By M. C. Beaton
Deserted by means of James, Agatha hops on a aircraft to the South Pacific. There she meets a honeymooning couple yet tragically, the recent bride by chance drowns. Returning domestic to Carsely, Agatha unearths herself focused on a surprisingly related state of affairs - a girl, wearing a marriage dress, is located floating in a river. The police think it truly is suicide yet Agatha, spurred on by means of stories of her disastrous marriage, units out to turn out them mistaken.
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But I can't recall ever having seen it. Ah yes. Ha! Now I know, Laura. You and Lester made the trip while I was abroad in the States, and I came back after you. ' Hadley drew a long breath. and now, Mrs Bitton, I, don't think we need detain you any longer. One of the warders will escort you to a cab. Or perhaps Sir William will do it... And look here, old man he put his hand on the knight's arm `you've a perfect right to stay, if you like; at least, I shan't try to drive you away.. But you've had a trying day.
His voice grew stronger. `I it was the shock of hearing the name of - somebody - I did know. ' `Yes,' said Dr Fell. ' 'I met him - ah-- Sunday before last, at dinner in Bitton's house. It was the day. I arrived. I hadn't caught his last name. They all called him Phil; that's how I remembered. ' `He was stabbed with this crossbow bolt,' said Dr Fell, picking it up. ' The other said, `Most interesting - ' in a way that sounded like a horrible burlesque. But he was better now. `I don't want you to think, gentlemen, that I know anything of the poor boy's murder because I seemed - ah - upset when you mentioned it.
Somers walked straight in after her, like a fool. But it's fortunate he did. 'He describes it as a rather narrow entry, badly lighted by a door with a glass panel at the rear, and with an automatic lift in the centre. The doors to the two flats on that floor are on either side. 1 after her. And, at the same time she was going in, a woman slid out of the door of No. ' said Dr Fell, blowing out smoke placidly. ' `There were no lights on, and what with the mist, the darkness of the hall, and the sudden run she made, he could just be sure it was a woman.
Agatha Raisin and the Day the Floods Came (Agatha Raisin, Book 12) by M. C. Beaton