Aunt Dimity and the King's ransom / Nancy Atherton.Material type: TextSeries: Atherton, Nancy, Aunt Dimity ; book 23.Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, a Cengage Company, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Edition: Large print editionDescription: 343 pages (large print) ; 23 cmISBN:
- King's ransom
- 813/.6 23
- PS3551.T426 A9334 2018b
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Sequel to: Aunt Dimity and the widow's curse.
Stranded in a rural inn on England's southeast coast, Lori discovers the location's past as a smuggler hangout before investigating suspicious activities among the living and the dead that may be responsible for ghostly nighttime noises.
With advice from a ghost-- her dead Aunt Dimity-- Lori learns that she is stranded at an inn that was once a hangout for smugglers. Her husband Bill is paying a visit to a reclusive client, and Lori is hearing ghostly noises in the night. The King's Ransom is riddled with secret tunnels once used to reach a network of hidden caves. Are the noises Lori hears made by the spirits of long dead smugglers? Or should she be more worried by the inn's living inhabitants?
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