Monday, 30 April 2018

Hope For Mr. Darcy (Hope Trilogy, #1)Hope For Mr. Darcy by Jeanna Ellsworth
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The morning after the Hunsford proposal Elizabeth is caught in a storm. While under the influence of a fever she dreams, and is attended to by Darcy. But of course misunderstanding happen. Can they solve their problems and be happy. Can Darcy's actions bring Bingley and Jane together. And what of Charlotte Collins.
There are some blatent Christian aspects to the story, which can be skimmed. Overall an enjoyable story

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Sins of the Father (A Countess of Prague Mystery #2)Sins of the Father by Stephen Weeks
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

One evening Beatrix von Falklenburg is called to the Prague funicular railway by Inspector Schneider. A body has been discovered, and on searching his clothes a piece of paper with her telphone number on it is discovered. The Inspector hopes that she can identify the body. While she wishes to investigate this she is sunmmoned by the Hapsburg Emperor Franz Josef I, who tasks her with discovering the truth behind a shooting incident that occurred some years ago.
An entertaining and complex mystery mixing historical fact and fiction, with some intriguing characters. Although the numerous names and places were at times confusing.
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Death at the Netherfield Park Ball (A Sherlock Holmes and Elizabeth Bennet Mystery, #1)Death at the Netherfield Park Ball by Amelia Littlewood
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Holmes is visiting with the Bingley party at Netherfield when he meets Miss Elizabeth Bennet at the Meryton Assembley. When they meet again at the Ball and a murder is committed he asks for her help before the police from Scotland Yard arrive. Surely this would have been the Bow Street Runners if the story is set in the Regency era.
Unfortunately the murder occurs about half way and then the solution is a bit rushed. Hopefully in the next story it will be more based on the mystery than a re-telling of P&P. So 3 stars for the effort and because it mixed two of my favourite genres - JAFF and historical mysteries

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Mr. Darcy's Comfort: A Pride and Prejudice Novella (Dash of Darcy and Companions)Mr. Darcy's Comfort: A Pride and Prejudice Novella by Leenie Brown
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Darcy and Anne de Bourgh have decided to soon announce their betrothal when he meets Elizabeth Bennet. Can a man of honour such as Darcy withdraw from the marriage. As he writes to the Colonel and his sister about the quandary the Colonel arrives with news of Anne's death. What can Elizabeth think and do when she believes any attentions she receives from Darcy is because of his grief. Into this situation Wickham and Collins make their appearance
A delightful quick read

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Sunday, 29 April 2018

Pride & Prejudice & Assassinations (Pride & Prejudice & Assassinations Book 1)Pride & Prejudice & Assassinations by Leo Charles Taylor
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This variation follows the story of P&P but we have a Darcy family involved in preventing the fall of the gentry as happened in France. Surprised to find that we have a story with an actual interesting Darcy which makes me want to read more of the series.

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Bats in the Belfry: A London MysteryBats in the Belfry: A London Mystery by E.C.R. Lorac
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Bruce Attleton, was once a successful novelist, but is now financial dependent on his actress wife, has gone missing. But when his suitcase and passport are found in the cellar of an abandoned artist's studio it is up to Inspector Macdonald to untangle the puzzle.
An interesting mystery (writen in 1937) where it seems everyone could be guilty.
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Saturday, 28 April 2018

The Coming of Age of Elizabeth BennetThe Coming of Age of Elizabeth Bennet by Caitlin Williams
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Because of Elizabeth Bennet's stupidity on the death of her father she is now to be married at 15 to Fitzwilliam Darcy. Can either of them grow, and overcome their own prejudices and pride to have a happy ending.
A well-written enjoyable story, more of a 3.5 rating. Though I would have like to read more about the rest of the Bennets.

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Sketching His CharacterSketching His Character by Enid Wilson
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

In this Pride and Prejudice variation (mainly set in 1821), at the age of 12 Elizabeth Bennet is gifted a crystal ball where she can she into the future. Later she begins giving readings, and she starts to see a gentleman and lady together. Then see meets Darcy - note that this story has mature content.

