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The Shooting in the Shop is the eleventh and latest novel in the Fethering murder mystery series. The murder mysteries are all set in and around the fictional South coast town of Fethering; Fethering is approximately 9 miles away from Brighton. The Fethering mysteries feature two middle aged female neighbours, they are Carole Seddon and Jude Nicholls. Carole Seddon Carole is the uptight prudish, rather staid retired civil servant; Carole is in her late fifties and lives with her dog Gulliver at High Tor. She is rather bitterly divorced from her husband David, and has a son called Stephen, and is a grandmother. Carole is a lover of ... Read the complete review
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