Dancing With Death by Amy Myers. Published by Severn House

A party at Wychbourne Hall in 1925 goes awry when one of the guests is killed.  Chief Nell Drury knows that the fancy dress ball that lord and lady Ansley are throwing is bound to get a little wild. The crowd is young and wild and after the dance, a ghost hunt is planned.  When a body is found during the festivities, Nell has her work cut out for her; there are plenty of suspects, both alive and dead. Myers works hard to bring the spirit of the 1920’s to this story, but I found the slang of the time just a little to cutesy for my taste

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