A Very English Murder by Verity Bright
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
1920, England. Eleanor Swift's travels round the world have finally come to an end as her uncle has died and she is the new heir to Henley Hall in Little Buckford. After the grueling and long journey to the Hall she goes for an evening walk just as a storm approaches. Unfortunately she witnesses a murder, which the police fail to believe happened, especially when there is no body or blood discovered.
I thought the local police were too ineffectual to be believed, and the guilty party was a bit too obvious. Overall an enjoyable lightweight cozy mystery though I didn't take to Lady Eleanor's character.
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