Murder in the South of France - Susan Kiernan-Lewis

Murder in the South of France

By Susan Kiernan-Lewis

  • Release Date: 2015-01-01
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Score: 4
From 789 Ratings


Maggie Newberry is a whip-smart advertising copywriter who’s fast on her feet and a little stunned to realize that she’s over 30 and still hasn’t found true love. When her long-missing sister ends up dead, Maggie flies to the south of France to find the little niece that no one in the family even knew existed. Along the way, she finds handsome, sexy Frenchman Laurent Dernier to help search for the girl. Meanwhile, her sister’s murderer sets his sights on the little girl—and Maggie.


  • Good read

    By retired mystery reader
    Interesting characters, word building, not your usual storyline.
  • Murder In The South of France

    By Pins4
    Really enjoyed the book. All the pictures of France and the characters in the book. The happy ending and the solved murder. Can’t wait to finish reading the next book also.
  • Under in the South of France

    By sometimers3
    Wish I could control my weight gain as well as I can my curiosity for the next book. I didn’t buy it.
  • Murder in the South of France

    By bjs70
    The story line was interesting, but it moved really slow. I had a hard time finishing the book but I did finish it. It is not a book I would recommend reading.

    By Senior1935
    Compelling thriller
  • Murder in south of france

    By jlcatron
    Loved the characters of this book. Enjoyed trying to figure out who killed Maggie’s sister. Loved that the story had a happy ending and it was entertaining to read.
  • Too cheesy

    By no teleporting
    I wanted to love it but thought it just too far-fetched and cheesy, not to mention immature. I actually found myself being frustrated rather than entertained.
  • Murder in the South of France

    By Lisa993
    Enjoyed this story very much. Great storyline, although a bit far fetched at times. A first, but I would read more books from this author.
  • Not worth the time

    By Minnyfan04
    I couldn't believe or care about any of the characters. Every character felt more like a shallow and exaggerated caricature than a real person. This is basically a cheap romance novel fantasy with the connection to France as a gimmick. If you are looking for a mystery or crime fiction don't bother with this book.
  • Murder in the South of France

    By Wschroeder
    Susan Kieran-Lewis hooked me into this delightfully crafted mystery in the first sentence. The plot was complicated enough to keep the reader guessing who the villain actually was.