Rules of Murder by Julianna Deering

Posted On Jul 28 2013 by

Sometimes you just need a good mystery. Agatha Christie style. No cats. No ghosts. Just a murder and a sleuth. That’s what you get with Rules of Murder (A Drew Farthering Mystery Book #1). But you say you like an interesting setting? How about a country estate in 1930s England? It’s not exactly something I’d look for, but I was pleased to find it. Deering does a great job of setting the period. The dress, the language, the mannerisms. All well done. Now just because it’s your basic whodunnit doesn’t mean Deering uses characters like game pieces. No, each character …