Monday, December 23, 2019

Review: Dressed for Death in Burgundy

Dressed for Death in Burgundy (French Village Mysteries, #2)

Dressed for Death in Burgundy
Susan C. Shea

Katherine Goff, an American expat living in Reigny-sur-Canne, a small village in Burgundy, France, has agreed to take a group of American tourists to a local museum for Sophie Bellegarde, the owner of the local chateau. When they arrive at the museum, they discover a dead body in one of the decorated salons. It doesn't take long to find out that it is the wife of the local butcher. Her death sets the village alight with gossip and innuendo.

Will Katherine and her English friend Pippa, an inspiring mystery writer, who hasn't been able to get to grips with the French language since moving to Burgundy, be able to solve the crime before the police? Or will they become suspects themselves?

Dressed for Death in Burgundy is a solid cozy mystery for anyone who loves a story set in la belle France. It's full of charming characters, village life, and a little romance! Sit back with a glass of wine and enjoy the mysteries of Reigny-sur-Canne.

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