"A double death for your end," predicts the fortune teller at Lady Braden's garden party. Is it second sight? Or something more sinister?
In this unorthodox murder mystery from 1930, suspicion and mistrust seep through the village, threatening reputations and jeopardizing love affairs, but in the unconventional ending all receive their just deserts.
Twice Dead is one of only a handful of crime novels by this flamboyant and witty author better known for her schoolgirls' fiction (eg The Honour of the House)