A Royal Murder (Rebecca Keith Mystery, #2)



The Duffle Bag Appeared To Be Made From Expensive Silk, Embossed With What Rebecca Thought Was Chinese Calligraphy She Was In No Doubt That The Bag Contained A Body The Protruding Bloodied Leg Was A Giveaway.A Macabre Murder During The Women S Australian Open Golf Tournament At One Of Australia S Most Prestigious Golf Courses Sees Food And Wine Journalist And Amateur Golfer Rebecca Keith On The Murder Trail Once Fortunately, Rebecca S Sleuthing Takes Her On A Journey Of Eating And Drinking Through Many Of Adelaide S Bars And Restaurants Little Does Rebecca Know That Her Visits To Nearby Barossa Valley And Kangaroo Island Will Reveal Clues That Will Become Crucial In The Hunt For A Killer.A Royal Murder, A Light Hearted Thriller Full Of Intrigue And Betrayal, Features A Full Cast Of Eccentric Characters Set Against The Rich Backdrop Of South Australia And Its Lush Food And Wine Culture.A Royal Murder (Rebecca Keith Mystery, #2)

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[Epub] ↠ A Royal Murder (Rebecca Keith Mystery, #2)  Author Sandra Winter-Dewhirst – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • A Royal Murder (Rebecca Keith Mystery, #2)
  • Sandra Winter-Dewhirst
  • English
  • 06 November 2017

9 thoughts on “A Royal Murder (Rebecca Keith Mystery, #2)

  1. says:

    This is the second novel in this series and I liked it quite a bit than the first novel Rebecca is volunteering at the Women s Australian Golf Open, which is being held at a course in South Australia when one of the world s top golfers throws a dummy spit after spotting a snake That same golfer ends up in a bag on the railway tracks a short time later.Rebecca is once again right in the middle of things, discovering bodies, getting copy written and sent to her boss and yet no one really seems to think it s at all suspicious that she s discovered about what must be half a dozen bodies by now in the shortest amount of time I really do quite enjoy the setting in these books I ve never been to South Australia and it s nice to explore not only Adelaide but also parts of the Barossa Valley and in this book Rebecca also takes a trip to Kangaroo Island, which is a place I wouldn t mind visiting at some stage I like the banter between Rebecca s mismatched friends as well The three of them might not be the savviest investigators going around but they do seem to stumble on a remarkable amount of information Perhaps Rebecca has missed her true calling because she doesn t seem to spend a lot of time in these books doing her actual job of editing the food and wine supplement instead she keeps getting encouraged to be like a crime features writer, covering all these dead bodies as they re hap...

  2. says:

    I couldn t resist taking a look at Sandra Winter Dewhirst s second offering, particularly as it is set in my hometown and she is a local author She does a good job of spruiking local tourist attractions, both physical places, and popular events, and local readers will enjoy being able to visualise where the action is taking place.It is a light hea...

  3. says:

    Easy to read mystery, highlighting some of South Australia s fabulous food and spots.

  4. says:

    Sandra is maturing as a writer Rebecca Keith is developing as a character and the complexity of the plot is great.

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