I just finished reading Miss Morton and the English House Party Murder by Catherine LLoyd. This book is the first in the Miss Morton Mystery series and was released last year.
A family scandal turned Lady Catherine into Miss Morton, paid companion to the wealthy Mrs. Frogerton. In Caroline's eye better to make her own way than becoming another of her aunt's charity cases. Invited to her cousin's birthday party and ball at Greenwood Hall, Caroline steps back into Regency society, a society that would rather she disappear completely. As she assists her employer, who has been begrudgingly invited along with her daughter, and her aunt Caroline senses things aren't quite right at the manor. A missing butler, a murdered great aunt, and relatives who refuse to admit that anything is wrong lead Caroline on a dangerous path into the sordid history of Greenwood Hall. Will she uncover the truth? Should she?
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