The Murder of Lady Malvern
A delightful page-turner! ~ Review by M.L
I thoroughly enjoyed The Murder of Lady Malvern, a clever Jules Poiret Mystery. There is nothing cliché about this murder mystery, though it is written in a charming, old-style classical mystery tone, reminiscent of Agatha Christie and with all the suspense of Daphne du Maurier. The main character, a brilliant detective, is witty, sharp as a tack and quite refreshing and charming.
The story line and mystery being solved in this book is a classic “who killed the rich lady”. The author kept me guessing around every turn and I liked being kept hanging. The supporting characters and suspects in this mystery were compelling, well-written and delightful.
I look forward to reading the further adventures of Jules Poiret. I anticipate the next set of stories will be equally adventurous and will hopefully be just as entertaining. Thank you, Frank Howell Evans, for an enjoyable and refreshing read. I hope to read more of your work in the future.
Book Description: Read The Murder of Lady Malvern if you like Downton Abbey or Agatha Christie.
Famous detective Jules Poiret and his friend Captain Haven are invited to the birthday party of Lady Malvern. Poiret's joy of seeing his old friend again is short lived when Lady Malvern is murdered. Poiret takes this murder to heart and vows revenge.
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