Heirs and Assigns: A new British country house murder mystery series (Herbert Reardon Historical Mysteries)
November, 1928. Family and friends have gathered at the Shropshire country home of Penrose Llewellyn to celebrate the retired wealthy businessman’s 60th birthday. But the morning after what should have been a convivial supper party, their host is found dead in his bed – and the circumstances look decidedly suspicious.
As he questions the victim’s nearest and dearest, DI Reardon discovers there are several longstanding secrets lurking amongst the Llewellyn clan – and he is convinced that not everyone is telling him the truth, or at least not the whole truth. Those who stand to inherit most from Pen Llewellyn’s will – if it can be found – are under the strongest suspicion, and among them hides a ruthless killer.
“Readers will be as keen as the inspector to see how the case develops” (Publishers Weekly)"This delightful British country-house mystery features a clever plot, captivating characters, and authentic period detail.” (Booklist)“Plenty of suspects and unexpected twists.” (Kirkus Reviews)“Will delight fans of the TV series Downton Abbey and authors Simon Brett and Kate Kingsbury” (Library Journal Starred Review)"Downton Abbey fans rejoice! This is a book not to be missed. The writing is so evocative of the time, that one can almost hear the characters speaking. Great read!" (C. Sharbrough, Librarian) Introducing Detective Inspector Herbert Reardon in a new mystery series, set in the Downton Abbey period.
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