Series: The Australian Amateur Sleuth series
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Fire up the barbie and grab a packet of Tim Tams. There are three books to read, and it's time for murder . . .
Books 4-6 in this USA Today Bestselling series
4. The Prawn Identity
There’s something fishy in Little Tatterford. Can Sibyl solve the murder and make a snapper comeback?
There hasn’t been a murder in weeks, so Sibyl and her eccentric friends, Cressida Upthorpe and Mr. Buttons, are able to scale back their anxiety. Honeymooners, a famous businessman and his wife, book in to start their married life in bliss. After a breakfast of prawns, a tragic accident befalls one of them and they end up battered. The authorities, herring rumors, want to shut down the boarding house for safety reasons.
The police believe the husband was the target but are all at sea and unable to catch a break. The protesters rally against the husband’s company, which is destroying the local wilderness land. Will he rise to the bait?
What with Blake’s ex-girlfriend coming back to town, and a rival boarding house opening up nearby, can Sibyl keep a cool head, reel in the suspects, and save the boarding house from the authorities?
5. Any Given Sundae
All good things must cone to an end . . .
Sibyl Potts has finally been awarded her long-awaited property settlement, and the fact her ex-husband has been sentenced for her attempted murder is the cherry on top.
Yet just as all seems sweet in her world, the body of one of Cressida’s boarders is found in Sibyl’s cottage next to a half eaten ice cream sundae.
Looks like there’s a rocky road ahead. When all the evidence points to Sibyl as the culprit, how will she scoop out the evidence and prove her innocence? And will the murderer get their just desserts?
6, Last Mango in Paris
It takes two to mango, but only one to murder . . .
Even though Cressida’s builder gives her the crepes, she’s still a oui bit upset that their paths won’t croissant again. In fact, she cannot beret. That’s because he’s been smothered with a mango, and Mr. Buttons has been found standing over the body.
But the police don’t give a Notre Dame—they believe it was Mr. Buttons the culprit wanted to kill!
Soon Sybil realizes this is no ordinary crime. It seems as though Mr. Buttons has been Lyon about his past and baguette to mention a few secrets of his own . . .