By Ashley Weaver
Edgar Award-shortlisted writer Ashley Weaver returns with A so much Novel Revenge, the captivating subsequent instalment within the pleasant Nineteen Thirties Amory Ames secret series
“A friendly reminder of Golden Age mysteries that maintain you guessing until eventually the denouement.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Fascinating and classy characters fill out a finely tuned conventional mystery.” —Publishers Weekly
“Well, darling, who do you think will ensue useless this time?”
With homicide investigations at the back of them and their marriage finally on regular flooring, Amory and Milo Ames intend to wintry weather quietly in Italy. The couple reveals their plans derailed, even though, whilst Amory gets an pressing summons to the English nation-state from her cousin Laurel. At Lyonsgate, the rustic residence of Laurel’s good friend Reginald Lyons, Amory and Milo are shocked to find an eccentric and extraordinary workforce of site visitors have additionally been invited, led through the infamous socialite Isobel Van Allen.
After years of social exile, Isobel has again to England to put in writing a sequel to her scandalous first e-book, the thinly fictionalized account of a excessive society homicide on the very nation residence to which the Ameses were referred to as. Her moment incriminating quantity, she warns the house’s occupants—all of whom have been current while certainly one of their partners used to be killed years ago—will inform every thing that actually occurred that fateful evening. yet a few secrets and techniques are supposed to remain buried, and while a determined individual turns to homicide, it’s as much as Amory and Milo to kind via an online of scandal and lies to discover the reality, and the identification of a killer.
Also out now within the Amory Ames mysteries: Murder on the Brightwell and Death Wears a Mask
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