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The Wedding Murders – Sarah Linley

I received an E-ARC copy of ‘The Wedding Murders’ by Sarah Linley through a NetGalley widget from the publisher One More Chapter. The expected Publishing date is 11.02.22.

This book follows Libby, a journalist who is invited to a wedding as the partner of ex-popstar Matthew.

Matthew hasn’t seen his band mates in a long time, but on the first evening tensions start to show, as it is revealed that Simon has written a memoir which will expose a shocking secret.

It is the morning of the wedding and Libby takes a morning jog awkwardly bumping into one of the bridesmaids. On her return to the hotel, she hears a gun shot. Is she being paranoid, or has something devastating happened to the bridesmaid?

The journalist in Libby starts to investigate to try and find out where the missing bridesmaid has gone and to discover the secret the ex-band members are so keen to keep hidden.

Will she find out the secret before anyone else gets hurt?

This book is split between Libby at the wedding, the band’s journey, and Simon’s memoir. This gives a few different sides, and slowly leads up to the big reveal.

I enjoyed reading and it kept me guessing until the end, I didn’t know who could be trusted.

I did feel for Libby as she was put in an awkward situation, not only did she not know anyone but Matthew, but she was made to feel as if she was being paranoid. At least she followed her gut instinct and investigated even after being warned.

Overall, a slow building mystery exposing the secrets of a nineties pop band.

My Rating:

💜💜💜💜 /5

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