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Warning at One ➮ [Read] ➪ Warning at One By Ann Purser ➺ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Back by popular demand cleaning lady Lois Meade has sleuthed through a full week, but crime can happen at any hour Lois Meade is a working class mum, cleaner extraordinaire, and a part time sleuth But Back by popular demand cleaning lady Lois Meade has sleuthed through a full week, but crime can happen at any hour Lois Meade is a working class mum, cleaner extraordinaire, and Warning at Kindle - a part time sleuth But she has her work set out for her when tenants of her rental home start leaving, frustrated by their neighbor s noisy pet rooster The owner, elderly Clem Fitch, refuses to part with his feathery companion, aptly named Satan It s a relief when Lois s son Douglas asks to rent the house But then peculiar things start occurring on Gordon Street When Clem and his pet are found dead, Douglas is one of the prime suspects As landlord, mother, and witness, Lois must take action and flush out the killer who s fouling the Meade name.


10 thoughts on “Warning at One

  1. Kenzie Kenzie says:

    I wouldn t say I learned anything from this book per se It is another book that just appeared at my husband s work and he brought it home for me a fun mystery for light summer reading, but not necessarily one I would ever read again Ifbooks by the same author appear on my nightstand, i am sure i will read them, but i am not running out to find the others in the series.


  2. Josephine (Jo) Josephine (Jo) says:

    16th October 2010One of the best Lois Mead books so far There were twists and turns and I was still guessing up to the last chapter These are gentle mysteries not too violent if you are looking for something a little less gruesome Also there is a good family back story and all the regular characters who work for Lois at New Brooms.


  3. Jennie Jennie says:

    The first hundred and fifty pages felt like I was caught in the mud, tires spinning It just went absolutely nowhere People clean houses, some shady characters pop in from time to time, a new, random character gets introduced view spoiler and Lois, interviewing him for a job as a cleaner for New Brooms, decides on the spot to offer this total stranger an opportunity to become her business partner to add interior decorating to the business hide spoiler , it s almost a hundred pages til the m The first hundred and fifty pages felt like I was caught in the mud, tires spinning It just went absolutely nowhere People clean houses, some shady characters pop in from time to time, a new, random character gets introduced view spoiler and Lois, interviewing him for a job as a cleaner for New Brooms, decides on the spot to offer this total stranger an opportunity to become her business partner to add interior decorating to the business hide spoiler , it s almost a hundred pages til the murder, there s a WI meeting, Cowgill still moons over Lois, Joise stuff, and oh, whatever I gave up at around page 170 and just skimmed the rest No surprises Yawn


  4. Mary Cokenour Mary Cokenour says:

    This first in the series started off as a good, old fashioned British mystery After the murder of nosy old Clem Fitch, that s when the story began to drag and drag Lois Meade runs New Brooms, a cleaning company, and she sometimes helps out Detective Cowgill with information found out via her cleaning people These two characters were in the first series written by author Ann Purser, but I have not read them, and after reading this book, will be very likely not to The reasoning behind the crim This first in the series started off as a good, old fashioned British mystery After the murder of nosy old Clem Fitch, that s when the story began to drag and drag Lois Meade runs New Brooms, a cleaning company, and she sometimes helps out Detective Cowgill with information found out via her cleaning people These two characters were in the first series written by author Ann Purser, but I have not read them, and after reading this book, will be very likely not to The reasoning behind the crime doesn t come out till the very last chapter, so save time, and just read it for a full summary of what the entire book was about


  5. Lalla Lalla says:

    This is one of Ms.Purser s best foray in the series.This story features the return of her oldest son, Douglas The plot involves human trafficking and other newsworthy social problems Ms Purser is ve adept at keeping the stories relevant to the times that we live in.I also enjoyed the description of a historical museem.I would advise to read this series in order as the stories and characters are connected..


  6. Kelly Kelly says:

    Well, it was an interesting book But the main character is not portrayed very sympathetically At least not to my eyes I believe this is a book 1 of a second series with the same characters I have a couple of the other books in both series And I am a sucker for cozy English mysteries, so I ll keep reading.One curious feature happily married main character with grown kids helps a police detective who is a widower in love with her.


  7. Margaret Margaret says:

    Murder on Monday, Terror on Tuesday what do you do when you run out of days of the week Start in on numbers, as in this title.The author s plots are sometimes a bit thin but she does an otherwise excellent job of writing interesting and well paced mysteries.


  8. Lynette Caulkins Lynette Caulkins says:

    Just continuing along in one of my go to cozy mystery series for light reading.


  9. Awallens Awallens says:

    Back by popular demand cleaning lady Lois Meade has sleuthed through a full week, but crime can happen at any hourLois Meade is a working class mum, cleaner extraordinaire, and a part time sleuth But she has her work set out for her when tenants of her rental homestart leaving, frustrated by their neighbor s noisy pet rooster The owner, elderly Clem Fitch, refuses to part with his feathery companion, aptly namedSatan.It s a relief when Lois s son Douglas asks to rent the house But then pec Back by popular demand cleaning lady Lois Meade has sleuthed through a full week, but crime can happen at any hourLois Meade is a working class mum, cleaner extraordinaire, and a part time sleuth But she has her work set out for her when tenants of her rental homestart leaving, frustrated by their neighbor s noisy pet rooster The owner, elderly Clem Fitch, refuses to part with his feathery companion, aptly namedSatan.It s a relief when Lois s son Douglas asks to rent the house But then peculiar things start occurring on Gordon Street When Clem and his pet are founddead, Douglas is one of the prime suspects As landlord, mother, and witness, Lois must take action and flush out the killer who s fouling the Meade name.this book continues the Lois Meade series these are always good for a cute read and I always want to read the next book


  10. Chris Chris says:

    I read the first book in this series, Murder on Monday and thought that many of the weaknesses in plot and characterization were just rookie mistakes, but having jumped to this offering, much later on in the series, I see that nothing has changed Not once, but twice, did characters fail to contact the police once about a serious assault, once about a kidnapping The collective laissez faire attitude about placing oneself and others in danger is off putting No one in the series seems to take I read the first book in this series, Murder on Monday and thought that many of the weaknesses in plot and characterization were just rookie mistakes, but having jumped to this offering, much later on in the series, I see that nothing has changed Not once, but twice, did characters fail to contact the police once about a serious assault, once about a kidnapping The collective laissez faire attitude about placing oneself and others in danger is off putting No one in the series seems to take murder or the need for police involvement seriously It s silly and slapdash And frankly, although I liked Lois s brusque nature in the beginning, by this point in the series, her treatment of her ever helpful and aging mum has become degrading and derogatory I m done with this series


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