A Proposal to Die For (A Lady Alkmene Callender Mystery, Book 1) by Vivian Conroy. Woman Alkmene Callender arrangement, Conroy acquaints perusers with the primary woman herself. Sharp, shrewd and phenomenally curious, Lady Alkmene’s demeanor and capacity to snoop out succulent data was second to none. From the main section, Conroy assembles the puzzle and interest encompassing Evelyn Steinbeck’s character having as of late touched base in London, and immediately, perusers are driven on an energizing, comical and remarkably witty voyage by the creator, with a specific end goal to find the enemy of Evelyn’s rich uncle, Silas Norwich. In the wake of catching a somewhat fascinating scrap of discussion amongst Evelyn and an anonymous man of his word one night, Lady Alkmene feels this is a case she can’t relinquish. There’s certainly something untoward going ahead here, and she’ll be doomed on the off chance that she isn’t going to discover more, whether disapproved of or not!
I wouldn’t say this was an edge-of-your-seat, holding and exceptional secret, yet rather a comfortable, kick back-and-appreciate the-ride riddle with such a great amount to anticipate, not overlooking the spectacular cluster of charming, engaging characters who truly made this story what it was. Woman Alkmene was splendid. Her sharp mind, comical inclination and refusal to down were all characteristics which I cherish in a man, and what made this book much more agreeable was the undeniable strain between Lady Alkmene and writer Jake Dubois