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  • Entertaining Mystery

    1826 At Kurland St. Mary it is time for the christening of Elizabeth, second child to Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland. The guests have started to arrive, invited and otherwise but soon one of the guests is discovered dead. Will there be more deaths and what could the motive be, Robert and Lucy investigate. Unfortunately the last in the series of this delightful historical mystery series with its wonderful characters and well-written mysteries.

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  • Entertaining!

    Death Comes to the Rectory is my first Catherine Lloyd book. Even though I jumped in the series at Book 8, it stood perfectly fine on its own and I followed along well with no confusion. It was certainly a different type of story than what I typically read but I enjoyed the experience. An engaging storyline and well-developed characters drew me in from the start. ARC received via NetGalley.

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  • Enjoyable

    historical-novel, historical-research, historical-setting, England, family-dynamics, friendship, murder, murder-investigation, 19th-century, cosy-mystery**** A rather nasty bunch of interlopers, but sadly only one of them is murdered. The family situation is somewhat bizarre and too messy to get into here and all is complicated by a notable snowstorm. The sleuthing is well written and well plotted and actually less befuddled than all the family (dis)connections. Enjoyable. I requested and received a free temporary ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you.

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  • Charming and Fun Cozy!

    On a crisp winter day, family and friends met to celebrate the christening of Elizabeth, daughter of Robert and Lucy. As was customary in Regency times guests stayed in hosts' homes, though some may be unwelcome. One such guest, diabolical Basil Northam, was found quite dead days later in the rectory. Accusations flew and mostly settled on Lucy's father. Robert, the justice of the peace, had to remain unbiased as he and Lucy investigated the murder. An inheritance is also involved, adding more twists to the story. Deep snow prevents escape. I sat back with a cup of hot chocolate to enjoy this wintry murder and suggest you do the same if you enjoy cozy mysteries set in Regency England. A range of characters from despicable to doting to determined make up the cast in this whodunit. The first line got my attention and it was held until the murderer was unveiled. Well written, fun and charming! Though the last book in the series, it can be read by itself. My sincere thank you to Kensington Books and NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of this book. Much appreciated.

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  • Death Comes to the Rectory

    I am so disappointed that this is the last book in the series. I truly enjoyed all the characters & story plot. Truly an enjoyable series.

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