I enjoyed the first two books in the series, though the first one better than the second.
Raybourn's blog indicates that this is not the final installment of Julia Grey, and I look forward to reading the next one!
These historical/mystery romance novels are so well written, with complex characters, that I hate when the story ends.
I enjoyed this mystery the most so far out of the series as it was the least predictable and actually surprised me with who turned out to be the bad guy.Published 5 days ago by Heather Kidd
It’s a third Julia Gray mystery.
The story unfolds in the new residence of Nicolas Brisbane, the love interest of Julia. Read more
The setting for this story is really creepy - Grimsgrave Hall in Yorkshire set against the desolation of the moors - is Nicholas Brisbane's new home. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Judge Tabor
THis is the third installment of a fun series. It is a bit meandering at times, but Raybourn does bring all the threads home. She is an imaginative storyteller.Published 1 month ago by mastersa
Good book. Easy enjoyable read. Recommended for lazy day, curled up with a good book. Enjoyed the ending very much.Published 3 months ago by dovebeloved
Held my interest throughout the book. Each of the series get better.Published 3 months ago by C. Kazmierski
good read - gets long in spots.....the relationship development between lady julia and brisbane is pretty repetetive..... Read morePublished 4 months ago by msbasset
Ms. Raybourn is a truly special author who writes books that are very special. She must do a terrific amount of research to do such a fine job of setting her story, This book, set... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Leslie Heintzberger