The Poison Pen

The Poison Pen

by Kate Aaron
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The Poison Pen by Kate Aaron

Spring, 1949

All of Puddledown is excitedly preparing for the upcoming wedding of Helena Fairfax, the Viscount's daughter, to Walter Evans, a farmer's son. The unlikely love match is the talk of the town, but Hugo Wainwright and Tommy Granger are dealing with a distraction closer to home. Tommy's family have announced their intention to visit.

Hugo wants nothing more than to impress his friend's sister and mother, but Tommy's brother-in-law, the Rev. Daniel Stone, makes it clear from the moment he arrives he has no time for Tommy. Hugo never considered himself a violent man, but Daniel's constant dismissal of Tommy brings all his protective instincts to the surface.

Then the letters start arriving.

The community is torn apart as malicious notes are pushed through doors all over Puddledown, and when Hugo receives one, Tommy starts to panic. The police have no suspects, so it's up to Hugo to expose the culprit before the wedding is ruined and Tommy's family leave, perhaps never to return. Can he solve the mystery, or will the veiled threats of an anonymous stranger drive Hugo and Tommy apart forever?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781511646765
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/15/2015
Pages: 164
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.35(d)

About the Author

Born in Liverpool, Kate Aaron is a bestselling author of the #1 LGBT romances What He Wants, Ace, The Slave, and other critically acclaimed works.

Kate swapped the north-west for the midwest in October 2015 and married award winning author AJ Rose. Together they plan to take over the world.

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The Poison Pen (Puddledown Mysteries, #3) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
I think what I loved most about this installment of the Puddletown Mysteries, was how Hugo and Tommy pretty much switched places in their relationship.  In The Dead Past and The Coward's Way, Tommy was more confident and outgoing but here we have Hugo stepping up and taking the lead.  I think a lot of that has to do with the visit from Tommy's family.  Most of us turn back the clock a little towards our childhood when we find ourselves with our parents, and here we have Tommy's mother, sister, and brother-in-law visiting Puddletown in The Poison Pen.  As for Daniel, the brother-in-law, he's quite a pill to swallow so I won't even begin to go there.  As for the mystery letters, it may not be murder but I found it just as intriguing because everyone has something they don't want others knowing, so it truly can be anyone wielding The Poison Pen.