Skip to main content



Review: Murder at Waldenmere Lake by Michelle Salter

Today, I'm delighted to share my review for a fabulous murder mystery: Murder at Waldenmere Lake by Michelle Salter .  It's the second instalment in her series involving young reporter, Iris Woodmore, in post World War I England, and it's another cracking read! My thanks to Rachel's Random Resources and Boldwood Books for a copy. Make sure to check out the rest of the blog tour! Murder at Waldenmere Lake An Iris Woodmore Mystery Michelle Salter I read and reviewed the first book in the series, Death at Crookham Hall , back in January (find my review here ), and I thoroughly enjoyed it. So I was excited to check out the second book in this new murder mystery series – and I was not disappointed. After the end of the Great War, the British Army needs funds, urgently, so they're planning to sell off lands they'd used during and after the war – which are they now no longer need. As Waldenmere Lake is part of their property, negotiations are under way to sell it off

Latest Posts

Promo: Run with the Hare, Hunt with the Hound by Paul Duffy

Review: The Whispering Women by Trish MacEnulty

Review: The Scots of Dalriada by Rowena Kinread

Promo: A Mistake of Murder by Helen Hollick

Promo: The Black Madonna by Stella Riley

Review: Hammer by Micheál Cladáin