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Blood in the Wine (The Fiona Mason Mysteries Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This time she has to work with a man who she essentially doesn’t like to get to the bottom of a stabbing on her latest tour. That’s no mean feat considering the massive cast list on display here.
There’s no doubt that Miss Cranswick can weave a murder mystery. What she also does though is engage you with so many characters, with so many balls in the air, that another writer might not be able to pull it off. She also seems well travelled because each of her locations is fabulously detailed. In fact, so engaging is Fiona Mason that I did wonder if the author herself had been a little bit of an amateur sleuth.
This was another surprising and enjoyable read and I’ll certainly be returning to the Fiona Mason collection a little later.
Throughout, there is carefully researched information on the areas visited by the tour group which also makes for some very interesting reading. If that weren’t enough, the writer also continues the extraordinary relationship emerging between Fiona, the group tour guide and the charming Peter Montgomery-Jones, who became acquainted in “Murder in the Bulb Fields.”
For those who like a good read, I have no hesitation in recommending this book.
The locations of the plot are as well prepared as the plot itself, and the writer looks that either she is a good researcher or has lived there herself. It’s funny how we all get an idea of what a character should look like, and to me, Fiona Mason for some reason reminds me of a young Greer Garson. As she was in Mrs. Minerva.
The trip this time is through the old World War One Battlefield in France, and the ‘whodunit’ is a finely balanced construction that I didn’t guess. Great book!
Clever use of the tour itinerary helping to set the scenes. The descriptions of the parts of the romantic Rhineland visited in the tour are very detailed and would encourage a visit to the area if you’ve not been.
Typically the plot thickens as the story unfolds keeping you guessing.... A great yet gentle read
I have read other novels by Judith Cranswick and this is the second in the “Fiona” series
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good who dunnit with quite a list of suspects on Fiona's coach tour. Great scenery too for a murder.Published 6 months ago by Josie Briggs
Great story and well put together plot. Kept me gripped from start to finishPublished 19 months ago by Taffylad