The Charity Shop

The Charity Shop

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by Dorte Hummelshoj Jakobsen
     
 

This cosy short story is set in an antique shop in the fictional Yorkshire village Aldburgh.

When a dead body is found in the shop, Constable Archibald Penrose asks for reinforcement. His incompetent boss is most unhelpful so Penrose calls in his smart fiancée, the librarian Rhapsody Gershwin, to help him solve a murder case.

A light and clean

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Overview

This cosy short story is set in an antique shop in the fictional Yorkshire village Aldburgh.

When a dead body is found in the shop, Constable Archibald Penrose asks for reinforcement. His incompetent boss is most unhelpful so Penrose calls in his smart fiancée, the librarian Rhapsody Gershwin, to help him solve a murder case.

A light and clean British mystery.

Cover photo: Ellen Nielsen

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033044368
Publisher:
Dorte Hummelshoj Jakobsen
Publication date:
02/09/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
886,473
File size:
119 KB

Meet the Author

Dorte Hummelshoj Jakobsen is a teacher from Denmark, teaching English at upper secondary level. In her spare time she reads and writes crime fiction in English and Danish, and in 2010 she sold her first flash stories to American magazines and publishers.Since then she has published two collections of flash fiction, "Candied Crime" (humour) and "Liquorice Twists" (a bit darker).Her ´bestseller´ is the romantic ghost story "Heather Farm" (suspense plus romance in the Dunes near the Danish west coast).Her latest mystery "The Cosy Knave" - a cosy mystery featuring village constable Archibald Penrose and the librarian Rhapsody Gershwin. A very popular story in America.

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The Charity Shop 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good little story about a murder in the small-town furniture shop where the readers meet Rhapsody Gershwin and her Constable fiancé from "The Cosy Knave" again. Funny but credible characters.
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