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Summary

“Clever and entertaining, you’ll love this charming Golden Age mystery series. And the fashion is to die for!” (Molly C. Quinn, actress, Castle)

Weddings can be murder.

Romance is in the air for the delightful Reverend Oliver Hill. Unfortunately, the choir rehearsal for the wedding ends abruptly with the sudden and disturbing appearance of a body.

War widow fashionista Ginger Gold is determined to find the killer even if it means working with the dashing yet exasperating Chief Inspector Basil Reed, but only in her professional capacity as a private investigator. Like they say: once burnt, twice shy.

Basil has his work cut out for him if he wants to solve this case and win back Ginger’s heart.

He’s up for the challenge. 

Clean listen: No graphic violence, sex, or strong language. Genre: dog cozy-mystery series/historical mystery/women amateur sleuth/British detective mystery.

Hop aboard the 1920s!

The Ginger Gold Mystery series:

  • Murder on the SS Rosa
  • Murder at Hartigan House
  • Murder at Bray Manor
  • Murder at Feathers & Flair
  • Murder at the Mortuary
  • Murder at Kensington Gardens
  • Murder at St. George’s Church
  • The Wedding of Ginger & Basil
  • Murder Aboard the Flying Scotsman
  • Murder at the Boat Club
  • Murder on Eaton Square
  • Murder by Plum Pudding
  • Murder on Fleet Street
  • More on the way!

Don't miss Lady Gold Investigates, the short-story companion series!

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Excellent Series

I loved this series and I just hope the next audio book will be released soon!

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  • Leslie N.
  • 08-05-20

More, more please!

I love these mysteries. Nice little British period whodunnits with warm, uplifting back stories. Please, please record more. The books are already in place.

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  • Elaine
  • 21-06-20

Romance is in the air

Great story. I won't spoil it if you have not listened yet. But something good happens.
Great narrator---Elizabeth Klett can do the accents! And the different character voices!

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  • Victoria J. Mejia-Gewe
  • 09-06-21

A Fun 1920s Series

Murder at St. George’s Church by Lee Strauss is the 7th book in the Ginger Gold series, set in the 1920s. I’ve come rather late to this series, which has 17 books but am enjoying it. Ginger is a war widow who served in intelligence during the Great War, and her late husband left her with the title of Lady Gold. In this audiobook, Ginger’s good friend, the Rev. Oliver Hill, is preparing to get married, and two days before the big event, the choir holds practice when during the break, the director falls from the balcony, having been killed and shoved over the railing. Ginger immediately runs to the body, along with her good friend, Haley, who is studying to be a pathologist. Then Ginger is surprised to see that the police detective who shows up for the investigation is Basil Reed, whom Ginger had last heard from when he boarded a ship to South Africa six weeks before. He has been back a week and didn’t bother to tell her.

The rest of the book spends some of the time focusing on the murder investigation and the rest of the time focusing on the love triangle of Basil, Ginger, and Ginger’s new suitor. It made this book weaker than the prior books in the series.

I really admire the job that Elizabeth Klett does in performing this and the other audiobooks in the series. She uses excellent voices for the various characters, but even more impressive is her use of accents. Few narrators with English accents seem to be capable of handling regional American accents outside of Southern and Chicago, but Klett does an admirable job at this, as well as voicing numerous accents of different classes of society too.

I give this book four stars.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 27-01-21

Another winner!

Ginger Gold books always contain mystery and intrigue. I enjoy descriptive words about the setting.