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January 1927 New Year’s has arrived and Vi has resolutions. Her friends have faced something they never expected, and they’re all a little fragile. Determined to help her family, Vi brings them all together. No one is even startled when they come across a body. But this time all bets are off. Vi and her friends will do whatever is necessary to ensure that the main suspect go January 1927 New Year’s has arrived and Vi has resolutions. Her friends have faced something they never expected, and they’re all a little fragile. Determined to help her family, Vi brings them all together. No one is even startled when they come across a body. But this time all bets are off. Vi and her friends will do whatever is necessary to ensure that the main suspect goes free. Never have they been more determined to discover the killer. Book TWENTY-EIGHT in the Violet Carlyle Mysteries. Are you ready for the roaring twenties? You’ll love Vi, her patient husband Jack, her indulgent twin Vic, and their friends. For fans of Carola Dunn, Jacqueline Winspear, Georgette Heyer, and Lee Strauss. A light, cozy mystery with a fun peek into life in the life of a bright young thing. No swearing, graphic scenes, or cliffhangers. Up next: A Fabulous Little Murder


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January 1927 New Year’s has arrived and Vi has resolutions. Her friends have faced something they never expected, and they’re all a little fragile. Determined to help her family, Vi brings them all together. No one is even startled when they come across a body. But this time all bets are off. Vi and her friends will do whatever is necessary to ensure that the main suspect go January 1927 New Year’s has arrived and Vi has resolutions. Her friends have faced something they never expected, and they’re all a little fragile. Determined to help her family, Vi brings them all together. No one is even startled when they come across a body. But this time all bets are off. Vi and her friends will do whatever is necessary to ensure that the main suspect goes free. Never have they been more determined to discover the killer. Book TWENTY-EIGHT in the Violet Carlyle Mysteries. Are you ready for the roaring twenties? You’ll love Vi, her patient husband Jack, her indulgent twin Vic, and their friends. For fans of Carola Dunn, Jacqueline Winspear, Georgette Heyer, and Lee Strauss. A light, cozy mystery with a fun peek into life in the life of a bright young thing. No swearing, graphic scenes, or cliffhangers. Up next: A Fabulous Little Murder

30 review for Murder at Midnight

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cozy_Pug

    I absolutely adore this series! Twenty eight books in the series, and it's still fresh, fun, and entertaining. Every book feels like gathering with old friends. I love these characters and watching them grow and change as their lives change. I absolutely adore this series! Twenty eight books in the series, and it's still fresh, fun, and entertaining. Every book feels like gathering with old friends. I love these characters and watching them grow and change as their lives change.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    A great series This is not one of the more elaborate murder plots but the characters are so lovable and enjoyable that it’s still a nice read. This series is great for reading that lightens stress. I always feel more relaxed after spending time with Mrs. Wakefield and her entourage. I put each book release date on my calendar and look forward to it. Thank you Ms Byers❤️❤️

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Sterling

    Another enjoyable Violet and entourage cozy I have all of Beth Byers' book release dates on my calendar. Delighted to continue following my favorite characters on their adventures! This one was especially enjoyable because Ginny was in the spotlight of the investigation. Starting this series with the first book is important to the enjoyment of the character building, but Ms. Byers installments are frequent and characters memorable. I find I don't have to reread previous books like I do with othe Another enjoyable Violet and entourage cozy I have all of Beth Byers' book release dates on my calendar. Delighted to continue following my favorite characters on their adventures! This one was especially enjoyable because Ginny was in the spotlight of the investigation. Starting this series with the first book is important to the enjoyment of the character building, but Ms. Byers installments are frequent and characters memorable. I find I don't have to reread previous books like I do with other authors. This particular one will be one of this series I will revisit, it was satisfying like dining at first rate restaurant.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Laura Bury

    Such a satisfying series I have enjoyed all the Carlyle Mysteries. As each one unfolds, our heroine and hero, Violet and her twin Victor, with their entourage, try to balance the injustice of a wrongly accused person of murder during the 20s. There is still a distinct line between the classes, and each case finds Vi having to balance the resulting dark affect of crime on her psyche with the buoying affect of love and happiness gained in always becoming a better person. With lots of banter, snark Such a satisfying series I have enjoyed all the Carlyle Mysteries. As each one unfolds, our heroine and hero, Violet and her twin Victor, with their entourage, try to balance the injustice of a wrongly accused person of murder during the 20s. There is still a distinct line between the classes, and each case finds Vi having to balance the resulting dark affect of crime on her psyche with the buoying affect of love and happiness gained in always becoming a better person. With lots of banter, snark and hijinks, the lessons do not overwhelm the fun.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Doreen

    Interesting! Sadly, the murder of a classmate of Ginny's occurs on New Year's Eve and Ginny is the prime suspect. I did not fully enjoy it because entire scenario happened due to nasty Lady Eleanor's inviting herself and other uninvited guests to dinner and the party. Violet and Victor need to stand up to their obnoxious, self important stepmother! I obviously do not like this woman! Interesting! Sadly, the murder of a classmate of Ginny's occurs on New Year's Eve and Ginny is the prime suspect. I did not fully enjoy it because entire scenario happened due to nasty Lady Eleanor's inviting herself and other uninvited guests to dinner and the party. Violet and Victor need to stand up to their obnoxious, self important stepmother! I obviously do not like this woman!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Angela Bray

