A Date with Murder Book Review

A fresh take on a classic series!

Just the Facts

Title: A Date with Murder: Murder, She Wrote

Author: Jessica Fletcher, Donald Bain, and Jon Land

Publisher: Berkley Mystery

A Little About the Book

Jessica Fletcher is attending a Labor Day Party at the home of her good friends Hal and Babs Wirth. When Hal is found dead of a heart attack at the party and it is soon revealed his entire financial fortune has been drained, Jessica knows something more than a heart attack has occurred. Can Jessica get to the bottom of what really happened to Hal before death strikes again?

Stuff You Should Know

small town, Jessica Fletcher / Murder, She Wrote mystery, online dating

Can You Start this Series in the Middle?
Yes. All of these books are written as stand alone mysteries. If you are a fan of the Murder, She Wrote television show, you’ll feel quite comfortable with this book.

If You Like …
Murder, She Wrote the television series, you’ll love this book.

Marie’s Thoughts

I’ve read several books in this series. To be honest a few books back they got quite repetitive for me and I had stopped reading them as regularly. I felt this book was a fresh take on the series. It humanized Jessica Fletcher and brought depth to her as a character that I appreciated, while still holding true to her personality. The book dealt with current day issues and was an entertaining read. I would recommend it to fans of cozy mysteries and Murder, She Wrote in particular.

I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own. This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase anything from the links above, A Cozy Experience receives a small commission and for that we are very thankful!

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Jon Land
5 years ago

Marie: I’m so deeply appreciative of your words and thoughts on my first effort in the MURDER, SHE WROTE series. Your review encapsulated everything I set out to do when I took over the series from the late, great Don Bain and serves as wonderful affirmation of my efforts in that a regard. MANUSCRIPT FOR MURDER, my second effort, has already been turned in and will be published in November. And rest assured your words will continue to inspire me to make this the finest cozy mystery series out there today. Jon