A Most Agreeable Murder

A Most Agreeable Murder

Regular price £20.00

Julia Seales

Category: Fiction Romantic

Format: Hardback

Publication date: 6/27/23

Publisher: Orion

ISBN 13: 9780198810506

Total Pages: 352 pages

Weight: 564

Dimensions: 164 x 242 x 33

If you grew up reading Jane Austen and Agatha Christie (or are a fan of the more recent Bridgerton and Knives Out), you will adore A Most Agreeable Murder' Kate Stayman-London, author of One to Watch'A delightfully entertaining debut! Be prepared to laugh out loud at the comedy, gasp at the murder mystery, and altogether have a thoroughly great time!' India Holton, author of The Wisteria Society of Lady Scoundrels'I adored this: a comedy of manners meets murder mystery, just as thrilling as it is gorgeous' Sophie Irwin, author of A Lady's Guide to Fortune HuntingBeatrice Steele has none of the accomplishments of a true lady: she is terrible at needlework, has no musical ability, and her artwork is so bad it frightens people. Little does anyone know that Beatrice also harbours a dark secret: an obsession with the true crime cases she reads about in the newspaper. For her family's sake, she's vowed to put this most unladylike obsession behind her. Eligible bachelor Edmund Croaksworth is set to attend the autumnal ball, and the Steele family hopes that her eldest sister Louisa will steal his heart. Their future depends on this match! Beatrice needs be on her best behaviour... though that's made more difficult when a disgraced yet strangely alluring detective inexplicably shows up to the ball. Just as Beatrice thinks she's gotten away with it, Croaksworth drops dead in the middle of a minuet. As a storm rages outside, the evening descends into a frenzy as it becomes clear they are trapped with a killer. But maybe, just maybe, it's Beatrice's time to shine... Readers are loving A Most Agreeable Murder!'I love, love, loved this story. It kept me gripped throughout, and I must admit it kept me guessing till the end''An incredibly funny novel''Incredibly funny novel, the humour made me laugh out loud''I really enjoyed this very unusual murder mystery'A great entertaining read'