Robbery, Murder and Cups of Tea: A Novella
Phil Church

In a small English village, Ray, the supermarket manager, wishes he was a private detective. When one of his neighbours is brutally murdered, he gets the chance to investigate a real crime. Unfortunately, the hunt for the killer is far from simple, as winter sets in and he struggles to deal with his wife’s disinterest, his friend’s bungling enthusiasm, a village that will happily implicate anyone and everyone, and a rising body count.

Robbery, Murder and Cups of Tea: A Novella book cover

I enjoyed this quite a lot: Ray’s bewilderment throughout was amusing, but you still sort of feel sorry for him and I liked Adam, too.

Published by Sean Randall

I am an avid reader, technologist and disability advocate living in the middle of England with my wife, daughter and pets.

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