Kitty Underhay is invited to Enderley Hall to visit with her estranged father’s family. Discovering by chance that her mother had once called in at Enderley Hall, Kitty asks her new-found relatives about the visit, but no one wants to talk about it. She sets out to discover why, and if there is any connection to her mother’s disappearance so long ago.
What Kitty does not expect is to find herself embroiled in yet another murder-mystery. When top secret documents are stolen from the family safe, and people start showing up murdered, Kitty calls upon for help from her good friend and super-sleuth Matt. Together, Kitty and Matt embark on a whirlwind, dangerous quest to find the stolen documents and the killer.
Engaging cozy-mystery set in the 1930’s. Relevant historical details, societal class conventions and how they can actually come together in unique times, wonderfully suspenseful, and a clever storyline.
I look forward to more of Kitty and Matt’s adventures.
Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for the read of Helena Dixon’s, Murder at Enderley Hall (A Miss Underhay Mystery Book 2).
Opinions expressed in my reviews are my own.