Book Review: A Haunting at Hartwell Hall (2021)

A Haunting at Hartwell Hall by Rachel Bowdler

“Because I don’t like to bother the dead. Usually, when they want to talk, they let me know — but it seems this one wants to be bothered.”

OH. MY. GOSH. YUS.

1920s! Ladies! Ghosts! Big house! Spookies!

I adored this latest addition to Bowdler’s repertoire so much. Blair came in and stole my heart immediately. I loved her characterisation so much. She has the patience of a saint, honestly. I’ll admit, Felicity drove me absolutely bonkers for like the first 80% of the book 😂 but I understood her by the end.

BLAIR IS THE BEST THOUGH AND I LOVES HER. And the ending was PERFECTION.

For a truly fantastic read, definitely pick up this gem! ☆

Also, a great companion read to this is definitely The Murder Next Door!

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