Fethering Mysteries; book 1. Very little disturbs the ordered calm of Fethering, a self-contained retirement settlement on England's southern coast. Carole Seddon has chosen to retire there, and the last thing she expected to find was a neighbour with a colourful past, or a body on the beach. TB 12467.
The press tend to talk about bank robberies as daring, ingenious or audacious, never as 'Dadaist', even the ones who know what 'Dadaist' means. But how else does one explain choreographed dancing gunmen in Buchanan Street, or the surreal methods they use to stay one step ahead of the cops? Angelique de Xavia is no art critic, but she is a connoisseur of crooks, and she's sure that this heist isn't the work of the usual sawn-offs-and-black-tights criminal. It's her job to hunt this unique species of thief to extinction - though the fact that it's not just his M.O. that's cute might prove a distraction. Contains violence. TB 13211.