Thrilled to be part of the blog tour and share with you my review today for the second book in this wonderful cozy mystery series. Many thanks to Rachel for my invitation and to Alice Castle for this delightful story💜
The Girl in the Gallery
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to Dulwich…
It’s a perfect summer’s morning in the plush south London suburb, and thirty-something Beth Haldane has sneaked off to visit one of her favourite places, the world-famous Picture Gallery.
She’s enjoying a few moments’ respite from juggling her job at prestigious private school Wyatt’s and her role as single mum to little boy Ben, when she stumbles across a shocking new exhibit on display. Before she knows it, she’s in the thick of a fresh, and deeply chilling, investigation.
Who is The Girl in the Gallery? Join Beth in adventure #2 of the London Murder Mystery series as she tries to discover the truth about a secret eating away at the very heart of Dulwich.
4 Clever & Cozy Stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟
do you ever wonder when you’re reading these mystery series set in a small town what you would really think if you kept running across dead bodies? And what would the rest of the people in the town think? This time Beth Discovers a dead body in a picture Gallery… The body is splayed out and in plain sight pretending to be a museum display….
This was a good old fashion murder mystery… Beth is once again on the case working with Detective York… I really do like Beth and I like her interactions with the detective, her best friend Katie, and her daughter… I also like how this old fashion mystery has a bit of a contemporary vibe with the very current teenage issues… really adds another layer to the story and is handled extremely well…
My amateur detective skills were definitely put to the test in this book… filled with many twists and turns I had no idea who the bad guy in this one was… a small town filled with so many eccentric characters giving you so many suspects, leaving you scratching your head and thinking… who done it?
this is the second book in this cozy mystery series, but it could absolutely be read as a standalone… filled with everything you want in a cozy mystery, wonderful characters, a charming setting, and a twisty mystery… absolutely recommend to fans of this genre!
*** many thanks to the author and Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for my copy of this book ***
Purchase Link – http://www.MyBook.to/GirlintheGallery
Meet Alice Castle
– Before turning to crime, Alice Castle was a UK newspaper journalist for The Daily Express, The Times and The Daily Telegraph. Her first book, Hot Chocolate, set in Brussels and London, was a European hit and sold out in two weeks.
Death in Dulwich was published in September 2017 and has been a number one best-seller in the UK, US, Canada, France, Spain and Germany. A sequel, The Girl in the Gallery was published in December 2017 to critical acclaim. Calamity in Camberwell, the third book in the London Murder Mystery series, will be published this summer, with Homicide in Herne Hill due to follow in early 2019. Alice is currently working on the fifth London Murder Mystery adventure. Once again, it will feature Beth Haldane and DI Harry York.
Alice is also a mummy blogger and book reviewer via her website: https://www.alicecastleauthor.com
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