In Ask Me No Questions by Shelley Noble, Lady Dunbridge moves to Manhattan after the death of her husband. She moves in with her friend Bev who will introduce her to society. But before Bev has the chance her husband is murdered and Lady Dunbridge steps in to comfort her and also finds herself trying to figure out who murdered her friend’s husband.
I found this to be a quick fun book. The mystery held my attention and kept me guessing. It was easy to picture Manhattan during the time period of 1900. The characters were fun and I especially liked Lady Dunbridge’s maid Lily and butler Preswick. Along with the compelling mystery and engaging characters there was also horse racing and corrupt police. This is the first book in the Lady Dunbridge Mystery series and I look forward to reading more.
My copy of Ask Me No Questions was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks!