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    Entertaining mildly so

    It was all right inplausible and naive as plots go. Silly and obvious red herring made for light humor
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    Clever similies

    My preferred «royal spyness» to date. I simply cannot resist a whoddunit combined with a nursery rhyme twist
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    A fun light read.

    Like all the other books in this series this is a nice light read. A bit of fun and intrigue to keep your interest all the way through.
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    Killings at Christmas

    Lady Georgie is looking to escape her family castle and lands herself a position helping with a Christmas house party. But amidst the old fashioned Christmas, she finds the members of the village dying off one by one. Is there a pattern to the deaths, or are they the tragic accidents they appear to be? I made a connection early on that Georgie missed, but once she made it the book took off and never quite let go. I really enjoyed this one.
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