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Friday, 27 April 2018

Circle of Influence (A Zoe Chambers Mystery)Circle of Influence by Annette Dashofy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Zoe Chambers, paramedic and deputy coroner and Police Chief Pete Adams investigate the death of a body found in the abandoned car of the unpopular Jerry McBirney, the Township Board President.
An enjoyable well-written mystery and I look forward to reading the next in the series

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The Secrets of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (Jane Austen Reimaginings Book 9)The Secrets of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Rose Fairbanks
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

When the heir to Pemberley dies, George Darcy claims the bastard son of his wife as his new heir. But can Fitzwilliam Darcy every accept that he can become a true Darcy and manager of Pemberley.
But what if his interaction with Elizabeth Bennet goes even more wrong, can it ever be corrected.
A lovely and enjoyable story

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Thursday, 26 April 2018

Fakes and Lies: A British MysteryFakes and Lies: A British Mystery by Jane A Adams
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Antonia Scott, galley owner, is killed and the only item missing is a portofolio of known forger Frederick Jones, who is also dead. His daughter, Bee, is convinced that he was murdered and that there is a connection between the two deaths. Bee is then directed towards Naomi Blake, ex-police officer, to see if she can help.
This books is the 12th in a series, and can be read as a standalone story, though I have not read any of the previous ones. Unfortunately the characters and the story felt flat and didn't really grab my imagination and so the mystery just dragged for me.
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Darcy Chooses - Part 1Darcy Chooses - Part 1 by Gianna Thomas
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The story continues from 'Attending a Ball' as Darcy and Elizabeth meet again at the Meryton Assembly. But will the result be different. We discover a bit more of the private lives of the Bennets and Hursts. Obviously not everything runs smoothly for Darcy and Charles Bingley. Can either have a happy ending.
The three star rating comes because I liked the portrayal of the bad Wickham and Caroline Bingley.

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Attending a BallAttending a Ball by Gianna Thomas
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

This Pride and Prejudice short story is a prequel and therefore NOT a standalone story. Details events before the Netherfield Ball but the Bennets have yet to meet the guests at Netherfield. It was an okay story.

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Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Head ShotHead Shot by Dani Amore
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The hunt for a serial killer. Where eventually the different parts of the story come together to make an interesting read.

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In the Wilds of DerbyshireIn the Wilds of Derbyshire by Jann Rowland
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

After the marriage of Mary (to Collins - very disappointing) and Jane to Bingley (and later her indifference to Elizabeth), Elizabeth travels to Derbyshire to visit with her Uncle Drummond and his family. So that she can help with his oldest daughter's coming out. There she meets the Darcys and the Colonel.
An enjoyable story (apart from Mary's marriage) and certainly enlivened by Caroline Bingley.

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Tuesday, 24 April 2018

Love Letters from Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice NovellaLove Letters from Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Novella by J. Dawn King
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

What if after the Hunsford proposal, Darcy and Elizabeth meet the next day and talk. Consequently he gives her another letter. There is also a bit more about the Collins marriage, and I enjoyed the interactions between the three cousins.
A delightful story and a lovely Colonel. A 3.5 rating

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A Man with FaultsA Man with Faults by Lory Lilian
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

In this Pride and Prejudice variation, Elizabeth, after the Hunsford proposal, while still angry at Darcy rips up his letter. In his presence. Though he leaves Rosings despair overwhelms him for many months. Meanwhile Miss Lizzy and Miss Ana have become friends. Then one day Elizabeth appears at his home in town asking for his help with finding Wickham. The long journey begins for both of them, a journey that must end with them admitting their feelings to each other.
An enjoyable and well-written story. More of a 3.5 rating

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Monday, 23 April 2018

A Promise Given (Henrietta and Inspector Howard #3)A Promise Given by Michelle Cox
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Henrietta and Clive's wedding finally arrived and they are off on their honeymoon starting in England. There is eventually a murder but not really much of a mystery story, more of a family saga. So a diappointment for me and I still find that I don't like the character of Henrietta.
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Understanding ElizabethUnderstanding Elizabeth by Robin M. Helm
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

While Elizabeth is at Netherfield attending to a very ill Jane, Darcy comes across her writings and against his better judgment he reads them. Only to find out what Elizabeth truely thinks of him. With her extended stay he does try and improve her opinion of him. But this is Darcy. This is a story told from his POV.
There are some religious sections where Darcy is being tempted by two powerful 'beings', but not too much. The story also offers possible other suitors to Elizabeth, and a delightful Georgiana. So an enjoyable story.

