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by Julianna Deering, Simon Vance
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A Sea of Stars
A Sea of Stars rated it 6 years ago
I was so sure I had one part of the mystery figured out. So sure. Yeah, well, that didn't turn out as expected. So it was a really tricky mystery, and good writing, but I wasn't entirely sold on some other things. Namely, Drew and Madeline. It was pretty much insta!love, [spoiler] considering that h...
Sister Mary Murderous
Sister Mary Murderous rated it 6 years ago
On Amazon (and presumably elsewhere), this book is hyped as: "Downton Abbey Meets Agatha Christie in This Sparkling Mystery" I was looking for a new audiobook and picked this one because I enjoy 1930s Golden Era mysteries, and Simon Vance is an excellent audiobook reader. It had its moments, but...
iola
iola rated it 7 years ago
Drew Fathering has returned home to the family estate in Hampshire, England, and finds his mother and stepfather are hosting a house party, and the ‘odious David Lincoln’ has been given his room. But other guests are more pleasant, particularly Miss Madeline Parker, his stepfather’s attractive Ameri...
The Word Warehouse
The Word Warehouse rated it 7 years ago
The author is obviously a fan of Dorothy Sayers as the protagonist is modeled after Lord Peter Wimsey. But a number of problems arise early on in this whodunit. First we are introduced to so many people in the first chapter it’s hard to keep track of the players without a scorecard. You can tell who...
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