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By Rebecca Tope | Comments: ( 627 ) | Date: ( Sep 22, 2019 )

Thea Osborne s latest house sitting assignment is a little different to the rest Along with her spaniel, Hepzie, Thea finds herself in the village of Chedworth She is tasked with creating an inventory of Rita Wilshire s possessions, requested by her son, Richard Wilshire, after moving her into a care home All goes to plan, until Thea and her fiance, Drew Slocombe, findThea Osborne s latest house sitting assignment is a little different to the rest Along with her spaniel, Hepzie, Thea finds herself in the village of Chedworth She is tasked with creating an inventory of Rita Wilshire s possessions, requested by her son, Richard Wilshire, after moving her into a care home All goes to plan, until Thea and her fiance, Drew Slocombe, find Richard dead in a barn Was Richard s death suicide Or something sinister


  • Title: Guilt in the Cotswolds
  • Author: Rebecca Tope
  • ISBN: 9780749019044
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Rebecca Tope

Rebecca Tope grew up on a farm and has held a wide variety of jobs, such as pre natal instructor, marriage counselor, and funeral director, all of which have taught her a great deal about human nature In 1992, she founded Praxis Books, a small British press.



Comments Guilt in the Cotswolds

  • Shirley Revill

    Really enjoyed this book and I will be looking for more from this author.Easy to read and hard to put down. Recommended.


  • Pam Baddeley

    The latest edition in the Cotswolds series is an easy page turning read. This time, Thea's fiance Drew Slocombe has obtained her a job that is a change from her usual house-sitting: she is to sift through the belongings of an elderly lady who has arranged her funeral with his green funeral service, and produce an inventory. The trouble is, it's not long before Thea discovers that the elderly lady, now in a residential home, doesn't know her son has engaged her to do this. The son tells her he fe [...]


  • Wendy Hearder-moan

    Two stars is perhaps a bit harsh, but three seems generous. I expect that readers who have been following the series probably enjoyed seeing how Thea and Drew's relationship was developing. However this was the first book I've read in this series and I have no urge to go back and read the previous ones. I thought a "cozy" would make a nice change from what I'd been reading lately, but in fact I found it largely irrelevant and ended up speed-reading just to get it done.


  • Ms Kathryn Pizar

    Not a book that really gripped me.An interesting and different plot based in a lovely part of the country. This is the only book in the series I've read, and gather that Thea house sits and does a bit of detecting on the side. I didn't really warm to her that much. She comes across as feeling guilty about a lot of things, even if there's no reason for her to be. She can also overstep the mark sometimes when she's speaking to people. As her fiance says at one point, "it's all about you"!.There wa [...]


  • Ellen

    Bought for my sister-in-law - who grew up in the Cotswolds - as a quirky Christmas present and, as is always the way, it had to be quality-checked before it went. Not the finest literature I've ever read. Here's a scene between the heroine and hero, who are engaged to be married: "He never indulged in anything that could be remotely described as telephone sex during their nightly conversations, for which she was grateful. It could only lead to frustration and a feeling that something between the [...]


  • Pam

    Have really got into Rebecca Tope's books and enjoyed this one. It was a little different to the usual house sitting stories and one wasn't sure where the plot was heading up to almost the very end.Wonder if there will be any more Thea/Drew stories?


  • Joan

    good readthis was another good story I have read many of the Cotswold books there is a continuity across the story s and leaves one ready to lift the book and read to the end as the plot thickens


  • lindasmouton

    First time readerHave not had the time to read for a while. So picked an author at random. Really enjoyed the storyline, characters and style of writing. Getting ready to down load a feast of books by this author.


  • Jane Watson

    Well it was ok this one, not one of her best though. The story itself seemed very thin with too much angsting of the main characters and a complicated family tree which I got a bit confused with. Perhaps time to retire these characters?


  • Ted Venn

    IntriguingA gentle story set in actual surroundings. Written in such a way that the reader could well be there along with the characters.


  • sue_pursallyahoo.co.uk

    WierdWeird story very confusing could have been a lot shorter, rather disappointed really seemed it confused it self by the end.


  • Claire

    Good storyline although a bit confusing at times. Liked the reference to Chipping Sodbury.


  • Deborah Morgan

    The author has made some definite changes to the lead character in this book, she is nowhere near as awful as usual and even when she is, she does seem to realise it and try to make amends.


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