The fourth installment of the High Society Lady series is an entertaining fast read. Set the 1900s, England. Olive Belgrade is earning a living by solving the problems of the Wealthy. She prefers earning her way as doesn’t like her stepmother.  In 1923 Olive is invited to a week’s house party at Parkview, the home relatives to celebrate the return of Aunt Carolyn and her cousin, Gwen who have returned from their trip to Europe. The house party is disrupted by the death of a guest and her cousin Peter was found unconscious next to him. He is the main suspect in the murder. Olive decided to investigate the death to clear Peter’s name. In this book, we learn more about the protagonist’s life. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK and SERIES.

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1 Response to #MURDER IN BLACK TIE by Sara Rosett

  1. lghiggins says:

    It does sound good!

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