Friday, August 12, 2016

Murder On A Summer's Day by France's Brody. Review

When Maharajah Narayan goes missing with a woman off ill repute while visiting England , Kate Shakelton is called upon to assist The East India company in locating  him. Kate is a charming character who is smart and funny and the perfect person for this job as she has a keen eye for a mystery and has a reputation of always "catching her man" . The plot of this story is a very interesting one, a missing person from royal descent who suddenly vanishes on holiday amid rumours he is about to marry someone completely unsuitable, gripping reading! 
The characters here are intriguing and the story is full of twists and turns and just when you think you know what's going ... Ha!!! No you don't! 
I really enjoyed the historical aspects of the story , England and India have had a colourful past together and I think the way it was weaved into the story was terrific  . 

This is a cozy mystery to keep you guessing set in England with main character Kate Shakelton . This is book 5 in this series. If you like a strong female lead character then this is the book for you !
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