There are strangers in Embervale, and not everyone is pleased to see them.
A conflict is brewing, and Dan Corrigan senses that there's more to this animosity than meets the eye.
Before long, there'll be a victim.
Dan digs deeper and finds himself drawn into a web of deceit.
It's a tangled case for Dan and Alan, but they won't give up until they've uncovered the truth.
The Devonshire Mysteries are traditional British mysteries in a modern-day setting.
These are cosy mysteries (or 'cozy mysteries' for Dan Corrigan's trans-Atlantic fans). There's a touch of dry humour and the stories pay homage to the legacies of Agatha Christie and Conan Doyle. You'll always find a mixed bag of suspects, plenty of clues and a few red herrings, so that you could have solved the mystery if only you'd put two and two together.
Amateur Sleuth Dan Corrigan is quick-witted, driven and far too clever for his own good. Fortunately, his friend and neighbour, Alan Hargreaves, is the perfect foil for Dan's intellect. Loyal, dependable and with a knack for detailed research, Alan keeps Dan on track, and together, they make an effective team.
Recommended Reading Order:
A Study in Stone
Valley of Lies
Murder Between the Tides
Mystery in May.