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A Bride’s Guide to Marriage and Murder

Saturday, July 2, 2022

A Bride’s Guide to Marriage and Murder (2022) Dianne Freeman (Countess of Harleigh Mystery)

A Brides Guide to Marriage and MurderSet in London in 1900.

I’ve been picking up books, then putting them down, and noe and Murder and it was precisely what I was in the mood to read.

It’s a cozy mystery. This is book five. Main character is getting married. There is a murder. But despite all the ridiculousness of those things piled together, everything comes together and it’s simply an immersive and fun story.

“Then please be so good as to stay very still.”

He removed the lens cover and focused on the watch in his hand, holding one finger in the air. I wished I’d thought to ask him how long we were to remain still as my nose truly wanted a scratch.

“Has Mr. Hazelton returned home?”

“He has and he awaits you in your bedchamber.”

Goodness, that sent a little shiver of delight through me. It was still my wedding day, after all. I was headed for the stairs when it hit me. “I’m afraid I don’t know where my bedchamber is, Jarvis.”

“His own wife?” George looked ill.

“Wives have been known to murder their husbands.”

He clutched at his chest. “And you tell me this on our wedding night?”

I made a dismissive motion. “You probably have nothing to worry about.”

“Probably?” His voice rose on the last syllable.

It was just the story I needed to read.

Publisher: Kensington Books

Rating: 8/10


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