#MURDER AT CROSSWAYS by Alyssa Maxwell

PEACE


Emma Cross when she sees the body is shock as at first thought it is Brady, her half-brother dead in the pool in 7th booking this historical story of Newport in the 1898. Closer examination shows it not Brady. His Father had disappeared in boating accident and presumed dead. Causeway is holding the last party before summer and the excitement is Prince Otto of Austria is stated appear and is appointment when didn't appear. The next morning he found dead in Causeway Garden. Emma is having trouble at the office of the Newport Messenger. A new problem keeps appearing that Emma needs to handle. Emma is also determined to find the name of the pool victim and killed the both of the victims. Will She find answers to her questions? I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.

Disclosure: Thanks to Kensington Books for copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

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