Jack the Ripper lives again!
While on vacation in Bermuda, Jessica Fletcher is surprised to hear the local population is abuzz over a trio of murders, each bearing an eerie resemblance to the 1888 Jack the Ripper killings.
Jessica dismisses the panicked chatter as just that - until her friend Thomas Betterton's niece is found dead on the beach after a party. And when Scotland Yard Inspector George Sutherland arrives to investigate, Jessica can't help but get involved - an act that brings her dangerously close to a killer....
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My favorite "Murder She Wrote" books (and TV series episodes) are the ones where she travels. In this story Jessica is in Bermuda.
There is a good "who done it". I didn't guess the solution ahead of time. The setting on the beach in Bermuda is beautiful. If you live in an area that has cold, snowy winters (as I do), this book would be a perfect literary "escape" to read in January or February.
This is an "easy read" that will entertain you if you are a fan of this series.
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