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The average rating for Veil of Death based on 2 reviews is 3 stars.has a rating of 3 stars

Review # 1 was written on 2012-06-29 00:00:00
2006was given a rating of 3 stars Gary Thurgood-parkes
Interesting murder and cleverly written book. Bride is murdered during her reception and every chapter is why each guest wanted to kill her.
Review # 2 was written on 2018-08-08 00:00:00
2006was given a rating of 3 stars Charles Stuart
3 and 1 / 2 stars PI Jordan Lacey takes on a case of plant murder. Someone is poisoning Samuel Steel's prize garden. This rather mundane task turns deadly when Samuel's wife turns up dead. George the Jester enters the picture and creates havoc in his inimical style. He claims that he is being stalked by some woman. He doesn't know her name or who she is, but she's definitely stalking him. Jordan takes him a little more seriously when he is found hanging in his dressing room. Jordan now has two cases and two murders on her hands. Along the way, Jordan has all kinds of guys falling all over her, but she resists them for she is enamored with a certain DI James who doesn't know that she's even alive. There is definitely a certain degree of comic relief in this book. It is fairly well written and plotted, except at one point where the book loses its way. The characters are likeable, if a little insipid - at least as far as Jordan is concerned. This is my first Stella Whitelaw book, and I'll certainly look into her other novels. I want to thank Netgalley and Endeavour Press for forwarding to me a copy of this cozy little book to read.


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