Number 14 in the series. Still very chirpy, different, slightly eccentric and
definitely not in the common way.
This is a murder mystery and always Lady Eleanor gets roped in, dropped in call it
what you may in unusual circumstances, very often not of her seeking. The characters
are all out of the ordinary. From her butler Clifford, to her dog Gladstone whom she
takes to all events, even her household staff are full of character. It all adds to
the liveliness of the story which takes it from the gruesome viciousness of modern
murder stories, though murder is murder of course.
This one with the backdrop of Manhattan, gangs, upper class speak easies as well as
all the machinations behind high finance and high society in Manhattan. Murders too
and the detective work to solve them.
Very easy Reading.
Sent by Bookouture for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.