I'm a huge fan of the Dorothy Martin series and haven't been disappointed yet! What's really surprised me is my English husband has taken a liking to them as well. He appreciates her views of English life and enjoys her writing style. We both like the fact that Dorothy is in our age range so can better relate to her as well.
When the body of Bill Fanshawe, curator of the museum in the quaint English town of Sherebury is found dead in the Roman tunnels beneath the museum, Dorothy Martin's heart goes out to the octogenarian's close friend Jane Langland. But what at first looks like a death by natural causes becomes suspicious when Bill's assistant is found bludgeoned in his office. The case seems to revolve around a new exhibit that the museum was getting ready on Sherebury's role in World War II. Dorothy, a retired American schoolteacher with her own perspective on the war, discovers several secrets among the aging and eccentric RAF characters. A saga of teachery, heartbreak and decades of deceit soon shockingly unfolds. And while few can still remember the war personally, there's a killer who refuses to forget.
Reviewers have called this book "A cozy as comforting as a hot cup of tea."
This is a Dorothy Martin mystery, with an English background. the curtor of the museum in the quaint town of Sherebury England , is found dead in the the Romnan tunnels beneath the museum, I really enjoy Jeanne M. Dams's books and have read them all.