Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Murder In Black Tie by Sara Rosett-Review

Murder in Black Tie (High Society Lady Detective Book 4) by [Rosett, Sara]

About the book 
Top hats and tails. Mink and murder . . .

November, 1923. An invitation to a house party at the estate of Parkview Hall is a welcome respite for Olive Belgrave, a newly minted working girl who’s become the solver of high society’s trickiest problems.

But when the sumptuous black tie event turns deadly, Olive’s cousin Peter becomes the main suspect. Olive must unmask a sophisticated killer before an innocent man takes the blame . . . because murder doesn’t RSVP.

Murder in Black Tie is the fourth standalone installment in the High Society Lady Detective series. If you like mysteries with elegant settings, charming characters, and a whodunit that will keep you guessing, you’ll love USA Today bestselling author Sara Rosett’s series of delightful historical mysteries.

Escape into an elegant country home mystery with Murder in Black Tie.

And I thought 
I really enjoyed the 4th book in this series.  Murder in Black Tie
is a page turner.  
I can honestly say this series keeps getting better and better and that this one is my favorite.  
I enjoyed the chance to get into this one at the beginning and I have loved every minute. 
Each book is written as a standalone so readers can jump at anytime and be drawn into the series!
All the main characters are interesting.  From the main character
Olive to Jasper her really close friend that in each seems to get closer and closer to making a change in the 'best friend' relationship.  
In previous books Jasper has only made fleeting appearances leaving Olive and this reader with questions.  But in Black Tie he arrives in the beginning for the country party and then drives off into the sunset with Olive at the end after the mystery is solved. 
There is some drama and a lot of surprises.  There are quite a few suspects.  
I enjoyed the talking bird that I expected had seen something and would give Olive and the police some answers.  
I especially enjoy the setting and time period.  The era of spending days with new and old friends at a country home is intriguing to me.  Sara Rosett does an amazing job of describing the houses and the clothes making the reader feel apart of the story.

If you enjoy a great cozy read check out Murder in Black Tie and the series. 
Add to your TBR pile or wish list Christmas isn't far off!

I received a complimentary copy.
My review will appear on retail sites and Good Reads and on My Journey Back.
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