A Lesson in Murder is a totally unputdownable historical cozy mystery
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What buyers say about A Lesson in Murder is a totally unputdownable historical cozy mystery
It is possible to read just one more chapter before you sleep, because the chapters are short to medium in length.
I am very excited to see if this is up to the description, I am a huge fan of Agatha Christie and T.E. Kinsey, and if this is as good as it claims to be.
It was a great read and I loved how Eleanor and Clifford went about their detective work.
It is a perfect book to read curled in front of the fire or lying on the beach, it is filled with suspense, mystery and suspense, and it is absolutely perfect to read.
The mystery of her parents' disappearance when Eleanor was only nine years old remains an intriguing ongoing subplot, and this was excellent and in my opinion the best in the series to date.