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It was the most fashionable place to stay in London, until murder made a reservation. Solve the puzzle in this new mystery from USA Today bestselling author of the Glass and Steele series.

December 1899. After the death of her beloved grandmother, Cleopatra Fox moves into the luxury hotel owned by her estranged uncle in the hopes of putting hardship and loneliness behind her. But the poisoning of a guest throws her new life, and the hotel, into chaos.

Cleo quickly realizes no one can be trusted, not Scotland Yard and especially not the hotel’s charming assistant manager. With the New Year’s Eve ball approaching fast and the hotel’s reputation hanging by a thread, Cleo must find the killer before the ball, and the hotel itself, are ruined. But catching a murderer proves just as difficult as navigating the hotel’s hierarchy and the peculiarities of her family.

Can Cleo find the killer before the new century begins? Or will someone get away with murder?

©2020 C. J. Archer (P)2020 C. J. Archer

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A wonderful new series.

This the first book in a new series by the amazing author, C.J. Archer. It is a historical mystery featuring a great new heroine, Cleopatra Fox, a dynamic, independent and personable woman who comes to live in a hotel with her Aunt and Uncle. Unused to living a life of luxury, and naturally curious, she sets out to solve a murder.

This turn of the twenty century cozy mystery is full of great characters. The characters are engaging, the mystery complex and the writing is amazing. This story grabs your interest from beginning to the end. The storyline is smooth and fast paced. The mystery has numerous viable suspects, lots of subtle clues, danger, suspense and a great finish. The narrative is great allowing insight into the main character’s thoughts, motivations and actions. The interactions between the characters are witty and interesting. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and look forward to the next book in the series.

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  • Mrs.Heather
  • 2020-12-23

I can't forgive her.

I have listened to every book available from CJ Archer & this is a miss for me. Cleo is not charming enough to forgive the destruction of a man's life & career. No one is.

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  • Lisa Harrington
  • 2021-04-05

Boring

I could not have cared less about these characters... I did not feel the need to finish reading.

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  • JMcD
  • 2020-12-29

Good Victorian fun

The book paints a very descriptive picture of the age and the classes. The murder keeps you guessing. a great escape.

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  • darlene s.
  • 2021-03-23

Loved the book

I liked everything about the book. The narration was especially good. So many great characters. Serious, funny, kept you interested but also made you laugh. Want another just like it.

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  • Chauvclip
  • 2021-03-05

Loved it!

I really enjoyed the story, the characters and narration and looking forward
to the next in the Cleo series

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  • Judy R. Wickliffe
  • 2021-03-02

Wonderful New Series

Wonderful new series by one of my favorite authors! I can hardly wait for the next one.

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  • Kurt Schroeder
  • 2021-06-14

just ok

too much "thinking" with weak reasoning by main character. weak overall with lack of plotting and characterization. decent reader.

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  • Michael & Kara Smelser
  • 2021-05-06

Hussey or a Lady?

Which provoked me more? I first heard Marian Hussey perform Monsters and Manners. I quickly fell in love with the narratrix and the series! Murder and the Mayfair was recommended to me on Audible and when I saw Marian's name I was sold. Next came the Lady, Cleo Fox. Her story was charming and elegant yet grimy and cheesy. Overall I adored the storyline and the characters. I kept thinking Cleo and Harry would end up together but the story (mostly) let out romance which ended in relief for this novel. Just a new girl trying to fit in while Curiosity drew her to solve a crime. Very entertaining indeed.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2021-04-12

Excellent

start for a new series. Archer has mastered creating characters and storylines that leave this reader wanting mire.

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  • Kaitlyn
  • 2021-01-23

Great book

i got this book as a gift and have enjoyed it. I can not wait until the next one!