Friday, 16 September 2016

Mystery in WhiteMystery in White by J. Jefferson Farjeon
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

On Christmas Eve the train leaving Euston station in London is caught in a snow storm. Some passengers from the third class decide to walk to find the next railway station and hopefully get to their destinations. But thankfully for them they come across a house, an unlocked house with a dining table set for tea. As they try to solve the secrets of the empty house a murder occurs.
Though it was an enjoyable tale I did find the over use of the vernacular annoying at times, and there were times when it was just too much talking nonsense, but this is probably the reflection of the era it was first published - 1937
A NetGalley Book

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