The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware is a very entertaining read. So tricky. So spellbinding. This author draws you in and does not let go until the last page. Dang.
Harriet Westaway, one step away from eviction, gets a letter in the mail indicating she's come into some money. But wait, she reviews her folders - hmm, do they have the wrong granddaughter? Her paperwork does not add up, but what the heck? Maybe she can pull this off?
Hal hopes that her "career" as a tarot card reader can help her pull off a claim to money. She feels guilty, but she has some bad guys threatening her life.
At Trespassen, the family estate, she meets her uncles, hears about her dead mother/aunt, and is pulled into quite the mystery mess. Soon, she's quite threatened and scared for her life.
whoa! Keep those pages turning and hang in until the end. Great read!