A Royal Murder A Lady Eleanor Swift Book No. 9 by Verity Bright
Lady Eleanor is no ordinary detective. She along with her team at home ably headed by her butler Clifford
and with the support of Chief Detective Seldon are able to solve any crime. When a minor Royal is found murdered
at the Regatta in broad view of hundreds of people, both Eleanor and Hugh realize that it is an insider job.
However from the beginning the Royal Police headed by the insufferable Sir Percival is intent on side lining Seldon
and very "reluctantly" drags in Lady Eleanor to conduct a discreet investigaiton into five suspects he thinks
are probable murderers.
Investigations continue with Seldon silently supporting Lady Eleanor and it is only at the end, that she realises
that she has been given a few red herrings and lead on a wild goose chase by the erstwhile Sir Percival for his own
It had a very surprising twist in the tale which is always there in the series and together with Clifford
the domestic troupe, the fabulous food and Gladstone all make up for fantastic light reading.
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