My Review: I enjoyed reading Murder in the Highlands, it was an easy and fun read. I really enjoyed the authors way of bringing the story and scenery to life. We follow Sophie and Hector, a couple that live and work together. They are heading for a week in the highlands to visit Sophie’s parents, with a gaelic languaged book in tow. There’s a lot of speculation from their friends and locals about the nature of their trip, fully believing they will head to Gretna Green to get hitched. Once in Gretna things take a turn and the intrigue begins. If cosy crime is your thing and you’re looking for an enjoyable easy flowing read, this is a good book to read. I am so sorry for being so late with this review.

Murder in the Highlands

Sophie and Hector are heading to the Highlands.

For Sophie it’s a trip home and for Hector it’s time to meet Sophie’s parents… Though their trip has village tongues wagging about a stop at Scotland’s notorious elopement spot, Gretna Green.

No matter what, it’ll make a nice break from the murder and mayhem that has been plaguing their beautiful Cotswolds village. But Sophie and Hector are barely on the road before they’re being hassled by reckless drivers and at their first rest stop a body is discovered.

Then comes a series of ‘accidents’ that leave poor Hector a little worse for wear. Is someone after Hector? Who could even know he was in the Highlands?

Accidents or not, can they find some way to keep Hector safe?

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Debbie Young is the much-loved author of the Sophie Sayers and St Brides cosy crime mysteries. She lives in a Cotswold village where she runs the local literary festival, and has worked at Westonbirt School, both of which provide inspiration for her writing. She is bringing both her series to Boldwood in a 13-book contract. They will be publishing several new titles in each series and republishing the backlist, starting in September 2022.

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