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Murder at the Vacant House! By Lyndia Glover
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It had been quite some time since anyone had lived in the Livingston house at 5901 Ridgeway Road in London. Due to neglect, it was in a sad state of disrepair. No one went near it anymore. There... More > were even rumors it was haunted. Wayne Abbington was in the business of buying old houses and fixing them up to rent. He made a handsome living doing this. Wayne decided to buy the Livingston house. Little did he know the grisly secret it held! Detective Cheerie of Scotland Yard (large male cream colored cat) would arrive on the scene to solve the mystery! **Watch for new books!" Eighty-fifth book in the series.< Less
The Corpse in a Greenhouse! By Lyndia Glover
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In London every day in the summer of 2010 was stifling hot. I (Bentley Brighton) spent numerous hours working on my next murder mystery novel. My constant companion Detective Cheerie (large male... More > cream color cat) has so much fur he seldom wanted out on the balcony. Usually he enjoys watching the birds, but he preferred the cooler air of our townhouse too. Finally, on October 11, the temperature was a cool autumn day. Detective Cheerie and I were enjoying a day in his favorite park. My iPhone rang, it was Professor Higgins. We had met had a horticulture lecture he gave soon after I moved to London. I have always had a love of flowers. Professor Higgins invited Detective Cheerie and me to lunch. He had a new species of exotic orchids that he thought would be of interest to me. Detective Cheerie always enjoys exploring the spacious greenhouse. But, this time he would make a grisly discovery! **Seventy-eighth book in the series.** Copyrighted 2014. Watch for new books!< Less
Corpse in a Greenhouse! By Lyndia Glover
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In London every day in the summer of 2010 was stifling hot. I (Bentley Brighton) spent numerous hours working on my next murder mystery novel. My constant companion Detective Cheerie (large male... More > cream color cat) has so much fur he seldom wanted out on the balcony. Usually he enjoys watching the birds, but he preferred the cooler air of our townhouse too. Finally, on October 11, the temperature was a cool autumn day. Detective Cheerie and I were enjoying a day in his favorite park. My iPhone rang, it was Professor Higgins. We had met had a horticulture lecture he gave soon after I moved to London. I have always had a love of flowers. Professor Higgins invited Detective Cheerie and me to lunch. He had a new species of exotic orchids that he thought would be of interest to me. Detective Cheerie always enjoys exploring the spacious greenhouse. But, this time he would make a grisly discovery! **Seventy-eighth book in the series.** Copyrighted 2014. Watch for new books!< Less
Body in the Old Well! By Lyndia Glover
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On July 19, 2004, just on the outskirts of London in the small farming community of Faversham a farmer makes a grisly discovery. He dropped the worn wooden bucket down into the old water well. The... More > bucket kept hitting something. When the farmer finally looked down into the water to his horror he sees a man's corpse! Scotland Yard becomes involved in the murder case. Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat)is working on a missing person case. Seymour Ketelbey has suddenly disappeared from London. Will Detective Cheerie be able to locate him? Or is Seymour Ketelbey a victim of murder? Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard knows that Detective Cheerie will find the murder weapon. I(Bentley Brighton)am Detective Cheerie's human. The game is afoot and I know that my highly intelligent partner will find the murderer! His uncanny knack for finding clues and evidence is invaluable to Scotland Yard. **Sixty-ninth book in the series.** Watch for new books!< Less
Body in the Old Well! By Lyndia Glover
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On July 19, 2004, just on the outskirts of London in the small farming community of Faversham a farmer makes a grisly discovery. He dropped the worn wooden bucket down into the old water well. The... More > bucket kept hitting something. When the farmer finally looked down into the water to his horror he sees a man's corpse! Scotland Yard becomes involved in the murder case. Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat)is working on a missing person case. Seymour Ketelbey has suddenly disappeared from London. Will Detective Cheerie be able to locate him? Or is Seymour Ketelbey a victim of murder? Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard knows that Detective Cheerie will find the murder weapon. I(Bentley Brighton)am Detective Cheerie's human. The game is afoot and I know that my highly intelligent partner will find the murderer! His uncanny knack for finding clues and evidence is invaluable to Scotland Yard. **Sixty-ninth book in the series.** Watch for new books!< Less
