Monday, March 16, 2020

Review: Four Funerals and Maybe a Wedding

Four Funerals and Maybe a Wedding (Her Royal Spyness #12)

Four Funerals and Maybe a Wedding
Rhys Bowen

Lady Georgiana Rannoch is looking forward to her wedding to Irishman Darcy O'Mara. She only wishes he wouldn't disappear off to work so often and that they could find an affordable place to live in London once they are married. Just in the nick of time, Georgiana's godfather offers his estate to the couple. He's often away in exotic locations, and if the couple moves in it will no longer lie empty. But the estate isn't how Georgiana remembers it from her childhood. The once tidy grounds and the well-run house are both in the hands of an incompetent group of servants, who seem more than a little fishy to Georgiana.

When her mother and grandfather finally arrive along with her maid Queenie, she will have some help trying to uncover what the servants have been up to during her godfather's absence. This is, if they don't get themselves in over their heads.

This was the first book I've read in this series by Rhys Bowen, but I know it won't be the last. It was such a fun book, filled with charming characters and a plot that made it a good whodunit. Now that I have read Four Funerals and Maybe a Wedding, I can't wait to see what mysteries await Georgiana in other volumes of this series.

This review was originally written by me for City Book Review.

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