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by Ann Purser

Author: Ann Purser
Subcategory: Mystery
Language: English
Publisher: Berkley; 1st Printing edition (September 5, 2006)
Category: Suspense and Mystery
Rating: 4.8
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Fear on Friday is not my cup of tea. Having read the series by Hazel Holt, Kate Kingsbury, Emily Brightwell and . Love Ann Purser's cozy Mysteries this was one of the best of the bunch. I especially like the tension between Lois and Hunter.

Fear on Friday is not my cup of tea. Having read the series by Hazel Holt, Kate Kingsbury, Emily Brightwell and Jeanne M. Dams which I found delightful and informative, Fear on Friday fell far short of the mark for me. There was too much vacillating from one charater to another; so much so that I found my attention wandering and was unable to read it with ease.

Lois Meade Mystery Series. 14 primary works, 15 total works. Shelve Fear on Friday. Lois Meade, who cleans houses for pin money in the quaint village of Long Farnden, England: Book 1. Murder On Monday.

Titles by Ann Purser. Lois Meade Mysteries. The hangman’s row enquiry. Berkley prime crime, new york. Weeping on wednesday. Warning at one. Tragedy at two. Ivy Beasley Mysteries. The berkley publishing group.

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Lois Meade Mysteries. Murder on monday terror on tuesday. Weeping on wednesday theft on thursday. Fear on friday secrets on saturday. Sorrow on sunday warning at one. Tragedy at two threats at three. Foul play at four found guilty at five. Scandal at six. The measby murder enquiry the wild wood enquiry.

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Well, what did you expect? he said. Fergus had told him of his humiliation in the Mayor’s Parlour. You’d have thought I was a dirty old tramp off the streets!. Fergus said again turf me out by the scruff of the neck, when that nice Mrs. Slater rescued me. I kept on telling him I’d received an invitation and been checked in on the list at the door, but he wouldn’t listen. Just kept spluttering and pushing at me to get out. God, what a nasty piece of work!. Rupert was silent, thinking.

Ann Purser Ann Purser. The tenants of Lois Meade's terrace house in Tresham are frustrated by their neighbor's feisty pet cockerel, Satan

Lois Meade, as local cleaner in the village of Long Farnden, has a close and intimate knowledge of many of its inhabitants. She doesn’t encourage gossip, but when local spinster, Gloria Hathaway is brutally strangled, it seems that Lois is in the unique position to find out invaluable information about the murder. The tenants of Lois Meade's terrace house in Tresham are frustrated by their neighbor's feisty pet cockerel, Satan. His owner, Clem Fitch, refuses to part with his feathery companion-making Lois's tenants fly the coop. Luckily, her son Douglas agrees to rent the house.

To her own credit, Lois’s cleaning business is really starting to clean up. So much that she decides to open up a new office in the neighboring town of Tresham, where she takes note of an unusually busy—and slightly sinister—storefront across the street. But business quickly mixes with Lois’s nose for sleuthing when she’s hired to clean the house of the pompous mayor, and then witnesses his honor’s limo picking up a dubious-looking package from the mysterious shop. There’s a filthy underside to Tresham, and when bloody murder starts staining the quaint town, Lois has to put her own life on the line to straighten things out…