- File Size: 2881 KB
- Print Length: 312 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0996483160
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: JDP Press (May 26, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071J129MG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,759 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Miss Georgia Fenchurch is the middle-class owner of an antiquarian bookstore. She is also a member of the Archivist Society and the fiancé of the Duke of Blackford. The Archivist Society was formed to help individuals who can’t or haven’t been helped by Scotland Yard. It was in one such investigation that Georgia met the Duke of Blackford.
Over the course of the books in the series the Duke has wooed Georgia. He had a time convincing her that she could still be who she really was and be his Duchess at the same time. Finally, in the last book he managed to convince her to marry him! I was so excited – and now – this book brings us to the wedding – so – what trouble can Georgia get into with only a few days left until the wedding . . . .
Eight days before her wedding, Georgia gets a visit from Eugenie Munroe who begs her to find Greyson Burke who is an investigator for the crown. Georgia is itching for something to do in order to keep her mind off the upcoming wedding, but after she hears Eugenie’s tale, Georgia is sure she won’t be able to solve it before the wedding and will only agree to taking on the case if she can involve all of the Archivist Society in the case.
Eugenie had been in Egypt with her uncle who had been tasked to solve the robbery of gold coins valued at over a million pounds. Eugenie’s uncle had been murdered in the course of the investigation and she and Greyson had taken up the task of finding who had committed the murder.
Several murders and an ocean crossing later, the investigation lands on English soil. However, Greyson has disappeared and Eugenie has no idea where to turn – so – she turns to Georgia Fenchurch.
As Georgia investigates, there are attacks upon Eugenie and later on Georgia. Then there are more murders and many, many suspects. Then add abductions and more threats of murder before all is solved. Goodness what an exciting ride through the twists and turns of a delightful investigation.
Then, of course, we have the wedding. Oh! what a romantic time that is. Blackford’s wedding gift to Georgia absolutely could not be any more perfect. My goodness my heart was all aflutter!
I highly recommend this book and hope it delights you as much as it did me!
For some reason writers seem to be hitting their stride with some of these series' and then write no more! Sometimes its the publisher but whatever the reason, it just leaves us hanging!
The the marriage in this book is such a great starting point for more stories.
I can't believe how quickly I became involved with the characters. This author as a real gift for breathing life into her people. I greatly look forward to the next installment.
By the way, if you've enjoyed Georgia's late Victorian adventures, don't miss Kate Parker's Deadly series, set in the late 30s.
I also got very tired of Georgia running out to face villains without help. Her recklessness wasn't charming, it was stupid. This was a "will she get to the church on time?" mystery, so the plot was a bit lame.
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