I recently posted my review of THE WINDSOR KNOT by SJ Bennett on my library's Facebook page:
For all its outward appearance of being a ‘’ read there is a bit more grit to it than that. As well as the manner of death, it also includes spying and drug-use as potential motives, but as this exchange between the Queen and Prince Philip shows, she’s unshockable:
“They forget. I’ve lived through a world war, that Ferguson girl and you in the Navy”
“And yet they think you’ll need smelling salts if they so much as hint at anything fruity. All they see is a little old lady in a hat.”
This is an enjoyable “country house” mystery with any wrongdoers having had to have been on the premises due to the tight security arrangements. The plot is quite complicated and revolves around a significant clue, one that the Queen can assist with explaining. If you watch ‘The Crown’ or are interested in the Royal Family, then that will give an added dimension.