Vivien Brandt (editor, librarian, and future interior designer extraordinaire) adores all things British. So when she moves from California to live with her gorgeous new English husband in a small Yorkshire village, she doesn’t foresee any problems beyond remembering French fries are now called chips.
But as she meets the locals—including the vicar, a charismatic politician, and a pair of troubled teenagers—she finds herself tripping over cultural differences. Oh, and a body.
Now she must work with her neighbor Hayley and a somewhat mistrustful police inspector to uncover the village’s secrets and find a killer. Preferably, before the killer finds her.
Because it seems when the chips (crisps?) are down, the only common language between America and Britain… is murder.
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