Any Man’s Death
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When Sheila Malory is badgered by Annie Roberts to write the village history, she grudgingly agrees. After Annie dies of food poisoning, a victim of her love of freshly-picked mushrooms, Sheila reluctantly continues working on the history.
When going through Annie’s things in search of old photographs for the book, Sheila finds a list that may go some way to explaining the hold Annie seemed to have over the other residents of Mere Barton. The list may show that nearly all of the people that knew Annie had a secret to hide and that one of these secrets may be a motive for murder …. time for Sheila to do some investigating.