Aunt Dimity and the Family Tree

Aunt Dimity and the Family Tree

[the Paranormal Detective]

Book - 2011
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Cozy lovers' favorite otherworldly detective cracks a classic country-house case.

In Atherton's sixteenth mystery, Lori Shepherd returns from Down Under to her normal life in the village of Finch. But Lori's normal quickly becomes anything but.

Her debonair father-in-law has moved to town and is renovating Fairworth House, a grand estate nearby. William Sr. expects a quiet, small-town life, but among the spinsters vying for his attention, shifty servants, and the discovery of a mysterious painting of a family tree in Fairworth's attic, he discovers that life in Finch is anything but quiet. On top of it all, Lori and William are embroiled in a case of deception and false identity by one of Finch's own. It's nothing the plucky Lori can't handle, but once things get truly peculiar at Fairworth-moving furniture, strange sounds, and mysterious visitors-she calls on Aunt Dimity for her otherworldly guidance and uncovers the shadowy past beneath the estate's magnificent surface.

Nancy Atherton's titles continue to delight fans who eagerly anticipate each new book. Her latest will draw cheers and bring new readers to this charming series.
Publisher: New York : Viking, c2011
ISBN: 9780670022434
Branch Call Number: ATHE
Characteristics: 229 p. ; 22 cm

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foxylady31
Apr 21, 2017

A very good series. Entertaining mystery.

samdog123 Dec 06, 2012

Always an excellent read. Really enjoy this series.

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MDianeRogers
Jul 24, 2011

A fun mystery - and yes, it does have to do with family genealogy.

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