Book 3 in the High Society Lady Detective series is now available at Audible: The Egyptian Antiquities Murder by Sara Rosett. Elizabeth also narrated the first two books in this 1920s British cozy mystery: Murder at Archly Manor and Murder at Blackburn Hall. The series just keeps getting better and better!
Secrets never die….
October, 1923. Lady detective Olive Belgrave has a new case. Lady Agnes doesn’t believe in curses – especially ancient curses – and she hires Olive to prove her uncle wasn’t the victim of a malevolent mummy. Olive investigates and discovers the truth is much worse – it’s murder. Can Olive debunk the curse and reveal the true culprit before the mummy curse claims another victim?
The Egyptian Antiquities Murder is the third book in the High Society Lady Detective series, a cozy historical series set in 1920s England. If you enjoy lighthearted novels reminiscent of the Golden Age of detective fiction with spirited protagonists and perplexing mysteries, you’ll love the High Society Lady Detective Series from USA Today best-seller Sara Rosett.
Elizabeth is excited to announce the release of Book #2 in Sara Rosett’s High Society Lady Detective series: Murder at Blackburn Hall, now available at Audible. The first book, Murder at Archly Manor, has been garnering excellent reviews since it came out. “This book was a very fun, light murder mystery. Narrator did wonderful job of portraying oh-so-polite British aristocracy…” “I enjoyed the characters, the plot moved along well, and there was just enough intrigue to add excitement … I also greatly enjoyed the narrator that enhanced the listening experience doing both male and female characters equally well.” Book #3 is in production now and will be out in April!
Even quaint and quirky English villages have a dark side….
September, 1923. Despite closing her first case, high society lady detective Olive Belgrave hasn’t found a new client. She’s taken a job as a hat model to pay for her poky boarding house room. But then a job offer comes her way: make discreet inquires about a famous author who’s disappeared.
Olive travels to the English countryside to hunt for the missing mystery author. But soon after she arrives in the sleepy village, a body is discovered. Then a second murder focuses the police’s attention on Olive, and she must clear her name before the murderer pens a plot that frames her.
Murder at Blackburn Hall is the second in the High Society Lady Detective series, a lighthearted cozy historical mystery series set in 1920s England. If you love novels that take you back to the Golden Age of detective fiction with interesting plots, posh settings, and twisty mysteries, you’ll love the High Society Lady Detective Series from USA Today best-seller Sara Rosett.
Elizabeth is excited to be working with best-selling author Sara Rosett on her new mystery series: The High Society Lady Detective Series. Book #1, Murder at Archly Manor, has just been released at Audible. Elizabeth will be narrating the next two books in the series early in 2019.
A high-society murder. A spirited lady detective. Can she outclass the killer before an innocent person takes the fall?
London, 1923. Olive Belgrave needs a job. Despite her aristocratic upbringing, she’s penniless. Determined to support herself, she jumps at an unconventional job – looking into the background of her cousin’s fiancé, Alfred.
Alfred burst into the upper crust world of London’s high society, but his answers to questions about his past are decidedly vague. Before Olive can gather more than the basics, a murder occurs at a posh party. Suddenly, every Bright Young Person in attendance is a suspect, and Olive must race to find the culprit because a sly murderer is determined to make sure Olive’s first case is her last.
Murder at Archly Manor is the first in the High Society Lady Detective series of charming historical cozy mysteries. If you like witty banter, glamorous settings, and delightful plot twists, you’ll love USA Today best-selling author Sara Rosett’s series for Anglophiles and mystery lovers alike.
Travel back to the golden age of detective fiction with Murder at Archly Manor.
The latest audiobook in Clara Benson’s Angela Marchmont Mystery series is now available at Audible: The Incident at Fives Castle. Elizabeth has narrated three other books in this 1920s British lady detective series: The Mystery at Underwood House, The Treasure at Poldarrow Point, and The Riddle at Gipsy’s Mile.
It is Hogmanay, and Angela Marchmont is at Fives Castle, the Scottish seat of the Earl of Strathmerrick, to see in the start of 1928. But when she finds out that the Foreign Secretary, the American Ambassador, and the Head of British Intelligence are also among the guests, Angela begins to suspect that something momentous is afoot. Before long, they are all snowed in and a body is discovered, and Angela soon finds suspicion directed against herself….
The third installment in Lee Strauss’ Ginger Gold Mystery series is now available at Audible: Murder at Bray Manor. Elizabeth has also narrated the first two books in the series: Murder on the SS Rosa and Murder at Hartigan House. If you haven’t listened to this thrilling 1920s cozy British mystery series yet, you’re in for a treat!
A poltergeist guilty of murder?
Ginger Gold receives a letter from her sister-in-law, Felicia, requesting Ginger come straightaway to her late husband’s family home, Bray Manor. Dowager Lady Gold, Ginger’s nervous grandmother through marriage, believes the old manor is haunted.
Ginger doesn’t believe in ghosts, but is haunted nevertheless by memories of her husband and the lure of his gravesite she just can’t bring herself to visit.
In order to keep Bray Manor afloat financially, Felicia and Ambrosia have opened the estate to the public for club meetings and special events. Knitters, stamp collectors and gardeners converge weekly–targets for the poltergeist that seems to find amusement in hiding small things from their owners.
Bray Manor hosts a dance to raise money for maimed soldiers who struggle with peacetime after the Great War. Felicia invites her flapper friends and her new beau, Captain Smithwick, a man Ginger has met before and definitely doesn’t like.
When the dance ends with the discovery of a body, Ambrosia is certain the poltergeist is to blame, but Ginger is quite sure the murderer is made of flesh and blood.