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Murder at the Ice Ball

Lady Katherine Regency Mysteries Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Beverley A. Crick
Length: 8 hrs and 25 mins
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Summary

When a tragic accident turns out to be murder, Lady Katherine finds herself embroiled in an investigation tainted by lies and deception.  

With conflicting witness testimony, mysterious neighbors who saw the impossible, and a secret someone would kill for, Katherine must dig into the dark side of polite London society to uncover the truth.  

Naturally, she has help. Maybe too much help. Along with her loyal maid, Harriet, her pilfering pug, Emma, and her Bow Street Runner friend Lyle, Katherine is joined by budding investigator Pru Burwick and her eccentric Scottish fiance, Lord Annandale. Katherine wouldn't mind their help so much if Annandale didn't keep bringing the insufferable Captain Wayland along.  

When the investigation takes a disturbing turn, Katherine gets a lead that indicates someone close to her may not be telling the truth, and she must make a tough decision. Protecting her loved one means keeping a secret from her closest allies. Hopefully it does not also mean letting a killer go free.

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  • 06-12-18

great story and excellent performance.

I have loved the entire series so far and can't wait for the next installment.

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  • Karen Lo
  • 04-09-19

Boring, uncompelling characters

Not for me. Characters are either shallow or overly introspective and stubborn. They jump to conclusions, get randomly angry, and interrupt each other all the time. Narrator is the only saving grace, Beverly Crick is fantastic.