The new Miss Seeton mystery – the first in almost 20 years!
It’s practically a Royal Marriage. The highly eligible son of Miss Seeton’s old friends Sir George and Lady Colveden has wed the daughter of a French count.
Miss Seeton lends her talents to the village scheme to create a quilted ‘Bayeux Tapestry’ of local history, inspired by the wedding. But her intuitive sketches reveal a startlingly different perspective—involving buried Nazi secrets, and links to the mysterious death of a diplomat and to a South American dictator . . .
Serene amidst every kind of skulduggery, this eccentric English spinster steps in where Scotland Yard stumbles, armed with nothing more than her sketchpad and umbrella!
Review by Babs 5 tea cups
I love this series and Miss Seeton can figure out things that Scotland Yard had a hard time doing. She decides to help with quilt for a local couple and in doing so has uncovered a few things like espionage and a hidden historical mural found made things a lot more interesting. You will keep guessing until the end.
I have found you do not need to read all the books in order you can jump in at any time and not feel like you have lost anything. There is enough descriptions of the characters to understand what is going on. I however am going back and reading some of the other books as you cannot go wrong with a little old lady and gossip :).