Murder in the Shallows

Murder in the Shallows


, historical, british-mysteries, Mystery, Fiction, Historical, Thriller

July 1924.

Violet and Jack go for a simple day on the water. They little expect their day of sun and fun to end with finding a body in the water.

The mystery of what happened to the girl in the shallows posses them both, and they unite in their desire to find out more. Will they be able to discover who she was, why she was killed, and if anyone else is next?

Book SIX in The Violet Carlyle Mysteries. Are you ready for the roaring twenties? For a spunky young woman determined to craft her own life? If so, you’ll love Vi, her indulgent twin Vic, and their friends. You might even find your imagination caught by her love, Jack Wakefield. For fans of Carola Dunn, Jacqueline Winspear, Georgette Heyer, and Lee Strauss.
A light, cozy mystery with a fun peek into life in the life of a bright young thing. No swearing, graphic scenes, or cliffhangers.

The Violet Carlyle Mysteries
Book 1: Murder & the Heir
Book 2: Kennington House Murder
Book 3: Murder & The Folly
Book 4: A Merry Little Murder
Book 5: Murder Among the Roses
Book 6: Murder in the Shallows

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    Murder in the Shallows Reviews

  • Amanda Jane

    Oh dear.. it's not getting better..So many errors, poorly written, a good idea but a lack of knowledge and ability to write at a higher level than a schoolgirl means that the story barely develops.I r...

  • Jodiedaly

    Another great addition to the series.Violet Carlyle Mysteries are always on my must buy list. I pre-order before they are released, so they appear in my inbox like magic. Murder in the Shallows is a g...

  • Krystyna

    The viper hidden in plain sightA good storyline. Greed, arrogance and the desire to have control and obedience from those around you. Loved the proposals and although they might not have been as roman...

  • Monica

    The entire Violet Carlyle series is light, fun reading. Because these are “cozy” mysteries, there are no nightmare causing horrors graphically depicted, and in these troubled times, that is a real...

  • Tony Hisgett

    I had just read Severine DuNoir - Mystery at the Edge of Madness by this author and thought the heroine was quite interesting. I then remembered I used to think Violet was interesting before the autho...

  • Sharen

    A fun series!The Violet Carlyle books are a whole series of fun books. Perfect for cold winter mornings in front of the fireplace with a cup of tea. Or a summer day on the beach. Yes there are murders...

  • Gail Gassen

    A blindside to the murdererOff to Oxford for Violet & Jack! With Hamelton giving a lecture, but when shows up on the train there? Only Jack's Ex fiance! And she's out to get him back, while finding ou...

  • Argum

    Violet is off to a gathering with her beau and his old mentor. He neglected to mention that he had a former fiance and that she is a journalist and covering this event honoring an old friend. Vi accid...

  • Anita Mitchell

    It's 4:30 amAnd I started reading this book when I crawled in bed, so technically, yesterday. Denny gets more and more priceless as the series progresses. About 2 am, I stopped caring about who the mu...

  • Kathy Holm

    Murder in the ShallowsI have always looked forward to reading the stories of Violet Carlyle, I was really disappointed when I started this was boring and moved like a snail!.....