Greer is there to celebrate her friend's wedding and to help out in the elaborate arrangements made at
the various events. It is a posh, upscale wedding, no expenses spared and a murder is not what you would
It casts a pall on the post celebration because we have detectives all over the place and Greer herself
feels that there is more to it than meets the eye, because the entire Whittaker family seems to have secrets
which they have successfully hidden for decades. Whether the wedding was the catalyst for it to all come
breaking down is left to be seen.
This is more or less an amateur detective trying to link clues together with no help from others because
the family themselves want history kept as history. It begins to unravel slowly but this was a slow detective
read not a page turner. The police do not seem to be doing anything at all, and whether it is the influence of
the family or sheer ineptitude I never could find out.
Sent by Crooked Lane Books for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.