But once a dead human body is dumped on her behalf home just like a sack of flour, Suzanne’s cozy small shop becomes a crime scene that is all-out.

But once a dead human body is dumped on her behalf home just like a sack of flour, Suzanne’s cozy small shop becomes a crime scene that is all-out. 21. The Novice’s Tale (Sister Frevisse, no. 1) by Margaret Frazer. Into the autumn that is fair of Lord’s elegance 1431, the nuns of England’s St. Frideswide’s get ready for the just ceremonies by which the saintly novice Thomasine will require her holy vows. But their peaceful life of beauty and prayer are tossed into chaos by the merciless arrival of Lady Ermentrude Fenner along with her retinue of lusty guys, sinful ladies, and baying hounds. The hard-drinking dowager also keeps a animal monkey on her behalf entertainment. She demands wine, a feast… And her niece, the angelic Thomasine. The woman wants to enrich by by herself and her reputation by organizing a married relationship for the devout novice. She cares absolutely absolutely nothing for the panic and despair she results in her. But all her cruel and cunning schemes are taken to an abrupt end with strange & most murder that is unnatural. As suspicious eyes switch on the pious Thomasine, it falls to Sister Frevisse, hosteler associated with priory and detective that is amateur to unravel the webs of unholy passion and dark intrigue that entangle the novice and prove her purity… or condemn her. 22. Eggs in Purgatory (Cackleberry Club, #1) by Laura Childs. Suzanne, Toni, and Petra lose their husbands but find liberty whenever the Cackleberry is opened by them Club. Then their cozy cafe becomes the scene of a criminal activity whenever an attorney dies...