Saturday, November 6, 2021

A Lesson in Murder (A Lady Eleanor Swift Mystery Book 7) by Verity Bright

Miss Swift lost both her parents at an early age.  She was sent to a girl's school by her uncle.  She never imaged coming back,  but she was requested as a speaker as she had travelled the world on a bicycle.

Bookouture and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you).  It has been published so you can get a copy now.

While she's on stage waiting to speak, some bells go off and they find a teacher dead in the library.  It was her favorite teacher.  She starts asking questions and looking for the killer.  The cop warns her off, but she doesn't listen.

They invite her to stay and take over the class.  She agrees.  It turns into fun for her.

She and the cop compare notes.  He can't tell her everything but she gets the idea.  Then the music teacher dies.

She keeps looking and asking questions until she gets too close to the killer.  Will she survive?

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