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Charlie Cochrane
As Charlie Cochrane couldn't be trusted to do any of her jobs of choice--like managing a rugby team--she writes. She lives in England, but has yet to use her local town Romsey as a setting for her stories. Maybe one day...Charlie's Cambridge Fellows Series of Edwardian romantic mysteries was... show more

As Charlie Cochrane couldn't be trusted to do any of her jobs of choice--like managing a rugby team--she writes. She lives in England, but has yet to use her local town Romsey as a setting for her stories. Maybe one day...Charlie's Cambridge Fellows Series of Edwardian romantic mysteries was instrumental in her being named Author of the Year 2009 by the review site Speak Its Name. She's a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association, Mystery People, International Thriller Writers Inc and is on the organising team for UK Meet.
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Cat Among the Pigeons
Cat Among the Pigeons rated it 5 years ago
Beebs' Review Book 2 in the Lindenshaw Mysteries seriesAlthough this is the second book in the series and there are references to events in book 1, it still reads very well as a standalone. It's definitely more mystery than romance but there are some lovely scenes between the heroes and Charlie Co...
Witty Little Knitter
Witty Little Knitter rated it 5 years ago
With the recent series of college murders behind him, Cambridge Fellow Jonty Stewart is in desperate need of a break. A holiday on the beautiful Channel Island of Jersey seems ideal, if only he can persuade Orlando Coppersmith to leave the security of the college and come with him. Orlando is a quie...
Witty Little Knitter
Witty Little Knitter rated it 5 years ago
Especially (cozy) crime series are often written in a way that you can read them in any order. Previous events are rarely referenced and characters aren't changed much by them. The Cambridge Fellows is not one of them. On the one hand this is a good thing. It gives the characters more depth if they ...
The Way She Reads
The Way She Reads rated it 5 years ago
From the moment I started this book I couldn’t get over how charming – and I mean that in the best possible sense of the word - Lessons for Idle Tongues is. The setting, the characters and the story seduced me from the first paragraph. I think it’s fair to say I’ve been a fan of mysteries for almost...
maarjao
maarjao rated it 5 years ago
This book had a lovely Agatha Christie feel to it, everybody on a vacation, a murder with many suspects and a complicated solution, people playing bridge (love it!), with some M/M romance as a bonus. I think I enjoyed it even more than the first book, with the relationship nicely established and the...
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