The latest of my My Weekly magazine online reviews is the fabulous Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare.
Published by Harper Collins’ imprint HQ on 28th April 2022, Miss Aldridge Regrets is available for purchase through the links here.
Miss Aldridge Regrets
Lena Aldridge is wondering if life has passed her by. The dazzling theatre career she hoped for hasn’t worked out. Instead, she’s stuck singing in a sticky-floored basement club in Soho and her married lover has just left her. She has nothing to look forward to until a stranger offers her the chance of a lifetime: a starring role on Broadway and a first-class ticket on the Queen Mary bound for New York.
After a murder at the club, the timing couldn’t be better and Lena jumps at the chance to escape England. Until death follows her onto the ship and she realises that her greatest performance has already begun.
Because someone is making manoeuvres behind the scenes, and there’s only one thing on their mind…
Miss Aldridge Regrets is the exquisite new novel from Louise Hare. A brilliant murder mystery, it also explores class, race and pre-WWII politics, and will leave readers reeling from the beauty and power of it.
My Review of Miss Aldridge Regrets
My full review of Miss Aldridge Regrets can be found on the My Weekly website here.
However, here I can say that Miss Aldridge Regrets is absolutely brilliant. It’s beautifully written, evocative of the era and so packed with twists turns and murder that I never knew quite might happen next. I loved it!
Do visit My Weekly to read my full review herehere.
About Louise Hare
Louise Hare is a London-based writer and has an MA in Creative Writing from Birkbeck, University of London. Originally from Warrington, the capital is the inspiration for much of her work, including This Lovely City, which began life after a trip into the deep level shelter below Clapham Common. This Lovely City was featured on the inaugural BBC TWO TV book club show, Between the Covers, and has received multiple accolades, securing Louise’s place as an author to watch.
You can find out more by visiting Louise’s website, following her on Twitter @LouRHare, and finding Louise on Instagram and Facebook.
2 thoughts on “Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare”
Sounds really good. I’m just starting to get into reading mysteries again so… I’ll check this one out.
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It’s a cracker of a book.
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