Book Review | Murder at the Brightwell by Ashley Weaver

Synopsis:

This is the first in the Amory Ames Mystery Series.

This follows Amory as she travels away from home with an old love, Rupert, who shows up and asks for her help. Her husband shows up as he is leaving and she tells him she will go.

Milo, her husband shows up at the hotel where she is staying after a murder occurs. She decides she is going to help the police find the killer when Rupert becomes the prime suspect. She has Milo helping her along the way.

How will this play out? Would you be so calm if your spouse ran off with their ex? Would you help them solve a murder to claim their innocence?

Review:

There is so much more than just a murder mystery in this tale. It has romance, betrayal, secrets, and lies.

It is definitely a pretty interesting and well written story. There are plenty of twists and turns that kept me guessing the whole way through.

Follow this couple to a as they keep their cool though all there craziness and the cast of characters there at the hotel.

If you enjoy cozy mystery sleuths and complicated relationships then this one is worth a pick. It has the drama and the mystery you’re looking for.

This book was given in exchange for an honest review via NetGalley.

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