I grabbed this book because the genre is a bit different than most of the stories in Christian Fiction, there are not a lot of books written about the 1920’s and 1930’s. So I looked forward to reading this story about the rich, bored gentleman-Drew Farthering-finds mystery and excitement on the grounds of his home during a house party. Joined by a friend and an American girl, they set out to unravel the mystery that had fallen into their laps.
Rules ofMurder is an enjoyable and easy story to read. The characters are engaging and likable. The only problem I had was the lack of mourning for those who died. It just seemed that Drew and his friend are a bit too flippant about death. That could just be to help reflect Drew’s present spiritual condition. Overall, the story is worth reading and would make a great vacation or travel companion.
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I received this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for an honest review.