When a popular soap maker dies in the middle of her own launch party, the girls must find out who did it. The answer seems simple. In the victim's hand was a napkin with a handwritten note: The Butler did it. They have their killer. There's just one problem; there are four butlers, each one claiming that he's innocent. Did one of them do it? Or, is there more to this case?
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Recreation Therapist by day, avid reader by night. Mother of 2, and lover of the outdoors; fishing , hunting , nature walks and snowmobiling
This book was a pleasure to listen to, the characters were human and their emotions shone through. A successful business woman dies at her own dinner party and Pippa Langham sets out to find the killer. Even the police are having trouble finding the guilty person.
I love a good mystery and this one was interesting and enjoyable to sleuth along with Pippa.
Yes, I enjoyed the book and a variation of the detective novels I have started to get back into. A variation because its a large team of detectives investigating instead of one or as a part of the team in the usual detective novel.
Difference to the normal novel raises my interest and intrigues me, the hardest thing to do in genre especially one as settled as the murder mystery one and her we have a little bit of a feminine tilt that makes it more thoughtful and increasing the communication of the characters. No strong silent types here
By the use of the team, each have their own skills and personalities and that makes it more believable, instead of using drone 3rd party characters you get more lifelike and realistic insight into the mystery world
Nope, the narrator gave it enough tension and emotion to bring the words to life.
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