An Ivy Beasley Mystery – The Hangman’s Row Enquiry

As promised, here is the first book from Ivy Beasley Mysteries.  The title is The Hangman’s Row Enquiry. This will be the first of a series to be published on 10 May 2010.  Click on the book cover for the book’s summary.

22 thoughts on “An Ivy Beasley Mystery – The Hangman’s Row Enquiry

  1. Do you know if your Ivy Beasley series will be available for the Kindle? I am currently reading Warning at One on my Kindle and it is wonderful (your book and the Kindle)!

    • Thanks for your message – yes, Ivy will be available on Kindle! I am tempted to get a Kindle reader myself, but now I certainly shall. Happy reading! Ann P

  2. i love your work just finished warning at one now reading tradgedy at two ive read all the others cant wait to read some more keep up the good work

  3. I am about 3/4 of the way through Hangman’s Row. When will the 2nd in the series be out? I hope it will be soon. Thanks for a good read, Jan
    P.S. I have read & enjoyed all the Lois Mead books.Jr

    • Many thanks, Jan, for your message. So glad you are enjoying Hangman`s Row! Ivy is keeping my nose to the grindstone, and the next one will be out 2011. The story is actually finished now, and with the publishers. It will be titled (I`m fairly sure) The Measby Murder Enquiry, and should be out in the spring. Good wishes – Ann P.

  4. Just finished reading Hangman’s Row Enquiry. LOVED IT. One of the best books. I read it within a week and that is something for me. Can’t wait for the next one.

  5. My daughter Octavia is aged 12 – an avid reader and has just read The Hangman. She pesters me to order her books whilst she’s at school – so I need to know Now how soon other books in the series will become available, from which shops, for how much, when I need to take out another mortgage to pay for all these……..etc!!
    Ryta Prentice, mother

    • Nice to hear from you and your daughter! I am so glad you are enjoying Ivy and her team – the second in the Ivy Beasley series will be out soon – The Measby Murder Enquiry – and is another exciting adventure for the unlikely foursome. The Lois Meade series is continuing with Threats at Three coming out in December. I am not sure of the US prices, but previously the hardbacks are 23.99 US dollars, and paperbacks are 7.99.

      Happy shopping and reading! – regards from Ann P

  6. Have just finished reading The Hangman’s Row Enquiry. OK for a holiday read but not so enjoyable as the Lois Meade stories. Roys age seems to be a bit in question

    • Glad Ivy`s adventure enlivened your holiday! Another Lois Meade coming out in December – Threats at Three – and a second Ivy next year. re Roy`s age, I think of him as “elderly” – so much kinder than “old”. Apologies if there is an actual discrepancy in years.

  7. I would like to Thank You for your lovely writing. A friend in England had sent me one of your Round Ringford books and I then had to get all of them. I am near the end of ‘Mixed Doubles’ and am now reading very slowly, as I do with all books I love, because I do not want it to end. I know you have ‘The Hangman’s Row Enquiry’ out and I have ordered it. And, I do not know how ‘Mixed Doubles’ ends, but I love this town and it’s people. Will you ever write another book for this series?
    Thank You1

  8. I would like to Thank You for your lovely writing. A friend in England had sent me one of your Round Ringford books and I then had to get all of them. I am near the end of ‘Mixed Doubles’ and am now reading very slowly, as I do with all books I love, because I do not want it to end. I know you have ‘The Hangman’s Row Enquiry’ out and I have ordered it. And, I do not know how ‘Mixed Doubles’ ends, but I love this town and it’s people. Will you ever write another book for this series?
    Thank You!

    • Karen – no need to apologise – I am very happy to have such nice messages twice! I`d love to hear what you think of Mixed Doubles ending. I wept!

  9. In Hangman’s Row Enquiry why is the name Beattie alternately spelled Beatty?
    Just noticed that and wondered. So far I love the book-wish I had more time to read!

    • Thank you, Jeanne, for your message – I admit to a confusion with Beattie and Beatty! Her name is Beatrice Beatty … Sorry!

      Glad you`re enjoying the story. Ann P.

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