The Pitkirtly Triangle is the 11th novel in the Pitkirtly Mystery series, set in a small town on the coast of Fife, in Scotland.
Amaryllis is puzzled when the people she has been hired to track keep vanishing without trace. Is there a connection with the new café at the top of the hill and the increase in Empire biscuit consumption in the locality?
Meanwhile Christopher manages to lose a very important donation to the Cultural Centre, Jock McLean gets on the wrong side of a garage owner and Jan from the wool shop panics about whether certain herbs are culinary or not.
Everything becomes more complicated just as Amaryllis is put out of action for the first time in her life by the onset of a nasty cold virus.
About the Author
Cecilia Peartree is the pen name of a writer from Edinburgh. She has dabbled in various genres so far, including science fiction and humour, but she keeps returning to a series of 'cosy' mysteries set in a small town in Fife. The first full length novel in the series, 'Crime in the Community', and the fifth 'Frozen in Crime are 'perma-free' on all outlets. The Quest series is set in the different Britain of the 1950s. The fifth novel in this series, 'A Quest in Berlin' was published in March 2017.. As befits a cosy mystery writer, Cecilia Peartree lives in the leafy suburbs with her cat.