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Poison at Penshaw Hall pre-order on best seller list

I was idly scrolling through’s list of Best Sellers in LGBTQ+ Mystery… and look what I found!

Amazon Best Sellers. LGBTQ+ Mystery list. Poison at Penshaw Hall (A Milverton Mystery) by G B Ralph at position 29.

Poison at Penshaw Hall (The Milverton Mysteries #2) is in position #29, and it’s not due out for another 9 months! (Note, these lists are updated frequently, so it may have jumped around by the time you see this.)

The Kindle ebook of Poison at Penshaw Hall is currently available for pre-order:

Amazon US | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU (NZ)

If you can’t wait that long, the first book in the series, Murder on Milverton Square, is already out (and currently at #6 on the same list on!).

But, if you’re interested in Poison at Penshaw Hall, here’s a bit more about the upcoming book:

Poison at Penshaw Hall (A Milverton Mystery) by G B Ralph. Book cover image and book blurb.

Addison Harper is back, and with another dead body at his feet. Only this time, the entire town saw it happen.

Milverton has been shortlisted for the Terrific Town Award, so a dramatic death at the unveiling ceremony is far from ideal. Addison had only been lending a hand, but now finds himself much more involved than he’d ever hoped. To think his biggest worry before had been his upcoming date with Sergeant Jake Murphy.

As for the Sergeant, he can hardly ignore a hall full of witnesses even if he wanted to. And they’re all pointing the finger at his date, Milverton’s newest arrival, Addison Harper.
Poison at Penshaw Hall (A Milverton Mystery) by G B Ralph. Book cover image and series blurb.

Poison at Penshaw Hall is the latest in a wonderful new cosy mystery series set in an enchanting small town nestled amongst stunning New Zealand scenery.

The Milverton Mysteries features a chaotic cast of local busybodies, delicious baked treats, a demanding and disdainful ginger cat, a very slow-burn romance with a rather appealing policeman, and of course, murder…
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