This week, I'm featuring Murder at the Mena House by Erica Ruth Neubauer.
This is the first in a new series set in 1926 Egypt. It's a lot of fun, and you can guess from the opening:
When selecting an exotic location for travel, it's advisable to choose one where the air isn't trying to kill you. I would try to remember that for the next time.
Isn't that a fun opening?
Page 56 is the start of chapter 10. Here's how it begins:
Redvers stayed with me for a time, and I appreciated the concerned glances he kept sending my way. At least one person seemed to be concerned for my well-being, and for that, I was grateful.
I'm planning to post a review on Monday ahead of the Tuesday release date. I hope you'll come back then to see what I thought.
In the meantime, enjoy a quiet weekend full of reading.