Monday, April 17, 2023

Book Review for Murder at St. Saviour's by @MerrynWrites

"There was nothing concrete about this case, as Ridley had said. Possibilities beckoned from the shadows, but they were only possibilities. It was frustrating in the extreme and Flora wished she didn’t care." - Excerpt from Murder at St. Saviour's 

Flora and her beau, Jack, find themselves involved in another sleuthing mission. But, of course, what else is there to do to keep busy in a small town? With that said, our main stars have busy lives even when people in Abbeymead aren't being knocked off. 

Flora runs a bookstore she inherited from her aunt Violet, and Jack is a crime novelist. The two of them certainly make an excellent pair of curious minds. When the bells of the local church sound in an odd manner, the two of them put off their plans to check out what's going on. They end up stumbling on the scene of a murder--but they are not the only ones. There are others present, but do any of them have motive to want the church's bell-ringer dead? 

What follows is a search for the truth as the duo sleuth around the small town and even take to the streets of London trying to solve the mystery. It soon becomes clear that people are keeping secrets, but which one resulted in murder? And will Flora's and Jack's nosiness get them into trouble with the killer?

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Read and reviewed by CAROLYN ARNOLD. Expressions and opinions are her own. She is an international bestselling and award-winning author, as well as a speaker, teacher, and inspirational mentor. She has several continuing fiction series and has many published books. Her genre diversity offers her readers everything from cozy mysteries, police procedurals, and thrillers to action adventures.