The Ghost Murder: A Jon Doyle Mystery - Atalhea Woodam

I picked this up as a free Kindle book.  I thought it was going to be a paranormal mystery, but it wasn't. And that was the beauty of the plot; as the murder unraveled, it ingeniously revealed what made it a ghost murder.


Enjoyable short story set at an English estate, reminiscent of an Agatha Christie novel. The quick pace moved the story along nicely and kept me turning pages.  The plot, concerning the murder of a gentleman during a dinner party, had twists and turns that I didn't see coming and I really enjoyed the AHA! moment when I figured things out. Not too much in the way of character development, but that didn't hinder the story at all, and in such a short book (104 pages) more detail would've bogged down the plot.


  I hope this is the start to a new series, I look forward to seeing more of Jon and his family.