The Bloomsbury Affair by Anita Davison
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
In 1905 London, Viscount Trent has arrived from Cheltenham via rail only to discover that his travelling companion is dead, presumably murdered. He makes his escape, and go to his cousins, Flora and Bunny Harrington for help. Obviously Inspector Maddox believes him to be, at the moment,
the prime suspect.
An enjoyable well-written cozy historical mystery, with its well-drawn characters. Another good addition to the series. Though I was not especially taken with the Viscount with its seems his sense of entitlement although it a reflection of the times. Flora also seems to have picked up to some degree this trait.
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