Book Review & Blog Tour: Murder at Enderley Hall by Helena Dixon (eARC)

Hi everyone! I am so excited to be one of today’s tour stops for the blog tour of Murder at Enderley Hall by Helena Dixon, which is hosted by the fantastic team at Bookouture! Be sure to check out the other amazing bloggers taking part!

Murder at Enderley Hall

Author: Helena Dixon

Publication Date: 19 March 2020

Genre: Adult Fiction – Cozy Historical Mystery

Publisher: Bookouture

An escape to the country… ends in death.

Summer 1933. Fresh from the discovery that she has family living nearby, Kitty Underhay has packed her carpet bag, commandeered a chambermaid and set off on a visit to stately Enderley Hall. She’s looking forward to getting to know her relatives, as well as the assembled group of house guests. But when elderly Nanny Thoms is found dead at the bottom of the stairs after papers of national importance are stolen, Kitty quickly learns that Muffy the dog’s muddy paws on her hemline are the least of her problems.

Calling on ex-army captain Matthew Bryant for assistance, Kitty begins to puzzle out the mystery. And when more shocking murders follow, the stakes are raised for the daring duo as never before. Which of the guests stand to gain from the theft of the documents? And which, as the week progresses, stand to lose their lives?

A charming cozy historical murder mystery that fans of Agatha Christie, T.E. Kinsey and Lee Strauss won’t be able to put down!

With everything going on these very crazy times that we are living in, I was so thankful to dive back into another cozy mystery by Helena Dixon that continues with our beloved Kitty Underhay and Matthew Bryant! Now if you didn’t read Murder at the Dolphin Hotel, don’t worry! Murder at Enderley Hall can most definitely be read as a standalone, but if you have the time, I highly recommend both!

Kitty Underhay is invited to spend time with her father’s family at Enderley Hall. Following the chaos that ensued at The Dolphin Hotel previously, Kitty is ready for a change of pace. At the insistence of her aunts, Kitty brings along her chambermaid Alice and sets off for Enderley Hall.

Immediately, Kitty realizes that something is not quite right in the atmosphere. When the elderly Nanny Thoms mistakenly calls Kitty by her mother’s name, she realizes that this family may know more regarding her mother’s disappearance all those years ago.

When important documents go missing from Kitty’s uncle’s safe, she enlists the help of ex-army captain Matt Bryant to see if they can capture the thief. When Nanny Thoms is suspiciously found dead, Kitty and Matt are determined to solve the murder even though danger lurks close by.

Helena has crafted another wonderful whodunit mystery full of twists and turns (and a few red herrings) that transports you to a picturesque 1930s English countryside. I love both Kitty’s and Matt’s characters and how they two of them balance each other with Kitty’s intuition and Matt’s previous military experience.

I can’t wait to see what the next adventure awaits next for Kitty!

Thank you to Bookouture and NetGalley for providing a review copy. This did not influence my review. All opinions are my own.

Purchase your copy of Murder at Enderley Hall here!

Nell Dixon was born and continues to live in the Black Country. Married to the same man for over thirty-five years she has three daughters, a cactus called Spike, a crazy cockapoo and a tank of tropical fish. She is allergic to adhesives, apples, tinsel and housework. Her addictions of choice are coffee and reality TV. She was winner of The Romance Prize in 2007 with her book Marrying Max, and winner of Love Story of the Year 2010 with her book, Animal Instincts. She also writes historical 1930’s set cozy crime as Helena Dixon. 

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