    Everyone rallies around a beloved person. This was a typical Vi Carlyle Mystery. I do not mean that in a derogatory way. All the boxes were checked. Gather friends, family and some unknown people✓ Have a murder✓ Have someone close to the young things group be the main suspect✓ The group join forces to prove the suspect innocent✓ In addition this installment moves forward the relationships between all the important parties.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sue Diamond

    Murder Mystery with Heart Im on book 28 of this series by Beth Byers. Her writing and stories get better and better. I was so tired of Denny and Violet's other spoiled friends who do nothing useful, so especially loved the developing relationship with her father and her adopted daughter Ginny. Who hasn't felt out of place in this world? Only those without a heart. Murder Mystery with Heart Im on book 28 of this series by Beth Byers. Her writing and stories get better and better. I was so tired of Denny and Violet's other spoiled friends who do nothing useful, so especially loved the developing relationship with her father and her adopted daughter Ginny. Who hasn't felt out of place in this world? Only those without a heart.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mate Beth

    Exceeded Expectations Once you get past the typos and grammatical errors (Beth, you well and truly deserve better proofread), the story I expected after the beginning was not the one I got. Thankfully! I expected pedantic and instead the plot was involved and the sequence of it was delightful. Well done!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sonja Lindquist

    Lots of honour, loyalty, friendship in a world of greed, hatred, and love The protagonists are imperfect, entitled, but decent and kind with feelings. The villains are not. Easy to read stories with no obvious solutions to the mysteries. I, who am in no position to judge, feel like the stories are getting even better perhaps.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Elena

    She did it again! A great read. Highly recommend ! We know the family, the friends, the servants.....and everyone’s history and Relationship with each other. So the Centerpieces are the murder and what leads up to it. When I finish each book I wish the next one was on my table. I recommend the entire series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Bob

    A great read. My first book by Ms Byers and I really enjoyed. The death didn't occur until half-way through the book but the exposition to that point. The characters were very believable and likable. I am considering reading some of Ms Byers books. My recommendation to read this if you are a mystery fan. A great read. My first book by Ms Byers and I really enjoyed. The death didn't occur until half-way through the book but the exposition to that point. The characters were very believable and likable. I am considering reading some of Ms Byers books. My recommendation to read this if you are a mystery fan.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kim Campbell

    Not that good to be honest Nothing much happened until over halfway through the book and then Violet simply guessed who had done it. No clues, no investigation to be honest, but hey presto! it was solved. I'm glad I read it via Kindle Unlimited, I would feel cheated out of my money if I'd paid for it. Not that good to be honest Nothing much happened until over halfway through the book and then Violet simply guessed who had done it. No clues, no investigation to be honest, but hey presto! it was solved. I'm glad I read it via Kindle Unlimited, I would feel cheated out of my money if I'd paid for it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Cathy

    Murder at Midnight Once again a Murder mystery with all the entanglements of relationships. Where good does prevail and injustices are made right. I love all the characters and how love always trumps every tragedy.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Judith Anderson

    Another Winner in this Period Mystery Series This series just keeps.getting better, covering the mid 1920s among the rich young things. A major addition to this mystery is the nastiness in girl's boarding schools, which erupts in a new way at Lady Vi's New Years Eve party. Another Winner in this Period Mystery Series This series just keeps.getting better, covering the mid 1920s among the rich young things. A major addition to this mystery is the nastiness in girl's boarding schools, which erupts in a new way at Lady Vi's New Years Eve party.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sharen

    What a great series! Love these 1920s mysteries. They have mysteries, lovable dogs, cute babies, evil doers doing evil deeds, and rollerskating parties. So, curl up in a comfy chair and enjoy solving the mystery with Vi and her entourage.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Wanda Kohl

    Schoolgirl found out The wrong assumptions are made by a Scotland Yard detective and Vi decifers the clues again. Murder and mayhem at a New Years party. Victims of viscous sniping are exposed and "the family" is saved . Schoolgirl found out The wrong assumptions are made by a Scotland Yard detective and Vi decifers the clues again. Murder and mayhem at a New Years party. Victims of viscous sniping are exposed and "the family" is saved .

  17. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Wilson

    Always a joy to read about Vi, Jack, Victor and the gang. I do keep hoping that Lady Eleanor will be the victim at some point. I eagerly await more adventures.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Moran

    Short This book seemed to be incredibly short. Ginny finally makes an appearance , Lady Eleanor shows up and there is a dead body.

  19. 5 out of 5

    JOYCE DURHAM

    Ginnys school story Ginny is home for Christmas and New Year for Vi’s party. She brings some school friends and one enemy arrives too. Drama follows.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary Gillanders

    Another lovely little mystery! This the 28 in the series of the Violet Carlyle Mysteries. Each one of them is truly enjoyable. I look forward to each release with glee.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Caroline

    I love these books, but this was very short, almost novella length.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I love this series. It's light and interesting and doesn't take me long to read. I do hope Vi and Jack have some littles of their owns soon though. I love this series. It's light and interesting and doesn't take me long to read. I do hope Vi and Jack have some littles of their owns soon though.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Janice

    Combined all the elements to an entertaining read. Made me smile then feel a bit sad and then laugh out loud. Love these Carlyle mysteries.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne Lejeune matthews

  25. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Bayley

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sondra Jacobson

  27. 5 out of 5

    randi traub

  28. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

  29. 4 out of 5

    SANDY B BOAZ

  30. 4 out of 5

    Fine

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