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Sunday, March 28, 2021

The Bodies At Westgrave Hall by Nick Louth

In the heart of the Surrey countryside, you dont expect to find a construction like Westgrave Hall. It sounds like a country manor and that was what it originally was. Now owned by a Russian oligarch it is hosting a party for a thousand people, the likes of which this quiet village has not seen. Fortunately for all, the police were always in attendance when complaints started pouring in regarding the noise, the blocked street and when the shooting started, amidst the fireworks, three of the principal people were left dead with no trace of how the murderer got in or got out. Trying to work their way through a thousand reluctant guests, the Russians trying to outwit and hide all information possible, the hierarchy in the British intelligence not wanting to start a war and hindering the local bobbies from doing their work, was never going to get the job done of finding our murderer. Shades of humour in plenty, lots to ogle at of how the other half lives, and a clever, scheming murderer who almost got away. Sent by Canelo for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.


  1. Sounds like it would definitely not be boring! New to me author.

  2. This one looks like a unique plot and well worth reading!