Review; Death Awaits in Durham (Kitt Hartley Yorkshire Mysteries #4) by Helen Cox

As I've read the previous books, I couldn't resist reading Death Awaits in Durham (Kitt Hartley Yorkshire Mysteries #4) by Helen Cox and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
When librarian and budding private investigator Kitt Hartley visits her ex-assistant Grace Edwards in Durham, she soon learns of an unsolved murder.

A year ago Jodie Perkins, a Mechanics student, disappeared after her student-radio broadcast was cut short with a deafening scream. The police suspect Jodie was murdered although her body was never found.

Keen to be on the front line of one of Kitt's investigations, Grace convinces Kit to use her recent private investigator training to solve the mystery. Can Kitt and Grace uncover the truth?

My Thoughts on the Book
I really enjoy reading this series and Death Awaits in Durham didn't disappoint. I love the well-developed characters as well as the dynamics between them. The plot is well-written with several red herrings to throw you off, as well as a healthy dose of humour. Although it's labeled cosy mystery, it's a bit more gritty than the American counterparts, but it doesn't have that much "blood, guts and gore" thankfully.

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