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The Prime of Ms Dolly Greene

The Prime of Ms Dolly Greene


The Tarot talks . . . but is anyone listening?

In the heart of South West London, just a short stroll from the Thames, lies an enclosed and overgrown bike path and a single row of cottages. Foremost among Tinderbox Lane’s hotchpotch of loyal residents is professional Tarot reader, Dolly Greene: divorced and permanently broke, she shares her tiny house with her 21-year-old daughter Pippa.

When, one stiflingly hot summer’s day, Dolly reads the cards for the hedonistic Nikki, her usually professional patter is interrupted by a sudden vision – a flash of Nikki’s face, covered in blood and bruises.

A few days later, when the body of a battered woman is washed up by Chiswick Bridge, Dolly is haunted by the belief that Nikki’s time may have come . . . but can she be sure? And how far is Dolly prepared to go to act on her intuition?

‘It’s a pleasure to be in the company of Ms Dolly Greene. She’s smart, warm-hearted and a touch psychic – perfect qualities for a sleuth.’ Frances Brody

‘This book is a must read for any Tarot enthusiast or indeed, any whodunnit fan.Avril Price, Tarot Consultant, College of Psychic Studies, London

‘Agatha Christie fans will love The Prime of Ms Dolly Greene’ Yours
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 7th September 2017

Price: £19.99

ISBN-13: 9781405535793

Reviews

It's a pleasure to be in the company of Ms Dolly Greene. She's smart, warm-hearted and a touch psychic - perfect qualities for a sleuth
Frances Brody
An assured tone and excellent writing, coupled with Dolly's charms make this story a winner from the opening page!
MyWeekly
Agatha Christie fans will love The Prime of Ms Dolly Greene
Yours
[A] charming and warm-hearted novel
Culture Fly
I absolutely loved it!
The Bookbag
A story that deserves to be described - unusually, in this genre - as rather sweet
Literary Review
Tarot cards, crime, and a warm heart. What's not to enjoy.
Frost Magazine