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There's no such thing as privacy in the tiny village of Birdswing. Everywhere Dr. Benjamin Bones turns, someone is spying from a window, listening through a wall, or gossiping over a garden fence. "The birds sing in Birdswing," says the vicar, Father Cotterill; and in February 1940, this is more true than ever. Waiting for Hitler to make his move and turn this "Phony War" into the real thing, Ben's fellow villagers are desperate for a distraction. But his blossoming affair with Lady Juliet must remain absolutely secret. So when a seemingly trifling "case" arises—a love letter misplaced for almost 30 years, still in search of its intended recipient—Ben and Juliet jump at the chance to investigate, simply to steal a bit of time together. But as they try to deliver the letter, they discover two lonely people who might get a second chance at love...through the magic of Cornwall.

Author's Note: This novella takes place after Dr. Bones and the Christmas Wish. For optimal pleasure, please listen to in the following order:

    1. Marriage Can Be Murder
    2. Divorce Can Be Deadly
    3. Dr. Bones and the Christmas Wish
    4. Dr. Bones and the Lost Love Letter

©2017 on Stephanie Abbott (P)2017 Stephanie Abbott

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where is this series going ? I enjoyed the first two books. The short Christmas story was ok. In this short story ? there really is no story, no mystery and a strong woman and interesting man acting like junior high students hiding from the teacher. The mysterious Cornwell world of spirits / ferries is interesting and would be a great addition to a good story.