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The Mitford Murders by Jessica Fellowes / I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh
It's a double Member's choice for October, with: The Mitford Murders by Jessica Fellowes It's 1919, and Louisa Cannon dreams of escaping her life of poverty in London, and most of all her oppressive and dangerous uncle. Louisa's salvation is a position within the Mitford household at Asthall Manor, in the Oxfordshire countryside. There she will become nurserymaid, chaperone and confidante to the Mitford sisters, especially sixteen-year-old Nancy - an acerbic, bright young woman in love with stories. But when a nurse - Florence Nightingale Shore, goddaughter of her famous namesake - is killed on a train in broad daylight, Nancy and amateur sleuth Louisa find that in postwar England, everyone has something to hide . . . and/or I Let You Go by Clare Macintosh In a split second, Jenna Gray's world descends into a nightmare. Her only hope of moving on is to walk away from everything she knows to start afresh. Desperate to escape, Jenna moves to a remote cottage on the Welsh coast, but she is haunted by her fears, her grief and her memories of a cruel November night that changed her life forever. Slowly, Jenna begins to glimpse the potential for happiness in her future. But her past is about to catch up with her, and the consequences will be devastating . .

The Bull

13 North Hill, Highgate · London

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The BUTLER DID IT Crime Book Club

The murder mystery book club for the armchair sleuth.

Our first ever meeting was held on Wednesday 1st September 2010, with the book 'A Murder is Announced' by Agatha Christie. Since then, we have met the first Wednesday of every month at 7.30 pm, when we have discussed the Club's chosen crime novels.

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You're welcome to join us, as we continue the tradition.
New members and visitors, always welcome!

See 'Pages' for directions.

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Crime writer Mary Roberts Rinehart is credited as the source of the phrase "The Butler did it" as a result of her novel 'The Door' (1930).

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