It wasn't the rain that upset Carole Seddon during her walk on the West Sussex Downs. It wasn't the dilapidated barn in which she was forced to seek ... Show synopsis It wasn't the rain that upset Carole Seddon during her walk on the West Sussex Downs. It wasn't the dilapidated barn in which she was forced to seek shelter. No, what upset her most was the human skeleton she discovered there...So begins the second investigation for strait-laced Carole and her more laid-back neighbour Jude. This time their enquiries take them away from Fethering to the small download hamlet of Weldsham, where gossips quickly identify the corpse as Tamsin Lutteridge, a young woman who disappeared from the village months before...'Simon Brett has got into his stride with his second book in the "Fethering Mysteries" series...His light touch produces an enjoyable mystery.' - Susanna Yager, "Sunday Telegraph". 'Welcome return for Brett's lady sleuths...As crime gets a harder edge, it's refreshing to have an amiable light-hearted tale, which makes the most of wit and atmosphere. A gentle stroll down mystery lane.' - "Yorkshire Post". 'One of the exceptional detective-story writers around.' - "Daily Telegraph"