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Sunday, 22 April 2018

Mr. Darcy's Bluestocking Bride: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (Pride and Prejudice and Bluestockings #1)Mr. Darcy's Bluestocking Bride: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Rose Fairbanks
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The Netherfield party have left, and Elizabeth Bennet overhears Wickham detailing his plans for her sisters. Meanwhile Darcy, heir to a barony, is instructed to look for a bluestocking as a bride to re-instate the Bluestocking club. When he meets Elizabeth at Rosings he finds that he is as lost as ever. Quite a few twists to the plot with a few scandals exposed results in an interesting read.
There is to be a sequel which hopefully will include Elizabeth's sisters

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Cold Jade (John Rockne Mysteries #3)Cold Jade by Dan Ames
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

P.I. John Rockne is hired to locate a missing innocent daughter - Kierra Cotton. But is she all that her parents believe.
An interesting read

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Saturday, 21 April 2018

The Killing Site (Liberty Lane, #9)The Killing Site by Caro Peacock
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

London 1847 and Liberty Lane is attending a dinner at a townhouse when she disappears. Meanwhile her husband Robert Carmichael is sent to the Continent presumably by the kidnappers. Their friends Tabby and Amos try to determine what is happening and why.
An enjoyable mystery which can be read as a standalone story.
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Mr. Darcy's Bride(s): A Pride and Prejudice VagaryMr. Darcy's Bride(s): A Pride and Prejudice Vagary by Regina Jeffers
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

What could possibly go wrong when Elizabeth Bennet decides to impersonate her sister Jane at her marriage to William Collins. A marriage arranged by Mrs Bennet to take place in town while her husband lies ill. An enjoyable fast paced story and well-written. Probably more of a 3.5 rating.

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Friday, 20 April 2018

Beyond Oakham Mount: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation (Pemberley Departures, #1.5)Beyond Oakham Mount: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation by Sophia Meredith
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

The story continues with the marriage of Darcy and Elizabeth, and eventually everyone arriving at Pemberley. I found the couple and their marriage much to sweet and perfect, without any friction to counteract this. As this is in itself a sequel I still disliked the portrayal of who is now Mary Collins.

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The Long Silence: A 1920s' Hollywood noir mystery (A Tom Collins Mystery #1)The Long Silence: A 1920s' Hollywood noir mystery by Gerard O'Donovan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

1922 Hollywood and film producer William Desmond Taylor has been found dead. Chief suspect is star, Mabel Normand. But Mack Sennett, producer, wants her proven innocent. That's where Tom Collins comes in. Coerced by Sennet, Collins starts his investigation.
This is the first book in a series of ex-cop Collins mysteries and a good start. Well-written and an enjoyable read. I look forward to reading more.
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Duty Demands: A Pride and Prejudice VariationDuty Demands: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Elaine Owen
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

While visiting Hunsford parsonage Elizabeth is informed that her father is dying. After his death Darcy approaches Gardiner for Elizabeth's hand and a quick marriage, while giving financial support to the rest of her family. Which Elizabeth agrees to. Can such an unfortunate start to a marriage bring happiness to either of them and for them to overcome all their misunderstandings.
A well-written enjoyable story.

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Thursday, 19 April 2018

Letter from RamsgateLetter from Ramsgate by Suzan Lauder
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Mrs Gardiner is invited to spend time in Ramsgate by her good friend Lady Edwina. Due to business obligations Elizabeth attends her instead of Mr. Gardiner. There Elizabeth is introduced to Georgiana Darcy and her companion Mrs Younge. Soon Elizabeth becomes aware of the unrealistic romantic sensibilites that Miss Darcy has towards Wickham. Can an elopement be prevented, and what does happen when Darcy and Elizabeth meet again at Meryton and Rosings.
An enjoyable story, if sometimes too long in the various character's introspection and I am still not sure if Darcy deserves Elizabeth. Actually I am convinced he does not and is not a romantic hero.

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Finders Killers (Wallace Mack #3)Finders Killers by Dan Ames
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

When Doug Brooks is attacked and then disappears his wife Nora contacts old friend and former FBI profiler Wallace Mack for help. Brooks is not the first and will not be the last, but why?
An interesting quick read

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What Would Mr. Darcy Do?What Would Mr. Darcy Do? by Abigail Reynolds
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This Pride and Prejudice variation begins at the Lambton Inn when Darcy visits Elizabeth as she is reading Jane's letter concerning Lydia and Wickham. As they speak more openly will this change the. outcome, especially as the Gardiners walk in seeing them in an embrace. There is a lot of talk between the two in various locations plus a large amount of kissing but very little tension. But still an enjoyable well-written story.

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Wednesday, 18 April 2018

The Missing Gun (Hawker of the Yard Book 1)The Missing Gun by W.H. Oxley
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Not long into WW2 and in an attempted robbery a pawnbroker’s assistant is wounded, by a gunman wearing a gasmask. Hawker soon realises not is all that it seems.
An interesting short story with references to Sherlock Holmes.

