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  • Another great Tony, Kate and Paul ad

    Fun, entertaining, easy the read, and always with a twist. Love them

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  • Did not disappoint

    I eagerly anticipated this book because I do like the Lord and Lady Hetheridge series. It did not disappoint me. Well written. A good possible mix of villains. I may re-read all of them as I anticipate number seven. No pressure… Well maybe a little Emma Jameson!

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  • Black&Blue#Blue Blooked

    Both these books were very enjoyable, good read, talented writer & will look forward to more Lady & Lord Hetheridge.

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  • Good book

    Interesting, intriguing, and an easy read. Good story with a surprise ending.

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  • Another fine mystery

    This is the sixth Lord and Lady Hetherington Mystery. Maybe not quite as good as some of the earlier titles but still very readable. Kate is still in trauma from her experiences in Blue Blooded, afraid of crowds. Tony brings her to London for Christmas to help her return to her old self. Of course, they are called in to the scene of a most unusual murder. I missed Henry and Ritchie, but Paul and his mother were involved. I won’t say more except that the method of murder was worthy of Midsomer.

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