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    Story premise not too bad, but clearly written for US audience. Author has poor understanding of upper class life in the UK. In 1920's Englad, it would be MOST unlikely for one to be offered "beans" for breakfast, nor were "cookies" offered to guests. A lady would NEVER burp at table (or anywhere!) nor would there be any discussion in front of guests about the use of the heirloom china (one ALWAYS USED heirloom china!). The author also seems unaware that the death penalty was still the punishment for murder in England in the 20's. This book could have been so much better with some decent research.
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    Murder it is

    I found the book a little slow to begin but after setting the background storiesvand the scene i found the story moved along nterestingly. A good read, fs and new readers will not be disappointed.

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