!!> Read ➯ A Royal Murder (Rebecca Keith Mystery, #2) ➳ Author Sandra Winter-Dewhirst – Submitalink.info

!!> Read ➯ A Royal Murder (Rebecca Keith Mystery, #2)  ➳ Author Sandra Winter-Dewhirst – Submitalink.info The Duffle Bag Appeared To Be Made From Expensive Silk, Embossed With What Rebecca Thought Was Chinese Calligraphy She Was In No Doubt That The Bag Contained A Body The Protruding Bloodied Leg Was A Giveaway.A Macabre Murder During The Women S Australian Open Golf Tournament At One Of Australia S Most Prestigious Golf Courses Sees Food And Wine Journalist And Amateur Golfer Rebecca Keith On The Murder Trail Once Fortunately, Rebecca S Sleuthing Takes Her On A Journey Of Eating And Drinking Through Many Of Adelaide S Bars And Restaurants Little Does Rebecca Know That Her Visits To Nearby Barossa Valley And Kangaroo Island Will Reveal Clues That Will Become Crucial In The Hunt For A Killer.A Royal Murder, A Light Hearted Thriller Full Of Intrigue And Betrayal, Features A Full Cast Of Eccentric Characters Set Against The Rich Backdrop Of South Australia And Its Lush Food And Wine Culture.


9 thoughts on “A Royal Murder (Rebecca Keith Mystery, #2)

  1. Bree T Bree T says:

    This is the second novel in this series and I liked it quite a bit than the first novel Rebecca is volunteering at the Women s Australian Golf Open, which is being held at a course in South Australia when one of the world s top golfers throws a dummy spit after spotting a snake That same golfer ends up in a bag on the railway tracks a shor


  2. Kerrie Kerrie says:

    I couldn t resist taking a look at Sandra Winter Dewhirst s second offering, particularly as it is set in my hometown and she is a local author She does a good job of spruiking local tourist attractions, both physical places, and popular events, and local readers will enjoy being able to visualise where the action is taking place.It is a light he


  3. Pat Pat says:

    Easy to read mystery, highlighting some of South Australia s fabulous food and spots.


  4. Margaret Margaret says:

    Sandra is maturing as a writer Rebecca Keith is developing as a character and the complexity of the plot is great.


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