Murder at Westminster by Magda Alexander - 1920s historical cozy
I seem to be choosing more and more historical or vintage mystery books lately. Not a conscious decision but just
seem to be drifting into that genre more and more.
Kitty Worthington is drawn into a murder investigation when someone dear to her and her sister Sebastian - is the
suspect in a murder of member of the nobility. His uncle and he did not get on at all, he despised his uncle and vice
versa so it did not bode well for him when he could not provide an alibi for his whereabouts. Taken in by London detectives
it is upto Kitty and her team assisted by Scotland Yard Inspector Crawford to try to find out what happened to the
Romance, murder, the suffrage movement all highlighted in this story. Women's lib movement at the fore which made for
an interesting side story.
The detection hindered by 1920s traditions of women's place but Kitty with the support of her family shoulders on full
Very good reading and an author I will be looking out for.
Sent by Hearts Afire Publishing for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.