Lelia Taylor of Buried Under Books has a lovely review of Murder in Thistlecross today.
A Malice Novel #3
Amy M. Reade
Lyrical Underground/Kensington, February 2018
From the publisher—
The emerald hills and violet valleys of Wales seem the ideal place to start over after murder—and divorce—shattered Eilidh’s life in the Scottish Highlands. But within the stone walls of an ancient castle, a family’s dark, violent past threatens much more than her newfound tranquility . . .
For the past two years, Eilidh has called the quaint Welsh village of Thistlecross home, embracing her new life as estate manager of a restored fifteenth-century castle. But the long-anticipated arrival of her employer’s three estranged sons and their wives transforms Gylfinog Castell from a welcoming haven to a place seething with dangerous secrets. When the escalating tensions culminate…
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8 thoughts on “Book Review: Murder in Thistlecross by Amy M. Reade”
Great review, Amy. Congratulations!
Thank you, Michelle!
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Very nice review! Well deserved!
Thanks, Sharon! ❤
Thanks, Pam! 🙂
Great review! Can’t wait to read it!
❤ Thank you, Pat!