Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Spotlight: Perils in Yorkshire (British Book Tour Mysteries) by Emma Dakin (Blog Tour/Tour-Wide Giveaway)


Perils in Yorkshire (British Book Tour Mysteries) by Emma Dakin

About Perils in Yorkshire


Perils in Yorkshire (British Book Tour Mysteries) 

Cozy Mystery 3rd in Series 

Publisher ‏ : ‎ Camel Press (October 12, 2021) 

Paperback ‏ : ‎ 294 pages 

ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 160381387X ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1603813877 

Digital ASIN ‏ : ‎ B094PXJT8W

Claire Barclays tourists are exploring the cobbled streets of York. Her American ladies from Tucson, the couple from Bristol, and the couple from London appear fascinated by Claire's explanations of the unique architecture. All except Philip, a younger, single man who disappears—again. Claire spots him entering the chocolate Factory and races down the stairs, suspecting Phillip has headed for the kitchens and trips over the body of a security guard. She doesn't see any connection between the body and tourists until Mark, her loving partner, and a detective inspector with the Major Crimes Investigation Team tells her Philip is an undercover Scotland Yard detective and on a job. Claire removes the group from the city of York quickly and drives them north to the Yorkshire Moors, a vast land of almost bleak wilderness and the setting of many mystery novels. She stops for a picnic at the famous Ralph’s Cross where moorland, green with springtime heather, stretches for miles. Her bucolic plans are interrupted when her American ladies report the sudden death of Philip in the surrounding bog. Mark tells her Philip was on the trail of a drug distribution team. But will Claire be able to keep these ladies who are intelligent, determined, and expert mystery readers out of a messy situation with a murderer? Claire has high hopes that she will be able to do so without endangering them all.

About Emma Dakin 


Emma Dakin lives in Gibsons on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. She has over thirty trade-published books of mystery and adventure for teens and middle-grade children and non-fiction for teens and adults. Her memoir Always Pack a Candle: A Nurse in the Cariboo-Chilcotin has received wide recognition. But she keeps returning to her favorite genre, cozy mysteries. Her love of the British countryside and villages and her addiction to reading cozy mysteries keep her writing about characters who live and work in those villages. She enjoys those characters and trusts you will as well.

Author Links 

Webpage/Blog  emmadakinauthor.com 

Purchase Links

 Amazon  – B&N  - IndieBound - Kobo - Google Play


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  1. The artist of the cover painted the Yorkshire moors for me and, luckily, the publisher liked it.

  2. The artist painted the Yorkshire moors after I gave her a photo I'd taken. Luckily, the publishers loved it.


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