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    An easy read

    Murder in the Manor by Fiona Grace is an easy read. It is a well written murder mystery. If you want a quick easy read this is the book for you.
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    Fun characters with conflict in a Dream setting

    I very much enjoyed the irony that I found at every turn of this novel. Me too Lacey Doyle, me too. Divorced and she doesn't know what to do. I didn't have the means to run back to Europe where I had idyllic family vacations. Thus, I am a little jealous of Lacey. but that soon fades as she is the prime suspect when a member of the community is killed. And this isnt the first crime in a short amount of time. With the whole town as suspects, why is everyone looking at the American. Beautiful setting, fun characters, great dog (which i hope is the dog in book #2). And don't forget about the hot Baker across the street. Oh, lala
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    Murder in the Manor

    I enjoyed this story located in England with Lacey Doyle who had crossed the pond in search of the peace she remembered as a 7 year old.
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    Cute story

    An easy read with some good twists. Shame about the inaccuracies. Perhaps get an English person to review your books before publishing. The stove is an Aga not an Arga amongst several inaccuracies.
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    Starting anew can be interesting and dangerous

    The first part of the book is a story about a woman who starts anew after her divorce. But you know something will happen, since the title says 'murder'. And the moment she walks into the store, you know who will be murdered, since the title also says: 'in the manor'. But of course, you don't know who murdered her. And why. So the book has two interesting stories interwoven: the divorcee who rebuilds her life in a totally different country, with a different job and friends. And the story about a murder. I really enjoyed both! Lots of interesting characters and a great story. I can't wait to read the next book in this series! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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