Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Death by the Book

I'd been waiting for a good mystery so I'm glad this came to me at the time it did! I noticed right away that this was the second in a series (the Drew Farthering series) but like any good mystery series worth its salt, it hardly mattered that I had never read the first one.

Drew Farthering a dapper Englishman with a wealthy estate and penchant for crime novels wants nothing more than to marry his American sweetheart and enjoy the summer of '32. Unfortunately, a murderer has other plans and is killing off people associated with Drew. Farthering finds himself doing a bit of sleuthing on his own and trying to aid the police where he can before the murderer kills him, or worse, the love of his life.

Set in the quaint English countryside this mystery is filled with bundles of charm and jolly good fun. It keeps you guessing right up til the end and is perfect for fans of historical pieces and mysteries.

I received this book for free from Bethany House in return for my honest, unbiased opinion.

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