The Dragon Tattoo Clue! By Lyndia Glover
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Weatherford Park in London was where I (Bentley Brighton) and my unusual partner (Detective Cheerie of Scotland Yard - large male cream colored cat) usually walked every day. We had a favorite bench... More > we sat on after our walks around the park. The large tree nearby shaded us from the hot August sun. Cheerie enjoys watching the birds in it's branches. August 12, 2000 was a stifling hot muggy day. The air was so heavy with humidity that it was difficult to even breathe. It was on that day that Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard received the call of a homicide at 6:00 P. M. The murder was committed at Weatherford Park. Inspector Jiles immediately called me and wanted Detective Cheerie to be at the crime scene for the investigation. When I said, "The game is afoot!" Cheerie raced to the door and was ready to go. When we arrived at the gates to Weatherford Park, I said, "I wonder if the victim is anyone we know," hoping that it wasn't. **Fifty-first book in the series.** Watch for new books!< Less
Almost a Watery Grave! By Lyndia Glover
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Lake Abbotsford is one of the numerous lakes in the London area. Since I (Bentley Brighton) am a writer and not a sportsman I seldom visit the lake. Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard is an avid... More > fisherman. He often invites me to join him. My partner Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) loves to visit the lake. He chases squirrels and leaves blowing. On September 25, 2008 we drove to Lake Abbotsford. The leaves were very colorful. Detective Cheerie ran after a rust colored leaf. He hates being wet, so was ignoring the water. An eerie misty fog now covered the lake. Suddenly, Detective Cheerie ran to the end of Pier 13. He stood looking at the water for a moment and jumped in. I screamed, "Cheerie! Cheerie!, but I couldn’t see him in the fog. I knew he was a powerful swimmer, but today the waves pounded Pier 13. I wondered, is my dearest friend gone forever in the murky water? Seventy-third book in the series. *Watch for new books*< Less
Almost a Watery Grave! By Lyndia Glover
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Lake Abbotsford is one of the numerous lakes in the London area. Since I (Bentley Brighton) am a writer and not a sportsman, I seldom visit the lake. Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard is an avid... More > fisherman. He often invites me to join him. My partner Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) loves to visit the lake. He chases squirrels and leaves blowing. On September 25, 2008 we drove to Lake Abbotsford. The leaves were very colorful. Detective Cheerie ran after a rust colored leaf. He hates being wet, so was ignoring the water. An eerie misty fog now covered the lake. Suddenly, Detective Cheerie ran to the end of Pier 13. He stood looking at the water for a moment and jumped in. I screamed, "Cheerie! Cheerie!, but I couldn't see him in the fog. I know he is a powerful swimmer, but today the waves pounded Pier 13. I wondered, is my special friend gone forever in the murky water? Seventy-third book in the series. *Watch for new books*< Less
Death by a Cobra! By Lyndia Glover
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Ms. Sylvie Tiverton had a lifelong love of pets. In 1990 she opened the Cherished Pets store in London. Each animal was very special to her. After making certain a family requesting a pet met her... More > strict qualifications she handed them the pet. When she reached 75 years of age it was time for retirement. She was tired and planned to enjoy her golden years relaxing. After the last pet was adopted to a loving home she went to her small office for lunch. That was her last day alive. She was murdered in a most bizarre way. It was up to Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) to solve the case! **Fifty-fifth book in the series** Watch for new books.< Less
Murder at the Opera! By Lyndia Glover
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The society column of the London Times includes details about the richest people. In their large manor homes they entertain only the nobility. The winter months are crowded with news about lavish... More > balls. My constant companion Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) and I(Bentley Brighton) enjoy each day reading about them and viewing the photographs. Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard gave us tickets to the opening night of Phantom of the Opera at the Metropolitan Opera House in London. Since Detective Cheerie is a member of Scotland Yard he was allowed to attend the opera. In the lobby Lord and Lady Van Beek greeted us. They were well aware of the numerous murder cases Detective Cheerie has solved. To our horror, before the night is over, Lord Van Beek is murdered! Will Detective Cheerie be able to solve the most important case of his career? **Watch for new books!** Eighty-fourth book in the series.< Less