A Merry Little Murder

A Merry Little Murder

Christmas 1923.

It's the first Christmas without Aunt Agatha and Violet is having a hard time finding the will to be bright or young. Her brother, Victor, is determined to cheer her up , so he arranges a party between friends to brighten their holidays.

When a body is discovered, Detective Inspector Jack Wakefield is on hand. Their romance may be a off-kilter, but he knows them well enough to be sure neither twin killed the victim. So just who killed this person and why? In finding the killer, will Jack and Violet also discover just what the future holds for them?

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    A Merry Little Murder Reviews

  • Linda Sharp

    Love this series with Violett and Victor ....

  • QNPoohBear

    It's Christmastime and Vi is feeling very blue. She's really missing Aunt Agatha and the senseless way her beloved mother-figure died. Even all her money can't help. Vic is concerned about his twin an...

  • Elizabeth

    This series is beginning to grow on me. Once again, this book ended abruptly and there was too much chit-chat between the characters. And again, the murderer was someone on the peripheral, a character...

  • Vintagebooklvr

    A fun story with holiday cheer and Murder! A frothy piece suitable for the times and holiday....

  • Krystyna

    Girl power at it's finest Awesome. Loved the fact the girls took matters into their own hands and Won! Love the new character, Kate, a bit of a more washed out version of Vi which makes her perfect fo...

  • Izlinda

    A lot more feminist than it seemsFrom the descriptions you don't know this series has a very overt feminist bent. Violet has had to increasingly explain the patriarchy and how it affects women to thei...

  • Tara Carpenter

    As enchanted as I am with this series, I was glad to see the introduction of a few new characters, and some fleshing out of one of the old, flat characters. This is Violet's first Christmas since losi...

  • Diane

    Murderous Merry!I love your historicals, though I confess that I still have a hard time thinking of writings set in the 1920s as very historic! But then I'm 80 years of age. I didn't experience that e...

  • Stacey

    Violet is feeling down because this is the first Xmas without Aunt Agatha (and her relationship with Jack is up in the air as well). So Victor plans a party & they end up joining friends Lila & Denny ...

  • Danielle

    I really enjoy this series! The characters are growing and they interesting. There are a few things that I find difficult. The first item is that sometimes the dialog lines are confusing for me. Viole...