Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Death Plays A Part Book Tour

Blooming Fiction, lifestyle blog, Death Plays A Part Book Tour.


When her beloved London theatre closes for renovations, costume maker Guinevere is excited to start a job at Cornisea castle, a centuries-old keep on a small tidal island off the coast of Cornwall. Imagine a whole summer full of stories of hidden treasures, fab food and long walks with her perky dachshund Dolly.
 
But when a reenactment of a medieval trial in the castle dungeons ends in real-life murder, and accusations threaten the castle's future, Guinevere and Dolly dig deep into the island community's best-kept secrets to unmask the killer and save their Cornish summer.
 
 
Death Plays A Part
by Vivian Conroy
 
Publisher: HQ Digital
Publish Date: 7 July 2017
ASIN: B06XGHVCHH
 

Review

 
My love of cosy crime novels is no surprise to regular readers of Blooming Fiction and another no brainer is my love of crime writer Vivian Conroy. Already on the blog feed with her previous books A Proposal To Die For, Dead To Begin With and Grand Prize Murder I'm excited to introduce the beginning of a new series by the very same Vivian Conroy.
 
Death Plays A Part is book one of the Cornish Castle Mystery set at the beautiful location of Cornisea Castle. In a set up which sounds very similar to Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None ( on a remote island ), the main plot of Death Plays A Part revolves around a re-enactment and a death which is way more realistic than it should be.
 
As always with any book by Vivian Conroy, the characters in Death Plays A Part are true to life and possess every quality needed to bring the story off of the page. A cute and relatable coincidence of the story is that the leading lady's name is Guinevere. Is there a more suitable name for a heroine in a medieval castle?
 
A minor spoiler of Death Plays A Part is that the most hated man in the village also happens to be the victim. This kind of plot is always the most fruitful because there are so many suspects and this story is no different. As a closed door mystery this is one cosy crime which will have you pulling your hair out, trying to figure out who the killer is.     
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