Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Review: Murder in an Irish Cottage

Murder in an Irish Cottage (Irish Village Mystery #5)

Murder in an Irish Cottage
Carlene O'Connor

Siobhán and her fiance Macdara, both members of the Gardaí, the Irish police, are called to a small village by Macdara's cousin Jane, who seems to be in a panic. When they arrive at the cottage, Jane shares with her mother Ellen; they find Ellen is dead. Has she been poisoned? According to Jane, everyone in the village disliked Ellen. The cottage itself seemed to be the problem. The villagers wanted to tear it down, fearing fairies haunted it. But Ellen wasn't prepared to move. Siobhán and Macdara think there could be more to the story, and even though the case isn't in their district, that isn't going to stop them from investigating the death of a family member.

Cozy mystery fans will love this village murder mystery. Not only is it well written, but it's also full of fun characters, folklore as well as lots of twists and turns. A satisfying read indeed. So, make a cup of tea and sit back and enjoy the search for a killer. Hopefully, you will enjoy this one as much as I did. It left me waiting for another installment.

Thanks to Goodreads and Kensington Books for allowing me to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

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