Six Proud Walkers

Six Proud Walkers None

  • Title: Six Proud Walkers
  • Author: Anthea Fraser
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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      Published :2019-06-20T18:03:20+00:00

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    • DCI Webb's friend, Hannah James, is house and cat sitting for a friend who is on an extended holiday. Webb visits the local church and as he and Hannah look down on a beautifully planted flower bed he sees the word 'murder' spelled out in read flowers. Is it a sick joke or is someone trying to tell the world about a crime? The Walker family are very conscious of their lineage and concerned to make sure the family firm continues in the family. When matriarch Dorothy is bludgeoned to death on a ho [...]

    • When DCI Webb sees murder spelled out in flowers in the well to do Walker's flower bed he is not sure if he is seeing things but plans to investigate this further. The Walker’s are from a prominent family who have made their wealth in porcelain but when the matriarch of the family is murdered DCI Webb begins to suspect the whole family is hiding secrets and it could be any one of them. Great read. I would like to thank the publisher and Net Galley for the chance to read this ARC.

    • When "Murder" is spelled in a floral display in a garden DCI Webb is instantly intrigued, the peaceful idyllic village will be rocked by the murder of one of its most prominent inhabitants and it's up to DCI Webb and his team to solve the case before there are any other victims.DCI Webb is visiting his friend Hannah James, who is house/cat sitting for her boss (the local headmistress) when they are invited to the local church fair. It is whilst Webb and James are being given the grand tour that [...]

    • I liked the premise of this book, the subject matter was one that attracted me to the book but sadly I really struggled to get in to it. It did pick up about half way through and then the pace to the end was much better but I was touch and go as to whether I would continue with the book or put it to one side. I am glad I carried on but feel that this could have been so much better, I have read a lot of crime/mystery books so have a lot to compare it against. I received a copy of this book in exc [...]

    • DCI Webb gets called in on a case in a nearby town where his girlfriend is house-sitting. There is a local family, the Walkers, who are rich and well-known. First, the grandmother is brutally murdered. This starts the unraveling of the mystery of the family as well as who the murderer is.Well-written and good police procedural.

    • What can I say? I just find this author to be so relaxing a read, a real British cozy with such great portrayals of British village life. This story involves the Walker family, who we soon discover are not what they seem.

    • I would certainly not call this a cozy since lies and gruesome murders abound. It is a fairly entertaining read, but do not expect "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm".

    • OK but cosy crime novel.

    • Six Proud Walkers is a classic English detective mystery drama, and is one of sixteen novels featuring, Detective Chief Inspector David Webb, written by Anthea Fraser in 1988. I read this on Kindle and unfortunately the story is formatted poorly for its conversion to Kindle. It is rife with spelling and grammar errors, with regular occurrences where there is no separation between scenes, with many different scenes rolling into one another. I was about to leave the story following the first four [...]

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