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Murder on Mustique

Anne Glenconner

Published: 24th June 2021 FICTION A deliciously escapist Caribbean murder mystery. Mustique, the Caribbean island frequented by Princess Margaret, is home to its fair share of scandal – but murder was never meant to be part of the story. So when starlet Amanda Fortini goes missing, Lady Vee steps in to unravel the clues…but could solving the case actually threaten everything she holds dear? PAPERBACK Publisher: Hachette ISBN: 9781529336382
LoveMyRead price: £7.99

Our Curators said...

This is a page turner of simply brilliant quality and the perfect read for anyone wanting to escape to the Caribbean, in mind at least. Glenconner brings such vibrancy and atmosphere to the book: we can smell the ocean, hear the cicadas and taste the vodka martinis in this wonderful portrayal of drama on the private island which in real life was once the holiday spot of Princess Margaret and her famous friends. It’s a fantastic premise that a Lady In Waiting – a woman whose role is to be perceptive, accurate and precise – turns detective à la Miss Marple. Anne Glenconner may have written this, her debut novel, at 87 years of age but it is a truly masterful murder mystery.

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What the Critics are Saying

Dazzling . . . full of glamour, intrigue and gossip

The Telegraph

Packed with glamorous detail, the novel gives a sense of behind-the-scenes familiarity with the playground of the rich and famous . . . along with fascinating hints of the more troubled side of paradise

The Daily Mail

Anne Glenconner's memoir Lady In Waiting, which recalled her long friendship with Princess Margaret, was a runaway bestseller last year. This polished thriller evokes the same gilded world . . . A well-plotted thriller that unfolds at a clip . . . it's sure to find readers among fans of Lady In Waiting

Daily Express

What makes this vicarious Caribbean holiday worth taking is the pleasure of our hostess's company - the book is suffused not just with mere charm, but with the author's genuine, and genuinely attractive, personality

Sunday Telegraph

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