I received this book free for purposes of my review. All opinions are my own.
I thoroughly enjoyed Julianna Deering‘s latest mystery, Death at Thorburn Hall. This is number six in the series and does not disappoint. If you’re looking for a great murder mystery series the Drew Farthering Mystery series is terrific.
Once again Drew Farthering, Madeline Farthering, and their friend Nick find themselves right in the middle of an adventure.
The three friends are visiting for a fun weekend at the British Open only to find themselves confronted with a puzzling murder.
The police are as puzzled as Drew. At first it looks like there are no suspects and then everyone is a suspect. Who did it? Why did they do it? and can Drew get to the bottom of this mystery before someone else is killed?
This book was easy to read, and hard to put down. Perfect for when you just want to relax with a good book.
I received a copy of this book free for purposes of my review. All opinions are my own.
I just love Juliana Deering’s Drew Farthering Murdery Mysteries! Murder on the Moor is the fourth in her Drew Farthering Murder Mystery series. I have already read the previous three and Murder on the Moor is a terrific addition to this collection. In fact, it may very well be my favorite.
Juliana Deering seems to be a fan of the classics. In each of her books she highlights a well known mystery writer. This book, was all about Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. She does make references to other Sherlock Holmes stories but isn’t shy about having her characters call attention to similarities between their story and the Hound of the Baskervilles. I’m quite a Sherlock Holmes fan and thoroughly enjoyed the references.
There’s been a murder out on the Moors. Can Drew and Madeline find the murderer before someone else is murdered? The moors are a great place for mystery, getting lost, looking for a murderer, and lots of other great drama. I really enjoyed this book, it’s exciting and mysterious from beginning to end with fun plot twists and plenty of mystery.
The little town of Bunting’s Nest hasn’t seen a murder in ages so the police are only too happy to have Drew Farthering in on the case. As the mystery and suspense grow, it’s up to Drew to find the killer before it’s too late.
If you’re looking for a fun, entertaining, and well written murder mystery. You’ll love this book!
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Dressed for Death, by Julianna Deering. This book is 307 pages long and it’s the 4th in the Drew Farthering Mystery series.
I have not read the previous 3 but I had no trouble picking this one up and understanding who the characters are. In fact, after reading this one, I liked it so much, I put the other three Drew Farthering Mystery books on my reading list.
There were a lot of Jane Austin book references at the beginning of this book, and while I had to read Jane Austin in High School, I’m not a fan. So I was pretty worried that I wasn’t going to like this book. Luckily, this book is nothing like a Jane Austin, so I was just fine.
After the first couple of chapters, and the characters and setting were all introduced, and the book got very interesting. It took me a day to read the first 3 or 4 chapters, and then a day to read the rest of the book.
Once I got going, I couldn’t put it down. This was an entertaining mystery book, sometimes predictable and sometimes not. Which in my opinion, is how all good mystery books should be.
Julianan Deering is a Christian author and she did a great job of discussing the character’s faith in a realistic way. It wasn’t preachy, but very down to earth and real. And it went well with the rest of the story.
I really enjoyed this book. And I also love that I discovered a new author that I like!
I received this book free for purposes of my review. All opinions are my own. This post does contain affiliate links.