The Wedding Murders was an okay novel; it was a bit predictible, but it was still enjoyable for the most part. I liked the way Linley set up the narrative. It jumps from the present to the past, with some bits of a memoir thrown in, and all these pieces cohere together nicely to tell the story. I liked Libby; her strength and determination are admirable qualities. While I enjoyed the story, it wasn‘t the page-turner that I had hoped it would be.