Mystery

Murder at the Royal Botanic Gardens by Andrea Penrose

After reading Murder at Queen’s Landing, I knew I had to continue reading the series. Wrex asked Charlotte to marry him, after all! Next up is Murder at the Royal Botanic Gardens.

A quote from Murder at the Royal Botanic Gardens by Andrea Penrose

Charlotte Sloane and the Earl of Wrexford attend a gathering at the Royal Botanic Gardens together as an engaged couple.

A quote from Murder at the Royal Botanic Gardens by Andrea Penrose

The Earl of Wrexham is a scientist. Really, he’s a chemist. But when he’s at a botany gathering, a doctor from the United States requests that he come to view the dead body of his friend. Tyler, Wrex’s valet, told the doctor about the investigations that Wrex had done.

Murder at the Royal Botanic Gardens by Andrea Penrose

Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)

In Murder at the Royal Botanic Gardens, even though Wrex and Charlotte do all they can to avoid investigating the murder (they are planning a wedding and Charlotte meets with her brother again), they end up investigating because a previous villain has returned.

Recommendation?

Andrea Penrose weaves a story revealing details as needed. I was clueless until almost the end as to who was behind it all. I do love that this is set in the Regency period. This book IS on Kindle Unlimited. If you like the Regency time period and mysteries much like Sherlock Holmes, you’ll want to read this one. If you enjoy science, mathematics, or botany, you’ll enjoy this one.

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