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Murder Under A British Moon by Abigail Keam is the story of Mona Moon, a wealthy heiress from Kentucky who is engaged to be married to the Duke of Brynelleth, Robert Farley. Mona travels to England with Robert and her assistant Violet to her fiance's ancestral home. As the soon-to-be Duchess of Brynelleth, Mona Moon must meet her staff for the first time and win them over to restore the rundown manor to its former glory. She needs to get the house in order, but little does she know that people are conspiring against her. Mona's independence and generosity to enable others' independence threaten the plans of those who wish to maintain control and power. Mona will soon find out whether it's ghosts, assassins, or disgruntled staff members lurking in the hallways of Brynelleth Manor.
Murder Under A British Moon by Abigail Keam is a fascinating, mysterious, and entertaining story. I particularly loved Mona Moon, who exemplifies the strength and independence that I admire in women. Mona is observant, generous, and caring, taking the lead and dominating the space where she finds herself with exemplary elegance. The powerful and fascinating character that Keam created holds one's attention throughout the book. Characters like Violet, who is initially innocent, grow to become perceptive under Mona's guidance. The plot is unique and intriguing, and I found the quips between the characters amusing. I loved reading Murder Under A British Moon. It was an entertaining and relaxing read, and I look forward to reading more about the trouble that follows Mona.