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Murder at the Hunt Ball

Murder at the Hunt Ball

by Sonia Parin

FBT review:

Step into the glamorous and captivating world of 1920s England with "Murder at the Hunt Ball" by Sonia Parin. This delightful cozy mystery follows the adventures of the charming and witty Evie, Countess of Woodridge, as she navigates her role as a lady detective while managing her other responsibilities.

When Evie finds herself in the midst of an investigation involving threatening letters, her entire family becomes involved, uncovering a mystery within a mystery. As they master the art of observation, a nervous twitch and a murder add to the suspense.

This lighthearted and squeaky clean mystery is perfect for fans of indie books looking for a fun-filled read. Join Evie on her quest to uncover the truth and enjoy the allure of the 1920s era. Get your copy of "Murder at the Hunt Ball" on today!

Publisher Description:

Fun-filled 1920s cozy mystery
A nervous twitch. A threatening letter. A murder.

Henrietta, the Dowager Countess of Woodridge, is on a mission to find Tom Winchester a title. Meanwhile, Evie, the Countess of Woodridge, has been offered a partnership. However, she has reservations about her abilities to juggle the business of being a lady detective and all her other responsibilities. When she finds herself in the midst of an investigation to discover the author of some threatening letters, all her relatives become involved, in the process, mastering the art of observation. Little do they know they are about to uncover a mystery hidden within a mystery.

Squeaky clean lighthearted cozy mystery set in the 1920s

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