This is another delightful addition to the cosy mysteries that take place in the village of Bunburry. Reading these books is like paying a visit to old friends. This particular story advances the budding romance of Alfie and Emma, although things are not going smoothly at all. The story revolves around a lost play by none other than Oscar Wilde, and an ensuing murder. The plot was intriguing and the characters vivid. I especially enjoy the references to the clever Oscar Wilde and his famous wit. I wish the books were longer, but then again, there always seems to be a new one in the works. If you would like a trip into a charming English village with a detour into the world of mystery, immerse yourself in this series. You won’t regret it. This book is a wonderful addition.
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