A Kate Shackleton Mystery
by Frances Brody
One of my favorite things about the Frances Brody books is the wonderful, period evoking, cover illustration. I have enjoyed them over the twelve titles in this series and, of course, I have also enjoyed reading the novels.
Kate Shackleton is British, a widow and an investigator. The series is an historical one and, in this entry, the reader finds Kate is in 1930. A murder takes place at a brewery. Why was the victim killed? What other lives will be impacted? Leave it to the intrepid Kate to sort it all out.
While this title is part of a series, I think that the books can be read in any order. Those who enjoy a cozy mystery may well want to pick this book up.
Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher. All opinions are my own.