FOWL HOUSE OF USHER by J. R. Ripley

This series keeps getting better with each book and #7 continued in the same vein. It is essentially a lock room story as Amy and Kim are snowbound with a group of strangers and several of them are found murder. Amy ex-boyfriend asked her to have dinner with and his fiancee telling her there are ducks nearby his isolated house that appears ill. Amy and Kim accepted to check out the ducks. While at dinner an unexpected snow storm beginning stranding the group for a couple of days. The first night one of the group is stabbed to death and a woman disappears. Beware of the Duck Decoys that are in every room. There is a major twist in the book.I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book and series. It has become a must-read story.

Disclosure: Many thanks to Lyrical Underground for a review copy. The opinions expressed are my own.

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6 Responses to FOWL HOUSE OF USHER by J. R. Ripley

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Glad you like this series so much.

  2. lghiggins says:

    A locked room kind of story! I have always thought they must be difficult to write, but they sure are fun to read.

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