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  • A charmimg and entertaining historical cozy!

    In this fifth installment of the A Lady and Lady's Maid Mysteries, Lady Phoebe's sister Julia, now a widow and pregnant, is having a hard time coping with the sudden death of her husband and is worried she'll be a terrible mother. Phoebe wants to be helpful to her sister, but Julia keeps pushing everyone away. Meanwhile, Lady Phoebe's lady's maid, Eva Huntford, is excited for a visit from her sister Alice and her three children. But when Alice arrives alone and announces that she needs a break from her family, Eva becomes worried. Her concern deepens as Alice starts spending time with a former beau, Keenan Ripley, who owns a pear orchard. When Keenan's brother Stephen, the new head gardener at Lady Phoebe's family estate, is murdered, and Keenan becomes the main suspect, Phoebe and Eva decide to do their own investigation, especially when Eva begins to suspect that Alice might be keeping a secret that could prove Keenan's innocence. A Silent Stabbing by Alyssa Maxwell is a delightful and entertaining historical cozy mystery, with well-rounded characters, a charming English countryside setting, and an intriguing and well-plotted murder mystery. The plot flows perfectly and kept me turning the pages. The author's engaging writing style and excellent research instantly transported me back to post World War I England, a nation still recovering and forever changed by the war. Phoebe and Eva are both wonderful and intelligent characters. I found their relationship with their sisters to be very relatable. They are excellent at solving problems and make a great team. I look forward to more adventures with them. If you enjoy historical cozies, then I highly recommend this series. I received an ARC from Kensington Books through NetGalley. The opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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