A Share in Death by Deborah Crombie is the story of Detective Inspector Duncan Kincaid's week long holiday at a Yorkshire time share. The location seems ideal and peaceful at first. And while Kincaid does feel out of his element - he is trying to embrace the country slow life and enjoy his holiday. He visits the local village, takes a hike and even meets the other residents in residence that week at the time share.
The second morning of Kincaid's vacation dawns bright and full of promise. Deciding to go for an early morning swim - he discovers a dead body floating in the jacuzzi. The local police chock the death up to a suicide but Kincaid thinks otherwise. Soon, once another body shows up dead, he is certain that there is a killer among the people currently at the time share.
Kincaid spends the remainder of his vacation getting to know the residents and employees of the time share and tries to ferret out the killer. This book is full of interesting twists and I was a little surprised by the identity of the killer. I also loved the English setting of the book. I'm curious enough about the main characters to give the next book in this series a go.