Proof of Murder Book Reviews

Lauren Elliott

Proof of Murder by Lauren Elliott Book Summary

Bookshop owner Addie Greyborne must solve a locked-room murder in a supposedly haunted mansion to recover a priceless Sherlock Holmes original . . .
The seaside New England town of Greyborne Harbor is home to many grand estates, including the Queen Anne Victorian Addie inherited from her great aunt. Now one of those mansions is holding an estate sale, which is just what the bookshop owner needs to replenish her supply of rare editions—even if the house is rumored to be haunted. Assisting an overwhelmed insurance appraiser with the inventory, Addie discovers an 1887 magazine containing Arthur Conan Doyle's first Sherlock Holmes novel, A Study in Scarlet, which she estimates to be worth over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
But when Addie later finds the appraiser dead in the estate's private library, with the door bolted from the inside, and the priceless edition missing, it's a mystery worthy of the Great Detective himself. She's certain the death and the robbery are connected—but who, other than a ghost who can walk through walls, could have gotten in to do the deed? It's up to Addie to find the key to the crime—before she's the next one cornered by a killer . . .
Visit us at

👋 Do you love Proof of Murder books? Please share your friends!

share facebook whatsapp twitter pinterest telegram email
Book Name Proof of Murder
Genre Women Sleuths
Language English
E-Book Size 2.87 MB

Proof of Murder (Lauren Elliott) Book Reviews 2023

💸 Want to send money abroad for free?

We transfer money over €4 billion every month. We enable individual and business accounts to save 4 million Euros on bank transfer fees. Want to send free money abroad or transfer money abroad for free? Free international money transfer!

Will need to add more to my TBR pile!. Proof of Murder is the fourth in this series, but I can happily say if one has not read any of the others, one will not feel as if they are lost. The author does a good job of making sure the reader knows the characters well enough to be able to follow along with the plot. The plot revolves around murder of a woman insurance appraiser who was inside a locked room, with the windows pretty much sealed. Addie Greybourne and her cousin were one of the last ones in the room, and Addie is also one who had been appraising some rare books; one such book was worth around a hundred and fifty thousand dollars...a rare Sherlock Holmes story. Addie is shocked to find she is on the short list for the theft of some of the rare books, and even more shocked that the one accusing her is her former boyfriend. As Addie searches for clues to help clear her name, she is also faced with the fact that the mansion that was the site of the thefts may also be haunted. Local legends has her doubting her skepticism; especially when she believes she herself has seen a ghost. The story had some tension, and red herrings that had me pushing towards the end with both anticipation, and dread, not sure if I wanted to know what happens next, but also anxious to find out who did it. My emotions were taken for an exciting ride as I read this book, turning each page with heart pumping exhilaration. I have to admit to also feeling some pretty strong feelings towards her former boyfriend, and they were not the positive kind. But, that says something about the writing by this author that she could produce such feelings from me towards a fictional character. I also really enjoyed the main character, and her new boyfriend, and look forward to a future book that continues the relationship. I do not know how the previous books portrayed them, but then, I guess I will just have to research that in the previous novels. I will probably be spending some of my book money on this author’s three other books in the series. In the meantime, I recommend this book for those who are cozy mystery fans as it has all the right elements. It has good strong characters, especially the female protagonist, and a mystery that has you guessing, but also realizing you had all the clues once the final reveal is there.

About time!!!. Best one yet!!

Really kept your interest. Enjoyable

Disappointed. I am disappointed that Addie and Marc are not getting together. It was good other than that.

Okay... Good series, but I was waiting for Addie and Marc to end up together so it was a huge disappointment that they didn’t. I just think the characters really fit and understand each other so it seemed clear that they should have ended up together. Love all the twists and turns with each murder in each book, keeps you on your toes.

Loved It. All of her books I just can’t not put down I just have to finish them I’ve already pre ordered her next book because this book was so good

💰 A universe of opportunities: Payoneer

Did you know that you can earn 25 USD from our site just by registering? Get $25 for free by joining Payoneer!

🧠 Join the movement! Experience the world's No.1 brain supplement

Imagine you at your best. All the time. Picture yourself at your sharpest and most productive. Your most alert and focused. Your most lucid, creative and confident. At work. At play. In every area of your life. Add Mind Lab Pro® v4.0 to your daily routine and uncap your true potential. Buy Now!

👉 Are you looking for an Adsense alternative advertising platform?

Adsterra is the most preferred ad network for those looking for an alternative to AdSense. Adsterra is the ideal choice for new sites with low daily traffic. In order to advertise on the site in Adsterra, like other ad networks, a certain traffic limit, domain age, etc. is required. There are no strict rules. Sign up!

Please wait! Proof of Murder book comments loading...

Lauren Elliott - Proof of Murder Discussions & Comments

Have you read this book yet? What do you think about Proof of Murder by Lauren Elliott book? Ask the community a question about Proof of Murder!

Proof of Murder E-book (PDF, PUB, KINDLE) Download

Proof of Murder ebook proof-of-murder (2.87 MB) download new links will be update!

Proof of Murder Similar Books

Book Name Score Reviews Price
One Left Alive 4.5/5 1,953 Free
Malevolent 4.5/5 2,948 Free
Bed and Breakfast and Murder 4.5/5 1,272 Free
Unleashed 4/5 1,751 $4.99
Dark Places 4/5 4,593 $8.99

Enhance sleep, vision, cognition, flexibility, energy, long-range health and more. Performance Lab CORE Formulas support all aspects of human performance, across all walks of life. Boosts work performance and productivity with nootropics for focus, multitasking under stress, creative problem-solving and more.

Other Books from Lauren Elliott
Book Name Score Reviews Price
A Page Marked for Murder 4.5/5 242 $7.99
The Tales of Anna East 0/5 0 $9.99
A Margin for Murder 4.5/5 186 $6.99
Service Academy Admissions 0/5 0 $9.99
To the Tome of Murder 4.5/5 191 $6.99

Summary of Proof of Murder by Lauren Elliott

The Proof of Murder book written by Lauren Elliott was published on 28 April 2020, Tuesday in the Women Sleuths category. A total of 413 readers of the book gave the book 4.5 points out of 5.

Free Women Sleuths Books
Book Name Author Price
River Bones Mary Deal Free
The Girl From Paradise Hill Susan Lund Free
Macaron Murder Harper Lin Free
Silent as the Grave Cheryl Bradshaw Free
Murder Ballad Blues Lynda McDaniel Free

Coinbase is the world's most trusted place to buy and sell cryptocurrency. Open an account today, and if you buy or sell $100 or more of crypto, you'll receive $10 worth of free Bitcoin!

Paid Women Sleuths Books
Book Name Author Price
V is for Vengeance Sue Grafton $9.99
Dark Obsession Liz Schulte $3.99
Her Final Hour Carla Kovach $3.99
The 17th Suspect James Patterson & Maxine Paetro $9.99
From a Far and Lovely Country Alexander McCall Smith $13.99

Jasper is the generative AI platform for business that helps your team create content tailored for your brand 10X faster, wherever you work online.