Murder in the Hotel

The Attorney, The Client, The Unwinnable Case.
Daniel Swift has a problem. His client was seen leaving a hotel room where his blackmailer was found murdered.

The case seems cut and dry. In order find out what really happened however, Daniel will need to fend off a vindictive judge and do battle with a fierce District Attorney. He will also need to unravel the mysterious relationship between his client and the murder victim.

With only one chance to win the case and save his client’s life, it will be the toughest fight of his career.

A determined lawyer. A client with all the evidence stacking up against him, Murder in the Hotel: A Daniel Swift Mystery is part of a new series of books by author Penelope Sotheby.

If you are a fan of whodunits that will keep you guessing until the very end, then you will love this Daniel Swift adventure.

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Reviews for “Murder in the Hotel”

Great new series from established author Changling69

Great cozy mystery. Loved the setting and the introduction to these characters. Well written and fast moving this story gripped my interest from the very beginning. ranchmama

This is a great introduction to a new series. I enjoyed the mystery and the new characters have a unique spin to them. I look forward to seeing what happens to them next! Will definitely be recommending this Mary Nickell

I thoroughly enjoyed this story! Couldn’t let it out of my hands before it was done Satu Taipalus

What a great start to a new legal mystery series by Penelope Sotheby. I look forward to learning more about the main characters with the next book. Sandy Sez

Just like her Diane Dimbleby mysteries, this one is fast-paced and very enjoyable. I, for one, am glad to see a new series like this and can’t wait for the next one. DTChantel

I enjoyed this book very much. It was a fun book to read. It has the feeling of a classic detective novel. Texanne

The suspense of who is guilty holds strong & is a “total surprise”. Be Warned: You are on the “edge of your seat” in the Courtroom scenes. Dimples

She has big shoes to fill but if anyone can succeed with a similar series it is Penelope Sotheby. K. Blackburn

…the plot was very clever with lots of red herrings to make it satisfyingly difficult to spot the murderer, the ending was particularly well written. Godiva 2000

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