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Cozy Prizes Friday: A Lady’s Guide to Etiquette and Murder Review-Agatha Award Nominee

I’m reviewing another Agatha nominee today, this time in the first novel category. If you enjoy light historical cozies, you might want to check this one out. I’ve given my review below, and if you haven’t already, be sure to enter my giveaway for some cozy cash on those Agatha’s.

My Review:

What a wonderful combination of regency romance and cozy mystery! Our amateur sleuth, Frances,  is a recently widowed woman who after escaping the grip of her husband’s greedy family, goes to London to sponsor her sister in the London season. London’s upper crust is being plagued by burglaries and she puts her sleuthing skills to work to catch the robber. Her efforts are hampered when the police suspect her of killing her husband. I enjoyed the unfolding of the mystery, the handsome neighbor, the supporting characters and the historical setting.

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