Review; The Country Inn Mystery by Faith Martin

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the crime novel The Country Inn Mystery by Faith Martin through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards, but I haven't published my review until now.

Description from Goodreads
Jenny Starling is working at The Spindlewood Inn for the weekend. It’s hosting a Regency Extravaganza, involving historical costume, amateur dramatics and food.

Leading actress of the amateur dramatic society and reputed man-eater Rachel Norman portrays a doomed noblewoman. But when she turns up actually drowned in the pond, there’s suddenly a murder to investigate.

There’s been plenty of trouble at the idyllic country inn. The performers weren’t a happy troupe, and Jenny discovers a simmering romantic tension.

Who wanted Rachel dead and why? Jenny Starling is going to need all her wits to crack this complex case.

This is the seventh in a series of enjoyable murder mysteries with a great cast of characters and baffling crimes which will keep you in suspense to the final page.

Perfect for fans of classic whodunits by authors like Agatha Christie, LJ Ross, TE Kinsey, and J.R. Ellis.

My Thoughts on the Book
The Country Inn Mystery was a fun and quick read. The plot was nicely laid out and it wasn't an "instant death" as in a lot of crime/mystery novels. The characters are realistic and complex, as well as there's tension between a few of them.

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