Book Reviews, Books

Murder at the Male Revue by Elizabeth Perona


Rating: 4/5


When Mary Ruth’s company is hired to cater a fundraiser featuring the Buckingham Male Revue, the ladies see the chance to cross another item off their bucket list: helping divorcée Joy McQueen get over her decades-old fear of men in the buff. But when fundraiser sponsor Camille Ledfelter is stabbed to death, the women must uncover the naked truth about who wanted her dead.

Proving who did it, however, will require dodging a persistent stripper-for-hire, surviving the American Legion Bingo, drinking high-end cognac, searching for an implicated 3-D printer, and laying bare the motives of a dangerous killer.


“I don’t know how you and your friends always seem to be at the wrong place at the wrong time.”

I personally believe they’re always, unintentionally, at the right place at the right time and thank God for that, otherwise, I doubt Camille’s murder investigation would’ve gone anywhere.

Our, old but gold, ladies have once again found themselves on a mission to uncover a mystery while keeping us exceptionally entertained. It is not quite common to find “murder” and “on a  positive note” in the same sentence but on a positive note, once the storm passes, more items from the ladies’ bucket lists will be crossed off which is always a bonus.

I very much enjoyed having humour tangled within the quite intriguing plot that kept me frantically flipping through the pages.

This is a beautifully-written cosy mystery that will keep you coming back for more and if a good story with just the right amount of humour and suspense sounds like your cup of tea then you should absolutely give this book a read!

I would like to thank NetGalley, the publishers, and the author for providing me with an ARC Copy of this amazing book!

Goodreads link: Murder at the Male Revue

Amazon link: Murder at the Male Revue


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