Murder at Graverly Manor

Murder at Graverly ManorDaniel Edward Craig

By far the best mystery I’ve read in months, Murder at Gravely Manor is creepy and gripping. Former hotel manager Trevor Lambert decides that his life-long ambition is to own a B&B, despite never having mentioned this ambition previously. When he finds that he eccentric Lady Gravely is going to sell her historic B&B, perhaps at a steal, he enters into a bizarre month of training. Lady Graverly careens from one personality pole to the other. At times she dotes on Lambert – at other times threatens and berates him. The rest of the staff leave, one after the other, leaving Lambert alone with a women he is increasingly sure committed a murder 40 years previously. Gothic, dark and wonderful.

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