Another murder. Another mystery.
Guests are called to a remote island off the Irish coast to celebrate the wedding of the year – the marriage of Jules and Will. Everything has been meticulously planned, the scene is set, old friends are back together.
It should be the perfect day.
Until the discovery of a body signals the perfect murder.
A groom with a secret.
A bridesmaid with a grudge. A plus one with motive.
A best man with a past.
It could be any, it could be all . . . But one guest won’t make it out alive.
Julia is a magazine publisher, she is marrying Will, A TV celebrity, on a small island off the Irish coast. They have a wedding planner, Aoife, a caterer, Freddie and several ushers. Some guests are also staying on the island too.
During the evening reception there is a storm that’s causing power cuts and blackouts……..then a body is found!
Told from the perspectives of several of the characters, it builds a picture of each of them, their pasts, secrets and lies. It also gives differing pints of view to the story which really adds to the sense of unease.
An immensely skillfully written murder mystery with great, sometimes truly detestable characters and a twisty plot positively simmering with tension. I really enjoyed Lucy Foley’s previous book, The Hunting Part and in my opinion this is even better. Absolutely brilliant.
Thank you to Anne Cater and Random Things Tours for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour, for the promotional materials and a free copy of the book. This is my honest, unbiased review.
You can buy a copy here: https://amzn.to/2HSBnlf
Thank you also to The Pigeonhole for the opportunity to read this in daily staves with the online Pigeons.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lucy Foley studied English Literature at Durham and UCL universities and worked for several years as a fiction editor in the publishing industry, before leaving to write full-time. The Hunting Party, an instant Sunday Times and Irish Times no.1 bestseller, was Lucy’s debut crime novel, inspired by a particularly remote spot in Scotland that fired her imagination. Lucy is also the author of three historical novels, which have been translated into sixteen languages. Her journalism has appeared in ES Magazine, Sunday Times Style, Grazia and more.