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Mister Darcy's Christmas: A Mister Darcy series comedic mystery Kindle Edition
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She knows how to bring out the most in the plot and characters with her writing skills that makes it so enjoyable. Describing each character and where the plot is going are her strong points in her writing. She keeps you interested so that you don't want to put the novel down and read future novels from her.
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Through the eyes of Mary we see a bit of Scrooge and other classics, but Silkstone’s Darcy is not afraid of using his connections and wealth to help those who need it, even if it means doing so in front of others. It’s also clear he dotes on his younger sister — perhaps a little too much. Mister Darcy’s Christmas by Barbara Silkstone is a tale about charity, family responsibility, and love at its core.
-review originally published at Savvy Verse & Wit