Thicker Than Water
Are you a mystery story line reader? Several of our crew love reading mysteries. So when we were asked to join the book tour for the 10th volume in the Murray of Letho series, Thicker Than Water; I had several hands go up to read the book.
While I haven’t read the entire series, I appreciate that the author writes in such a way that you can read each book as a stand alone and not feel completely lost in the series. Each book has a unique story and the characters are always back filled within the story.
This book has sparked my interest in the series. It’s exciting to find a new (to me) author that already has several books out so I can read to my heart’s content.
When young Walter finds a dead body along with the dead fish in his tutor’s fishpond, he knows he should tell his old master, Charles Murray of Letho. The dead man leaves a pretty wife and child and a broken string quartet, but someone must have profited by his death – could it be the avenger from his past as his widow fears, or is it someone from closer at hand? St. Andrews is once again the setting for a murder mystery, and a puzzle that Murray must solve before the murderer strikes again.
Information about the author:
Lexie Conyngham is a historian living in the shadow of the Highlands. Her Murray of Letho novels are born of a life amidst Scotland’s old cities, ancient universities and hidden-away aristocratic estates, but she has written since the day she found out that people were allowed to do such a thing.
If you are looking for a new read, jump over to Amazon or Good Reads and grab a copy of Thicker Than Water by Lexie Conyngham. It is available in both Paperback and Kindle formats. And if you are looking for the entire series, it is available too! Grab the Murry of Letho 10 Book Series in Kindle format for a great group of reading to keep you busy for at least a couple of weeks.
Don’t have a Kindle? Grab one for yourself. They are so nice to use for reading. I love my Kindle Fire and my little one uses the e-Reader version (just for reading without the added games and internet options).