What is the significance of: The Well of Ice

by Andrea Carter

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Having recently read the first two titles in this series, I was eager to spend more time with Ben(edicta). She is a solicitor in a small town on the Inishowen Peninsula in Ireland; her work brings her into contact with many in her community so the series features a number of recurring characters. One of these is a police officer to whom Ben becomes close. There is also a backstory having to do with the death of Ben’s sister.

This time, as usual, a lot is going on. Who set fire to The Oak, the village’s pub and where is the woman who worked behind the bar? And then, of course (no surprise), there is a body.

Come to Inishowen during the Christmas season. Catch up with the regulars and solve the case. I am glad that I did. I will soon be on to book four in the series, Murder at Greysbridge.

Many thanks to NetGalley and Oceanview Publishing for this title. All opinions are my own.

Pub date: 10 November 2020

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