Hot to trot / M.C. Beaton with R.W. Green.
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|Palmerton Area Library||New Fic F B38 (Text)||65000000032179||Adult Fiction||Checked Out||03/01/2021|
- ISBN: 9781250157751
- ISBN: 1250157757
- Physical Description: xvi, 235 pages ; 22 cm.
- Edition: First U.S. edition.
- Publisher: New York : Minotaur Books, 2020.
- Copyright: ©2020
When private detective learns that her friend and one-time lover Charles Fraith is to be married to a horrid socialite, she sees it as her duty to find out what she can about the woman. Coming up empty, Agatha - out of selfless concern for Charles, of course - does the only sensible thing she can think of: she crashes their wedding, resulting in a public altercation. Just when she thinks things can't get any worse, she hears a scream from the stable on the property and rushes over, only to discover that there's been a murder - and that she and Charles are suspects. In a race against the clock to clear their names, Agatha dives headfirst into the glittering lifestyle of the fabulously wealthy - and the world of international show-jumping. The riders are glamorous, the horses are beautiful, and the intrigue runs deep, leaving Agatha with her own list of suspects as long as a stallion's tail. When sinister evidence emerges that appears to seal Sir Charles's fate, Agatha must uncover the truth before a net of skullduggery closes around him and he loses his ancestral home, his entire estate, and his freedom. And if things weren't complicated enough, Agatha's ex-husband, James Lacey, is back in Carsley and back in Agatha's heart.
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