Wednesday, November 22

Murder in Steeple Martin by Lesley Cookman

Review by Dawn Dowdle

Libby Sarjeant is helping to produce a play at an exciting new venture, the Oast House Theatre, in a Kentish village.  The play depicts true events from Peter's family's past during the hop-picking era.  Some family members are not too happy with this play being produced. 

Some strange things begin to happen with rehearsals.  In the midst of all this, Libby finds herself with a new romance with Ben.  She never expected that to happen.   

Will the stirring up of the old murder bring tragedy to the play and the people in it? 

I really like Libby.  She is such a wonderful character.  She is good with the people in the play.  I only wish the Oast Theatre was a real venue to go watch the play and meet Libby.  I recommend this book.

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