"It's absolutely delightful, and I would recommend it to anyone who's a fan of Sarah Caudwell, or Agatha Christie, or anyone who loves really clever British murder mysteries set in the '20s." - Gillian Flynn, author of Gone Girl.
On his return from South Africa, Charles Knox is invited to spend the weekend at the country home of Sir Neville Strickland, whose beautiful wife Rosamund was once Knox's fiancee. But in the dead of night Sir Neville is murdered. Who did it? As suspicion falls on each of the house guests in turn, Knox finds himself faced with deception and betrayal on all sides, and only the enigmatic Angela Marchmont seems to offer a solution to the mystery. This 1920s whodunit will delight all fans of traditional country house murder stories.
Review of Murder at Sissingham Hall
This Book is a must for fans of AGatha Christie
A great read
Refreshing and unputdownable. If you’re looking for a break from intensive reading or studying this is perfect. Easy to read period murder - for anyone who likes period dramas that move along quickly. Left me wanting to read more by the author.
Long and boring.
Too much needless talk, very slow and too long. Could have been 50 pages less.