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Spirits Onstage (A Daisy Gumm Majesty Mystery, Book 8) Kindle Edition
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In between rehearsals and trying to solve a mystery, Daisy and Sam don't have too much time together, but that's all right. It gives their romance time to grow slowly, as it should.
The little glimpses we have of Pasadena in the 1920s add a bit of enjoyment for those of us familiar with the town, and Daisy's frequent visits to the rich residents give us a peek behind the walls of the mansions we see driving by.
I love Daisy's humor!
In this episode there is a murder and one of Daisy's clients' son's Rolls Royce is involved and the widow is also in the production. The owner of the car and his wife are also in The Mikado.
Fun series that builds on the previous book. The characters have all grown through the books and each means that much more to the reader IMHO
Be sure to read them all
This particular book, number 8, in the series is one of the best as far as plot twists. In the previous book, Dark Spirits, I figured out what was going on fairly soon, but this one had me guessing until the very end.
Also the progression of the romantic interest is proceeding nicely with everyone pulling for Sam and Daisy.
These books are delightful!!
In SPIRITS ONSTAGE, Book #8, Daisy gets involved in a production of the MIKADO, but as usual, murder disrupts things, making rehearsals for the play less fun than expected.
Since I love the MIKADO and very much enjoy Daisy as a character, this installment of Daisy's adventures was lots of fun. Alice Duncan’s books take us to another time—one not any easier than today, but intriguing and often humorous. And the jokes are even funnier if you were raised Methodist and ever sang in a choir.
The mystery is adequate. I certainly didn't guess the entire cast of baddies before the denouncement. It's light reading, quick and enjoyable but also written with the skill of a practiced author.
While this book can be read independently of the previous titles in the series, I would suggest you start with #1 and watch Daisy evolve.