Two vintage mystery reads was I fear a bit much, however nice they are.
Lady Eleanor along with her butler Clifford and the entire menagerie is good in small doses.
Celebrations for the Kings birthday are on in full glory. No holds barred with decor and street parties and food. A committee is in charge and Lady Eleanor is on it. But dark undercurrents abound, and when one member is found murdered, strangled with bunting, followed by another bashed on his head with the ceremonial plaque no less along with anti royal calling cards, the big guns are called in to stop these anarchist arising before the celebrations.
The story is a rather long one going into one man’s sad, past history and nothing to do with royalty which was a real red herring and put detectives off track. Very descriptive of the surroundings always this went from this little quaint village to a rather dreary mining village in wales.
This was a pleasant, light read with plenty of humour and nice varied characters to add range to the story.
Sent by Bookouture for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.