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  • wonderful book. Jude Deveraux never disappoints.

    I loved this book. I have read all the Medlar mystery books and hope there is more coming. I recommend them highly.

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  • The 3rd A Medlar Mystery

    A Forgotten Murder by Jude Deveraux is a compelling mystery novel. Sara Medlar is a retired romance author who is bored. She decides to journey to Oxley Manor in March with her niece, Kate and honorary grandson, Jack. Oxley Manor, a country house hotel, is closed for March so repairs can be made to the aging manor house. Sara’s money paid for the massive renovations that Isabella “Bella” Guilford made when she purchased Oxley Manor. Kate and Jack soon learn that Sara wishes to investigate a disappearance that happened in 1994. The earl-to-be, Nicky was having a party with his friends. Sean and Diane walked out of the house and were never seen again. Sara has arranged to bring back the remaining party members to recreate that night and get to the truth. A Forgotten Murder is a classic whodunit brimming with suspects, subtle clues, and red herrings. You do not know if the suspects are telling the truth or lying through their teeth (which is the fun part). The suspense built as the story progressed. You could feel the tension as the trio got closer to the truth. The story alternates between the past and the present. It all flowed together beautifully in this twisty whodunit. I thought the characters were developed and realistic. A Forgotten Murder is the third book in A Medlar Mystery series, but it can be read alone. After reading A Forgotten Murder, you will find yourself eager to go back and read the prior books. If you enjoy reading cozy mysteries, then I suggest you pick up A Forgotten Murder. A Forgotten Murder is captivating mystery with shady suspects, a cantankerous cook, a disconcerting disappearance, arguable auto accident, a thrilling theatrical reenactment, and remarkable revelation.

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  • One of my favorite authors

    I did not enjoy this book as much as the previous 2 in the series. At times it seemed to lag, but none the less came through in the end.

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  • I like an "English" murder mystery

    A Forgotten Murder, by Jude Deveraux, is available at booksellers on 3-10-2020. Forgotten is book 3 in Ms Deveraux's Medlar Mystery series. Although a stand-alone story I felt that there was more I needed to know. We're told very little about what brought these 3 sleuths together. I would have liked a little, just a little, more sense of what happened before Forgotten. I also felt the ending was abrupt. No lead into the next novel, not really satisfactory for me. I've rated 4 stars because the story is so darn good, I couldn't give 5 because of my little disappointments. Although the series is Medlar Mystery, Sara Medlar is an author, I thought Jack was the better main character. His lines were the best, like Ms Deveraux has a favorite character. He's a good one, I was invested in his journey. Kept waiting for him to kiss Kate, Sara's niece, but it never happened! Guess it'll happen in a later book. Or will it? Kate was bland & didn't have much to do. A Forgotten Murder is a terrific "English" murder mystery. There's an old, falling down manor house, efforts to keep it going, quirky English people, horses, and lots of stomping across fields. I think you'll like it and, like me, want to know more. I look forward to the next book. #JudeDeveraux #AForgottenMurder #MedlarMystery #Netgalley #MIRA #Harlequin

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  • not great

    I didn't think it was all that great a story actually. It was a bit confusing and jumped around a great deal.

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