Fifth in the Flaxborough Mystery series, Charity Ends at Home is another late Golden Age small English village cozy.
The village coroner, constable and editor of the local paper each receive an identical unsigned note stating that the writer is fearful of being murdered. The note references a photo of the writer but the photo is not included in any of the notes.
The plot and characters within Charity Ends at Home are unique. The mystery is great and unusual. This 20th century police procedural is worth 4 stars.
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Posted in Mystery & Thrillers Tagged with: #FrugalFridays, Apr 19 2018, British, cozy mystery, Golden age mystery