Enjoy a visit to the idyllic Cotswolds where the blackberry jam is delicious, the pumpkins are ripe and a killer is plotting death. This summary had me hooked with Anna Armstrong’s latest book: Season for Murder. I love books like this, I can picture the beautiful Cotswolds scenery throughout and I am itching to work out who did what. This is the book review tour for Season for Murder.
Season for Murder
I love how this book starts off unlike any other crime style book I have read before, with the killer identifying her next victims. It is rather amusing! The fact the killer is not a professional, by any standards, leaves there a lot of room for wit and humour along the way.
You do not need to read the other books from the series to enjoy this book, which I really like as sometimes you just like to be able to pick up a book and get on with it. It is a really easy to read murder mystery and I found it quite interesting to read on many levels; being able to picture the scenes, the humour along the way and it really does keep you guessing until the very end. Great read.
My book club stars recommendation = 4/5 ⭐
You can buy Season for Murder by Anna Armstrong on Amazon, £8.49 on paperback or £2.99 for your Kindle.
You can follow along the book tour using the image below, there have been some wonderful reviews of this book and a few more to come. Thank you Literally PR for letting me join in with this wonderful tour, it’s like a digital book club!
Keep an eye out for my competitions page as Literally PR are offering up a bundle of fabulous books as prize, check back in the week. Very exciting! What did you think of Season for Murder? I would love to know in the comments below.