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Murder Will Speak (Lilly Long Mysteries)Murder Will Speak by Penny Richards
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

In the 1880s Pinkerton detective Lilly Long of six months standing and her partner Cade McShane are employed to determine what has happened to her friend Nora Nash. Last heard of Nora had traveled to Fort Worth as a mail-order bride but had been forced into prostitution in Hell's Half Acre, an area of the town. They are joined in the enterprise by Cade's sister Erin.
An entertaining read which I mainly enjoyed, and look forward to see how the relationship between Lilly and Cade develop in future books.
Athough the third in the series it can be read as a standalone story.
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A Royal Disposition: A Pride and Prejudice NovelA Royal Disposition: A Pride and Prejudice Novel by Amy Cecil
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

What if Elizabeth Bennet was the illegitimate daughter of Lady Sophia Murray and Prince Frederick, of course this does not make her a princess as she is illegitimate but still has the connection to royalty. But this is unknown to Elizabeth or Darcy when they fall in love quite quickly. But still the path to a happy ending does not go smoothly, probably a bit too roughly, and Elizabeth was just too perfect. I admit to not understanding or approving of Mr Bennet putting Elizabeth before his actual daughters. As he knew Elizabeth's real connections he really should have tried harder to be a better father and husband to his family.

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Tuesday, 17 April 2018

The Gypsy Blessing: An Austen-Inspired RomanceThe Gypsy Blessing: An Austen-Inspired Romance by Wendi Sotis
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

After saving the life of a female gypsy Elizabeth starts to receive drawings which seem to predict the future. Soon she and Jane are on their way to Ramsgate where they meet the couple shown. And the drawings continue to arrive. Can Elizabeth somehow change the future reflected in the drawings.
An enjoyable story that is quite different from canon but still has the Bingleys and Wickham.

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StrawberriesStrawberries by Casey Bartsch
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Unfortunately he has been released but unknown to the doctors he is a psychopathic killer. It took the FBI a while to realise that he was a serial killer but now Agent Harry Bland is trying to find him. Then there is Sylvia, high class hooker, and what is the connection between them and truck drivers Simon and Larry.
Didn't really capture my imagination as I hoped.

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Monday, 16 April 2018

Mr. Darcy's BridesMr. Darcy's Brides by April Floyd
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Although Darcy practices deception in canon this story's deception I didn't understand. After the wedding of Jane and Bingley, Elizabeth is visiting Rosings, and Darcy is there with his sister and mother. He decides to offer for Anne but on the wedding day, she would be replaced by Elizabeth - a deception. If Darcy accepts the package that is Elizabeth why not just marry her.
I finished the book so it deserves the two stars

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Murder on the Flying Scotsman (Daisy Dalrymple, #4)Murder on the Flying Scotsman by Carola Dunn
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Daisy Dalrymple is travelling on the Flying Scotsman in 1923 when the daughter of her friend Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher, shows herself to be a stowaway. On the train are the summoned relations of the dying Alistair McGowan, all fortuitously in the first class carriage with Daisy. The daughter, Belinda later discovers a body. It is left to D.C.I. Fletcher and his team with the help of Daisy to determine the guilty party from a cast of mainly unlikeable characters. Unfortunately all the suspects were introduced fairly quickly though not too clearly, and I felt the murderer was fairly obvious.
Still an enjoyable read, my first of this series, which can easily be read as a standalone novel.
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Fighting Back: A NovelFighting Back: A Novel by Charles Alverson
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Although I read it to the end it is not really the type of story I enjoy i.e mob stories. I only read it because it was part of an Alverson box set.

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Sunday, 15 April 2018

The Innocents (The Innocents Mystery Series Book 1)The Innocents by C.A. Asbrey
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wyoming 1868 and Pinkerton Detective Abigail MacKay is trying to find a team of train robbers called The Innocents. But it is the leaders of this gang - Nat Quinn and Jake Conroy - who save her from dying, and so a temporary alliance is formed when they try and discover two missing women.
An enjoyable mystery, which was well written and with really likeable characters. Really looking forward to the next in the series, a great start to the series.
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An Unwavering TrustAn Unwavering Trust by L.L. Diamond
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

In this Pride and Prejudice variation, after a carriage accident Elizabeth Bennet is the only member of her family left (I did miss the Bennets) and is living with the Philips. Unfortunately her uncle Gardiner has need of her dowry and the plans are overheard by Darcy. Darcy who has been told by his father to marry Anne de Bourgh within a fortnight develops a plan to save Elizabeth and himself by marriage.
An enjoyable well-written story of their married life. Though I would have liked more about Thomas Grayson, Lady Catherine and the Bingleys.

