Daughter of Baal (The Law Game – Book #3) by Gill McKnight

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Book Three in the series The Law Game

Author: Gill McKnight

Description

Book three of The Law Game is full of secrets, missteps, and murder.

 

A 1920’s society wedding attended by the richest and most fashionable people possible ends in murder. Lady Margo, top sleuth and Maid of Honour suspects there is more to it than the ‘curse’ of the stolen idol in the garden grotto. The Clamp family have been looting the Middle East of archaeological finds for decades, could the culprit be a rival for this lucrative and illegal trade, or more likely has a love triangle gone horribly wrong.

As the weekend unfolds Lady Margo, and her trusted servant and chauffer, Jones, find a house full of secrets and lies. From the elite guests upstairs to the lowest estate worker, no-one is as they seem and none can be trusted.

And through it all, the Daughter of Baal watches with a knowing grin.

Additional information

Publication Date

August 2016

Formats

epub, mobi, and pdf

Length

26,000 words

Language

English

ISBNs

978-3-95533-718-6 (mobi), 978-3-95533-719-3 (epub), 978-3-95533-720-9 (pdf)

Publisher

Ylva Publishing

2 reviews for Daughter of Baal (The Law Game – Book #3) by Gill McKnight

  1. rrrahming2020
    Rated 4 out of 5

    :

    I really like a cute little mystery. Especially, when that mystery is a period piece. This reminded me of something a modern day Agatha Christie like author would write, except with lesbian characters and a bit more humor. I loved pretty much everything about this one. I like our lead Lady Margo and her sexy companion, driver, and right had girl Jones. Even though this was extremely predictable because you knew someone was going to die and the “whodunit” would begin, it still had something going for it. Lol. I’d read more from this series for sure. Not necessarily The Law Game series, but more from these characters if Gill McKnight decided to branch this out into a series itself.

    I have no complaints except wanting to read more, and MAYBE a bit more of a physical relationship between Jones and Lady Margo. Maybe. However, their chemistry is good as it is, lesbian-like Sherlock Holmes and Watson-ish.
    Good little weekend read.

  2. Karen Mcintosh
    Rated 4 out of 5

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    I really enjoyed this story and found the country house setting and the characters of Lady Margo and her female chauffeur a fun, light read. I haven’t read the previous stories but I don’t think you need to to appreciate it. As guests and servants begin to fall the intrepid pair have to try and discover the culprit as the local plods are hopeless. There were plenty of red herrings to keep me guessing and a light-hearted feel to the whole book. Jones was especially interesting as she was a very tall American Indian women doing what was considered a man’s job and blurring the boundaries of gender and sexuality and thoroughly confusing a lot of people. I now have to go back and read the previous stories as I’m quite hooked on the series now.
    I was given this ARC free by Ylva publishing in return for an honest review.

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