are about a family who are very ordinary, Lois and her husband won the lottery and bought a nice old house in the village of Long Farnden close to their old home, Lois mum lives with them and helps in the house and her daughter Josie runs the village shop Lois runs a cleaning business called New Brooms and has a side line in what her husband calls ferretin helping Inspector Cowgill who has a soft spot for Lois which she always squashes Another good read from Ann Purser The Lois Mead books are about a family who are very ordinary, Lois and her husband won the lottery and bought a nice old house in the village of Long Farnden ...

  10. says:

    Ann Purser s FOUL PLAY AT FOUR is one of those British cozies you set aside to read on a rainy or snowy day Just brew yourself a cup of tea, snuggle up and get ready for a visit to the village of Long Farnden A composite of Jessica Fletcher and Miss Marple, protagonist Lois Meade is the owner of a cleaning company and amateur sleuth who investigates from a distance and is never really put in any truly dangerous situations unless you classify fending off the advances of an amorous Police I Ann Purser s FOUL PLAY AT FOUR is one of those British cozies you set aside to read on a rainy or snowy day Just brew yourself a cup of tea, snuggle up and get ready for a visit to the village of Long Farnden A composite of Jessica Fletcher and Miss Marple, protagonist Lois Meade is the owner of a cleaning company and amateur sleuth who investigates from a dist...

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