Check out my #BookReview for Banking on Murder by @jdwhitelaw13 @reddogtweets

Title: Banking on Murder
Author – JD Whitelaw
Pages – 292
Publisher – Red Dog Associates
Publication Date: 3.12.20

Martha Parker runs a small private detective agency in Glasgow with her two sisters Helen and Geri. They specialise in cheating partners and those playing away from home.

The Parkers are hired by the reclusive wife of a wealthy banker she suspects is breaking their vows, but when he shows up murdered, it’s up to Martha, Helen and Geri to prove the wife’s innocence on their most dangerous case yet.

Ok, can we please just take a moment to appreciate this subtle yet elegant cover. I mean it is seriously stunning don’t you think?

This is the first book in the Parker sisters series, and what an incredible book it was. The characters were all 100% relatable and I loved how close they were.

Although this was a cosy mystery and a mystery it was, it was the perfect book to be reading around Christmas time as it had an incredible family vibe to it, with all of the sisters being incredibly close.

At the beginning of this book you think it is a clear cut case of who the murderer could be but you will be wrong and you will not guess who the mastermind behind it all was leaving you with that OMG moment.


This was a fantastic way to start off a series and I can not wait to read the next book.

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