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Murder at the Brightwell - Community Reviews back

by Ashley Weaver
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Lillelara rated it 1 year ago
Murder at the Brightwell is the first book in the Amory Ames series and I really enjoyed this novel. I enjoyed it so much that I would have started the second book right away if I would have access to it. Admittedly the actual mystery was the weakest part of the story. It was written well enough b...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 2 years ago
This is an interesting story featuring a lost love, a marriage in trouble and dead bodies.Has some moments that didn't really work, I didn't really see relationship strengths or weaknesses and couldn't see why various people loved or didn't love each other, I did like the mystery, it falls into cosy...
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
The reason I bought this was because of the cover. :) Is it not gorgeous? It caught my eye immediately and since the blurb sounded rather interesting, I had to have it. It's touted as a Christie-esque mystery and I guess it's so, because it concerns a group of people brought together in a con...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it 4 years ago
It's going to be hard to say anything about this one without making it sound like I'm damning it with faint praise. The cover quote says it's "An elegant Christie-esque romp". Putting aside that I'd hardly call most of Christie's work a "romp", there is a similarity in tone, and certainly setting....
Reflections rated it 4 years ago
Set at a luxury resort by the sea in 1930’s Britain, Murder at Brightwell has all the ingredients of a perfect diversion--well burnished prose, a captivating plot, witty dialog, elegant fashions, charming cads, upper class shenanigans, love gone wrong, secrets galore, an appealing main character, an...
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