Murder at the Manor Hotel by Betty Rowlands – Book Review



A cozy crime novel

Melissa Craig is a successful crime novelist who lives alone in the Cotswolds. She is friends with her neighbour, Iris, who is an artist.

Melissa is asked to write a play for the local drama group to be staged at Heyshill Manor in honour of the owner, Rich Mitchell.

During rehearsals, one of the troupe is found injured in the cellar, unfortunately he dies and it’s initially believed to be an accident, but Rich Mitch isn’t so sure. And so the mystery begins.

Melissa starts delving into the events and finds much more than she bargained for in this charming, yet thrilling tale with some great twists along the way. I did miss the interactions between Melissa and Iris in this one though as Iris was away in France.

A cosy mystery just perfect to read, snuggled on the sofa with a good cup of tea.

I would like to thank the Author/the Publishers/NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for a fair and honest review

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