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Saturday, 14 April 2018

A One Horse Open Sleigh (A Town Called Horse Short Mystery Book 1)A One Horse Open Sleigh by Alexandra Amor
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

As Christmas 1890 approachs, Julia Thom is out picking pine cones, and Walt and Constable Jack Merrick are cutting down a tree when they are informed of a missing child.
A short cozy mystery with likeable characters.


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When a Lady Desires a Wicked Lord (Her Majesty’s Most Secret Service #3)When a Lady Desires a Wicked Lord by Tara Kingston
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ten years after he broke her heart Egyptologist Alexandra Quinn is saved from an intruder by Lord Benedict Marlsbrook. But it is a map that he has come for, but together with the Colton Agency they must stop a cunning murderer.
An enjoyable mystery story set in the Victorian era with likeable characters.
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Friday, 13 April 2018

The Darcy Brothers: A Pride and Prejudice VariationThe Darcy Brothers: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Abigail Reynolds
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Darcy arrives at Rosings not knowing if Elizabeth Bennet is the new Mrs. Collins. But it is his brother that Elizabeth first meets. Can their be two brothers so different. Who will have the happy ending if any with Elizabeth, and what about Theo Darcy's friend Wickham. Can he cause any problems. With Theo and the Colonel in the picture how anyone cannot pick either of then is beyond me, though I expect Elizabeth is too like them for it to work.
An enjoyable well-written variation

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Not Sleeping, Just Dead (Joe Goodey Mysteries #2)Not Sleeping, Just Dead by Charles Alverson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Poor ex-cop. P.I. Joe Goodey, is employed by a wealthy businessman to find out who killed his drug addict granddaughter. She was found dead at the base of a cliff at The Institute, a cult living near San Francisco.
A cult of awful people who you would hope were all guilty, still an enjoyable read though.

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Thursday, 12 April 2018

The Rainbow Promise: After Rainy DaysThe Rainbow Promise: After Rainy Days by Lory Lilian
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

This Pride and Prejudice story is a sequel to Rainy Days, which I enjoyed. This story follows the marriage of the Darcys and their interactions with their families and the ton.
I admit to skipping the many bedroom scenes - really of no interest and doesn't move the story along, unfortunately apart from a couple of minor instances not a lot really happens.

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Murder at Work (DI Hillary Greene #11)Murder at Work by Faith Martin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Detective Inspector Hillary Greene has only a few weeks left before her early retirement. Commander Donleavy is reluctant to see her go, and so when a suspicious death case arrives it is handed to Greene. The victim is Michael Ivers, warehouse manager, a gambler and a notorious womaniser. Complications might arrive because her ex-sergeant Frank Ross is the nightwatch man at the scene.
Another enjoyable read in this series with its interesting plot and believable characters.

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A Girl Like YouA Girl Like You by Michelle Cox
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

1930s Chicago and uneducated 18 year old Henrietta Von Harmon is working any job she can get which results in her getting involved in a seedy police operation.
I found the naive and innocent Henrietta annoying. How foolish and easy was it of her to get involved in what was basically the sex industry, and I didn't really find her relationship with the much older Inspector that believable. So for me not enough mystery. I would definitely prefer a series based just on the Inspector and keep away from his private life.

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Wednesday, 11 April 2018

A Bevy of SuitorsA Bevy of Suitors by Jann Rowland
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

In this Pride and Prejudice variation words spoken by Mr. Darcy divert Bingley towards Elizabeth Bennet rather than the blonde looks of her sister Jane. But more suitors appear for Elizabeth and not just Collins and Wickham.
An enjoyable well-wriitten story, with thankfully Caroline Bingley in the mix to add a touch of tartness.
Probably more of 3.5 stars.

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Set In The Silver Sea by Jane Austen and a Gentleman: Sanditon FinishedSet In The Silver Sea by Jane Austen and a Gentleman: Sanditon Finished by David Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another completed version of the unfinished novel of Jane Austen's Sanditon. The story of the Parker family and in particular the three brothers. With the other characters of Miss Charlotte Heywood, Miss Lambe, Clara Brereton, the Denhams plus a host of other characters, weaving an enjoyable,well-written story.

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Tuesday, 10 April 2018

The Horse You Rode In On (A Town Called Horse Short Mystery)The Horse You Rode In On by Alexandra Amor
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

November 1890 and when a young brothel worker, Alice, is attacked and left with no memory of her attacker Constable Merrick with the help of school teacher Miss Julia Thom investigate.
An enjoyable little mystery

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After the Pemberley BallAfter the Pemberley Ball by Margaret Lynette Sharp
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

A ball is to be held at Pemberley at the request of Lady Catherine. So that Anne will meet suitable gentlemen and give up her romance with a painter. Such a short story did seem to have no conclusion.

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