Murder, She Wrote: Murder in Red – Review + Giveaway

Just the Facts

Title: Murder, She Wrote: Murder in Red

Author: Jessica Fletcher & Jon Land

Publisher: Berkley Publishing

About the Book

How well do we really know our friends? This is a question Jessica Fletcher is facing. Her friend, Mimi Van Dorn dies under suspicious circumstances, leaving more questions than answers. And to add to the confusion, Jessica’s friend George Sutherland is facing health issues he doesn’t wish to discuss. Will Jessica find the answers she seeks before it is too late?

Marie’s Thoughts

Jon Land has found his stride with the Murder, She Wrote series. He shows us a more philosophical side of Jessica in this book. We see her thoughts and feelings on life, as well as the case. The book is a page turner and I found myself quickly engrossed in the story. Although there was a time or two I had a hard time imagining Jessica doing what was written on the page, I still very much enjoyed the story.

Want to win a copy for yourself?

Thanks to Berkley Publishing, I have a copy of this book to giveaway to one lucky reader. Enter via the Rafflecopter below. Best of luck!


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Candy Kennedy
Candy Kennedy
1 year ago

I love this series and am glad to see it continue.

Laura
Laura
1 year ago

I love a series generations can enjoy together

Gayle Boyce
1 year ago

Already subscribed to newsletter and FB page. I didn’t know there was a book series!

Linda Chudej
Linda Chudej
1 year ago

Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of the latest Murder, She Wrote.

Marilyn Watson
1 year ago

Instagram i am on but not quite doing a lot with it. I know I need to change that…following…
Marilyn

Faith Creech
Faith Creech
1 year ago

Thanks so much for the chance to win this book. I love Murder She Wrote and would love to read this book!

Kathleen Kendler
Kathleen Kendler
1 year ago

Haven’t read this series, yet.

Tari Hann
1 year ago

Thanks for the entry! I’ve only read one of the newer books and it was definitely fun to see Jessica using cell phones and having computers in her life (It was the book before this and she spent 99% of her time in NYC)