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The Postscript Murders by Elly Griffiths

Elly Griffiths has just published another novel in the Ruth Galloway series , which I'll be reading and reviewing very soon, but in the meantime, I've recently read The Postscript Murders . Although it features DS Harbinder Kaur, who also appeared in The Stranger Diaries (which I reviewed here ), it's more a less a standalone novel and you don't need to have read The Stranger Diaries to read this one. The Postscript Murders is a mystery set in the south coast seaside town of Shoreham, and begins with an elderly woman being found dead by her carer Natalka at Seaview Court, a block of retirement flats. Although Peggy Smith was in her nineties, Natalka is convinced she was murdered, and enlists coffee shop owner Benedict and Peggy's friend and neighbour Edwin to join her in solving the mystery - but whether they will be a help or a hindrance to Harbinder's official investigation remains to be seen. Like The Stranger Diaries , The Postscript Murders is a mystery

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