I am introducing this book as part of the Mailbox Monday meme, where we share new books to arrive in our mailbox during the week. Whilst this book was approved by Aria Fiction, with the download being facilitated by NetGalley in the usual way, as preparation for an upcoming Blog Tour, my blog spot post for Death At Eden’s End, is going to break with my personal tradition in that I have agreed to meet a review deadline, something I never normally do!
Now all I need to do is knuckle down and get the reading time scheduled!!
DEATH AT EDEN’S END – (DCI Jude Satterthwaite – book #2)
When one-hundred-year-old Violet Ross is found dead at Eden’s End, a luxury care home hidden in a secluded nook of the Lake District’s Eden Valley it’s tragic, of course, but not unexpected and would certainly have been attributed to old age.
Except for the instantly recognisable look in her lifeless eyes… that of pure terror.
Becca Reid reports her suspicions to her old flame, DCI Jude Satterthwaite, and the resultant post mortem shows that Louisa Ross was smothered in her chair.
DCI Satterthwaite heads up the investigation, but as the deaths start to mount up it’s clear that he, and DS Ashleigh O’Halloran need to uncover a long-buried secret before the killer strikes again…
After a year in economic consultancy she took up writing and was first published under the name Jennifer Young, in the genres of short stories, romance, and romantic suspense. In 2017, Jo took the plunge and began writing in the genre she most likes to read – crime.
Now living in Edinburgh, she spends as much time as possible in the English Lake District. In common with all her favorite characters, she loves football and cats.
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Mailbox Monday is a gathering place for readers to share links to the books that came into their house during the last week. This is a great way to plan out your reading week and see what others are currently reading as well, after all you never know where that next “must read” book will come from.