#BookReview- Murder They Wrote #Suspense #Reading

Murder They Wrote

Murder comes in 7 different genres. By 7 different authors. Are you a fan of courtroom drama? In the anthology’s first story, Abraham Lincoln defends a friend’s son against a charge of murder. For lovers of speculative fiction, Jason Fogg dissolves into mist to sneak through open windows and snoop for clues. How about a cozy? Jazzi, Jerod, and Ansel discover a dead body while renovating a kitchen, dining room, and half bath. Have a craving for a Regency? Lord Peregrine and his wife, Elizabeth, use their sharp minds and quick wit to solve a murder at a garden party. Need a bit of literary fiction? A young, lonely widow must deal with the theft of a valuable butterfly collection. And what about a little psychological horror? Twin sisters discover that their attic is haunted by not one, but two ghosts. Last, but never least, the anthology concludes with a historical mystery. A young, newly married knight is accused of murdering his obnoxious host at a holiday gathering in his castle.

My Review of Murder They Wrote

Help, there’s been a murder!

Seven authors come together in this highly entertaining anthology featuring murder mysteries in a variety of genres from historical through speculative fiction.

Each short story is well-written, with memorable characters and enough red herrings to keep the reader guessing. I love multi-author box sets as a way to introduce new-to-me authors along with some of my favorites.

Mae Clair’s regency, A Winter Reckoning, and Judi Lynn’s The Body in The Kitchen were standouts for me, along with C.S. Boyack’s From the Files of Jason Fogg and Lincoln Uncovers the Real Story of How Preston Metzger Got Himself Kilt by D. P. Reisig.

All are guaranteed to give you hours of reading pleasure!


23 comments on “#BookReview- Murder They Wrote #Suspense #Reading

  1. Sounds like a fun read with some of my fave authors as well as ones new to me. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Jacquie 🙂

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  2. Great review. Looking forward to this one.

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  3. Me too. I’ll download this one to my Kindle. Sounds perfect reading for when I’m travelling.

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  4. Jacquie, thanks so much for sharing your review of Murder They Wrote. I really enjoyed being part of this anthology. And I am so glad you enjoyed A Winter Reckoning as well 🙂

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  5. Some of my fav authors are included in this, and I’m excited to start reading it. Great review, Jacquie!

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  6. Thanks so much for your review, Jacquie. And I’m glad you liked The Body in the Kitchen. I liked every story so much, I worried mine would stand up to my fellow authors’. And good luck with your new book. Miss Perfection and Mr. Casual–I love it. Have to say, I really like the new look of your blog, too. Great images!

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  7. D.L. Finn, Author

    Great review, Jacquie. I’m right in the middle of reading this. I love finding new authors mixed in with ones I already love. Xo


  8. A lovely review of this anthology, Jacquie.

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  9. Thanks for reviewing this book. It sounds like one I’d like!

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  10. Great review, Jacquie. This sounds like a great read for sure.

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