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I understand that Alexander was trying to keep the readers guessing who the murderer is, but she adds far too many unnecessary characters and plot points.
As a reader, I can forgive minor issues with the plot and story as long as I'm having fun with the characters in any novel.
Very happy with my order! It is so great to be able to buy books that are nearly new for a great deal less than I'd spend at a bookstore! Read morePublished 13 days ago by Chrysanthemum
Always entertaining to read about Lady Emily & Colin's investigations. Love her friend Cecile. Keeps you guessing until the end.Published 26 days ago by Anna Murphy Duehring
I enjoyed this one very much, it was quite different from the first four in this series; it moved right along and held my interest. Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. Lyle
This if probably my least favorite of the Lady Emily series. The setting in the country was neat and parts of the plot were engaging. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anne Bauer
I have enjoyed Lady Emily and her boldness for a woman of the 18th century. I have enjoyed the descriptions of the homes and architecture of that period.Published 3 months ago by Virginia M Palomares
Such a good book it keeps you on the edge of your seat! Another great must read book from Tasha Alexander!Published 3 months ago by Carrie Renteria
The usual facile but charming fare from Tasha Alexander. Lady Emily and her husband solve another crime and work through their personal issues hanging from the last book.Published 6 months ago by ABT
I enjoyed the book! Kept me guessing to the end. Only point I didn't enjoy so much was how Lady Emily continued to question herself and the devotion of Colin to their... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sherry M. Strutz
Lady Emily in this book has two personalities. One is the strong Emily we all know and then there's the weepy, scared of everything around her. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dickinson lover