Monday, June 10, 2019

Murder, She Uncovered by Peg Cochran- Great Escapes Tour

About the book 
An intrepid 1930s Manhattan socialite uncovers deadly secrets during an assignment to the Hamptons in this riveting historical cozy mystery for readers of Victoria Thompson, Anne Perry, and Rhys Bowen.
Westhampton, 1938. To the dismay of her well-to-do family, Elizabeth “Biz” Adams is quickly establishing herself as a seasoned photographer over at the Daily Trumpet. Growing more confident in her decision to pursue a career, Elizabeth is thrilled when she and her reporter sidekick, Ralph Kaminsky, are sent to Long Island to cover the story of a young maid found dead in one of the glamourous summer homes in the devastating aftermath of the Great New England Hurricane—also known as the Long Island Express.
At first it’s assumed that the young woman was caught in the terrible storm, but when a suspicious wound is found on the side of her head, the police suspect murder. The maid’s death becomes even more tragic when it’s discovered she was pregnant, and with Elizabeth and Kaminsky at the scene of the crime, the Daily Trumpet scoops all the other papers in town.
The young woman’s boyfriend emerges as the likeliest suspect. But as Elizabeth follows the story, she begins to wonder whether someone in the household of the maid’s employers might be responsible—someone who’ll stop at nothing to keep the truth about the baby’s paternity hidden. 
Sneak peek from tour-What others are saying 

Peg Cochran crafts a story that takes you on a journey and this one is no exception, I certainly didn’t expect the final twist in the tale.
~A Wytch’s Book Review Blog
The author did a beautiful job of painting a picture of the past . . . Murder, She Uncovered is a perfect blend of mystery and historical fiction.
~The Book’s the Thing
You’ll find no recipes, crafts or yarn patterns in Peg Cochran’s MURDER, SHE UNCOVERED, just a good, authentic, well-told cozy mystery that you will find hard to put down.
Peg Cochran easily transports readers to another time, New York of the late 1930s, to be precise . . . Dialogues and even conversation topics are also perfectly suited to the time period and also lend a touch of authenticity to the tale.
~The Cozy Pages
I found Murder, She Uncovered to be an absolute delight from start to finish. I enthusiastically recommend it to fans of cozy mysteries and historical mysteries.
~View from the Birdhouse
I loved this historic cozy mystery from the first to the last page, it was really a pleasant discovery . . . Highly recommended especially for those who love cozy historical mysteries.
I am loving this series, it is a perfect combination of mystery, history, and wonderful characters. I can’t get enough of being in the Hamptons from this book and Elizabeth is a shining sleuth star.
~Bibliophile Reviews
A complex mystery, a commentary on society, and an emotional tempest make this book a captivating read.
I loved the mystery and the insights into the prejudice, social differences, and upper society expectations.
~Baroness’ Book Trove
How fun is that? A historical cozy mystery! And you know what? I really enjoyed it! . . . the characters come alive from page one . . .
~Rosepoint Publishing

There was plenty of intrigue and mystery throughout this book, and when I thought I had it all figured out, the author would throw something else into the mix and throw we off kilter.
~eBook Addicts
Murder, She Uncovered is an action-packed historical cozy mystery . . . has snappy dialogue, an intriguing mystery, developed characters, a sweet ending, and lively humor.
~The Avid Reader
I especially enjoyed the number of suspects and various motives for murder presented. All of them were very plausible. Elizabeth puts herself in danger to get the story and to follow her values.
~Laura’s Interests
The book is fast-paced and kept me guessing until the end. There were several different possibilities of who the culprit could be and I kept changing my mind.
~Socrates’ Book Reviews…
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  1. Thanks for having me on your blog!

    1. It was a pleasure. I am sorry I was not able to read and review your book. I will share the spotlight on Social Media. Best Wishes!