I decided to move to the next decade for the next new release available. Murder at the Mikado by Julianna Deering is set in the 1930's in England. The series is like a mixture of Downton Abbey and Agatha Christi, which makes for a great fun read.
Drew and his fiancée Madeline are ready to have life be a little calmer. No more murders would be high on that list as they start to prepare for their up coming wedding. Then Drew's old flame is accused of murder and he knows that he can't leave Fleur and her family on their own.
As their investigation continues things become strained between Drew and Madeline. Will their relationship be able to survive?
I have read and reviewed the other two books in the series and completely enjoyed them and am looking forward to spending a couple days investigating a murder along side Drew and Madeline again. The humor is fun to read, but the mystery is what make this series the best.