A DREAM OF DEATH by CONNIE BERRY

adreamofdeath

A KATE HAMILTON MYSTERY

Kate’s memories of the Scottish Isle of Rothsay are bittersweet. She spent her honeymoon here. Her husband grew up here. Her husband died here. And now she is back at the request of her former sister-in-law, Elenor, who has turned the family home into a hotel.

Elenor asking Kate for her assistance is weird enough but for some reason Kate must come to the island and it’s urgent and Elenor is afraid of something or maybe someone. Is it the ghost that some say haunt the hotel? The lovely Flora?

Before she’s had more than a few moments with Elenor, the annual Tartan Ball is getting underway downstairs. With the promise that they will speak after the ball, Elenor shows her a small casket and tells her “This is where it began”. But the next morning finds Elenor dead outside of the Historical Society and Kate will not leave until she finds out what was going on and who did this. And there are motives everywhere you look. Elenor was not a well-loved person. And the history with the house has left some islanders with a bitter taste in their mouth.

When the hunky detective staying at the hotel teams up with her to figure out who is killing folks and blaming it all on the gentlest soul in town, more than just alibis begin popping up. Maybe a kiss or two? Finally maybe Kate finds love again?

You shall just have to read it to find out! I enjoyed Kate and Tom. Really all of the characters were well-developed and you could picture them in your mind.

Good Cozy. Well Done.

NetGalley/Crooked Lane Books April 09, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

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