Murder at the Mikado by Julianna Deering

I have been debating how to write this review for nearly a month now. I’m finding it difficult to discuss this book without giving away how the previous book ended, and you really should read the first two books in the Drew Farthering series before you read this one. Besides being wonderful Agatha Christie-style murder mysteries, the first two books provide humorous history between the main characters. You can read my reviews for the two books by clicking on the links: Rules of Murder and Death by the Book.

The main character Drew Farthering has successfully solved murderous mayhem in the recent past and has developed a reputation for solving crimes that stump the authorities. In Murder at the Mikado, Drew resists getting involved for personal reasons but finds himself investigating anyway. The truth proves elusive as he questions actors and actresses who have a flair for the dramatic and make a living pretending to be someone they are not.

I don’t want to write any more for fear I will ruin the second book for you, but I did enjoy reading this novel and would highly recommend it.

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I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. These thoughts and opinions are my own.

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