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An Untidy Death by Simon Brett


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Also by Simon Brett:

An Untidy Death, September 2021
Hardcover / e-Book
The Clutter Corpse, April 2020
Hardcover / e-Book
The Killing in The Cafe, March 2016
Paperback / e-Book
The Tomb in Turkey, March 2015
Hardcover / e-Book
Blotto, Twinks And The Dead Dowager Duchess, January 2012
Paperback / e-Book
Blotto, Twinks And The Ex-King's Daughter, February 2011
Trade Size
The Stabbing in the Stables, June 2007
Paperback (reprint)
The Stabbing In The Stables, August 2006
The Hanging in the Hotel, August 2004
Death on the Downs, September 2002
The Body on the Beach, September 2001
Paperback (reprint)

An Untidy Death
Simon Brett

The Decluttering mysteries #2
Senneff House Publishers
September 2021
On Sale: September 7, 2021
192 pages
ISBN: 1780291280
EAN: 9781780291284
Kindle: B094V7YP1R
Hardcover / e-Book
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Mystery Cozy

When the body of a prospective client is discovered in her burned-out home, declutterer Ellen Curtis is drawn into a baffling investigation where nothing is as it first appears.

“My mother’s going to kill herself . . . That is, if I don’t kill her first.”

When Alexandra Richards approaches professional declutterer Ellen Curtis to ask her to help sort out her mother’s chaotic flat, Ellen gets the impression Alexandra doesn’t like her mother very much. But when Ingrid Richards’ body is discovered in her burned-out home, Alexandra’s exasperated words don’t seem such a joke.

Due to the hazardous state of the victim’s over-cluttered residence, the police are inclined to dismiss her death as an unfortunate accident. Ellen’s not so sure. Could Alexandra’s resentment towards her mother have escalated into outright violence? The more she discovers about the dead woman’s remarkable past, the more convinced Ellen becomes that there’s something decidedly suspicious about her death.

At least she can console herself that clearing out widower Edward Finch’s bungalow will be a straightforward job in comparison. But in this assumption, Ellen couldn’t be more wrong . . .


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