Lindas Book Obsession Review of “Ask Me No Questions” by Shelley Noble

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fullsizeoutput_366d.jpegLindas Book Obsession  Reviews “Ask Me No Questions” “A Lady Dunbridge Mystery” by Shelley Noble

Shelley Noble, Author of “Ask Me no Questions”, ” A Lady Dunbridge Mystery” has written a witty, intriguing. entertaining, and suspenseful novel. The Genres for this Novel are Mystery, Fiction and Historical Fiction. The time line for this novel is the turn of the twentieth century. The author describes her quirky and colorful characters as complex, complicated  and suspect.

Lady Philomena Dunbridge  (Phil) arrives in the United States  as a widow who has been mourning and grieving for her deceased husband for two years in England. Phil is with her loyal butler Preswick, and her newly hired maid Lily. They are headed to visit with Bev Reynolds, an old friend.

Hearing gunshots coming from  Bev’s husband’s car, Phil and Bev run to find Bev’s husband shot and bleeding in his mistress’s areas.  There is no driver in the car. Phil guides Bev away, and soon a detective comes to question them. Bev as well as the mistress seen to be suspects.

Phil feels it is her obligation to play detective and find who did this. Bev’s husband Reggie Reynolds, owed everyone money. He has a stable of horses, and one that everyone was counting on running and making a fortune. It looks like there is corruption  within the law. Reggie Reynolds had some very  suspect friends, and very angry friends. Even Bev’s father has been angry with him.

There are twists and turns, and highs and lows, There are characters who are loyal, and some have betrayed Bev. Who can be trusted? I would recommend this captivating and entertaining novel for those readers who love a great mystery. I received an ARC from NetGalley for my  honest review.

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