Death at an English Wedding

Death at an English Wedding

by Sara Rosett

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ISBN-13: 9780998843124
Publisher: Sara Rosett
Publication date: 06/25/2017
Series: Murder on Location Series , #7
Pages: 226
Sales rank: 617,643
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Sara Rosett writes cozy mysteries. Her books are fun escapes for readers who like interesting settings, quirky characters, and puzzling mysteries. Publishers Weekly called Sara's books, "satisfying," "well-executed," and "sparkling."

Sara loves to get new stamps in her passport and considers dark chocolate a daily requirement. Find out more at SaraRosett.com.

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Death at an English Wedding 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As usual a great read and brings me back to England and wishing I was back there!
Lynette381 More than 1 year ago
I was given the chance to read Death at an English Wedding by Sara Rosett in exchange for a fair and honest review. While I have never read any of these series of books before, I found myself flying through the book rather quickly. It took me a while to figure out who everyone was and how they all knew each other, but once I had them all straight in my head, it was a smooth read. I don’t want to tell you about the book, because the summary on the back is enough to entice you to read it, but I will say that at times it was all a bit confusing because there was too much going on at once. It took a while for the story to get started, in my opinion, but it caught up close to the end. I don’t much fancy English books, but enjoyed the read and might actually go back and read the rest of the series. However, being pregnant with baby number 5 and due in a couple of weeks, I doubt I will have much time anytime soon. Thank you for the chance to read and review!
Abby-F More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this charming book! This was the first in the series that I have read, but the author explained the story and characters so well that I was never lost or confused.The characters were fun and had many layers. I loved Kate and Alex's dynamic. They leaned on and understood each other. The book is set in England, and I liked that there was a lot of the setting incorporated into the story. I enjoyed learning about wedding customs in England. If there is the promise of a wedding in a book, then I want to see a whole bunch of wedding. I am happy to say that this book delivered on its promise! The mystery was phenomenal! It was masterfully crafted, and very interesting. Kate and Alex start inquiring about a murder that happened when it appears that Kate's mother is somehow involved; I liked that they had a legitimate reason to investigate. Kate's mother and father are divorced, but her father, being a mystery lover himself, helps with the investigating as well. All of this is going on during what is supposed to be Kate and Alex's honeymoon! It had just the right amount of twists and turns, and left me guessing until the very end. In the end, it was perfectly wrapped up like Kate and Alex's wedding presents! I completely understood what had happened. I am looking foward to the next installment in the wonderful series! I received a free copy of this book. I am voluntarily leaving a review. All opinions expressed here are my own.
MandaLuvsToRead More than 1 year ago
Death at an English Wedding is the 7th book in the Murder on Location series but works very well as a stand-alone book. Kate and Alex have just celebrated their nuptials at a lovely English estate with all of their family and are on phase one of their honeymoon when the police show up and ask them to identify a body. It would appear that a wedding guest has been found dead on the estate property. The identification of the dead person leads them to a very strange mystery that involves family and might just put the kibosh on their honeymoon. I was very intrigued by the mystery and found the characters and setting a pleasure. I can't wait to read more in this series!
MyWhims More than 1 year ago
Death at an English Wedding is the latest book in the Murder On Location cozy mystery series (but the first book for me). Alex and Kate are having their wedding in an English village with a cast of quirky relatives in attendance. I found the author to have woven a wonderful story, delightful characters, and a picturesque setting. I was turning the pages to discover who the murder was, and what shenanigans Kate's mother was doing. At the end of the story, I found I wanted to plan a trip to England and book as many tours as possible. Since that is not feasible (for various reasons), I will have to find all of the books in this series and read them. Death at an English Wedding can be easily read out of sequence though. I highly recommend this book. I think starting from the beginning will enrich the reader's understanding of the relationship development between Alex and Kate. I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.
BeagleGirl123 More than 1 year ago
Death at an English Wedding by author Sara Rosett is the 6th book in the Murder on Location series, but the first that I've read. Location scouts Kate and Alex are getting married at Parkview, the stately country home owned by Lord and Lady Stone. With friends and family in attendance they tie the knot, but their honeymoon is abruptly interrupted before it can even begin with the news that a guest (an uninvited one....) was found murdered in the estate's maze the morning after the wedding. Family and friends are suspected, and the newlyweds must uncover the murderer before they can depart on their travels. A brisk page-turner, this cozy mystery keeps the reader guessing from start to finish. Very nicely written, and I look forward to going back and reading the first five books in the series. Of note: Kate's mom, Ava, references a genealogical tie to an early 20th century female detective, which will be a spin-off series (High Society Detective), and I look forward to reading this upon its debut!