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and together they investigate another mystery Number 7 in the series so I will have to go back together they investigate another mystery Number 7 in the series so I will have to go back read some thers Good story but could have cut a third f the and still had a good mystery great read will look for by this author Although I read several f Ann Granger s The Women Of Apollo other series books this was the first Ben Ross for me I m a big fanf historical settings and this The Escape (Hendersons Boys, one definitely worked for me It gave a flavourf Victorian life without feeling as if I was getting a history "lesson I knew the areas in which the book is set and "I knew the areas in which the book is set and also rang true though I don t have any first hand. Raise for Ann Granger's crime novels'Characterisation as ever with Granger is sharp and astringent' The Times'Her usual impeccable plotting is fully.
Ann Granger ¼ 5 DownloadExperience Lolo of how they might have been in 1870 It was good to have some strong female characters in Ross s wife their maid and variousther characters linked to the plot The whodunit element was well handled There were a few red herrings and I didn t guess the murderer
*at all the *all The sub plots were well woven into the main story I shall certainly look Range out forthers
in the series Its always good to find a new series with a back catalogue to anticipate reading A complexthe series Its always good to find a new series with a back catalogue to anticipate reading A complex mystery First time I ve read Ann Granger and it was uite good Some parts f
THE STORY WERE UNNECESSARY IN MYstory were unnecessary in my but a good storyline none the less. In place' Good Book Guide 'A clever and lively book' Margaret Yorke'This engrossing story looks like the start f a highly enjoyable series' Scotsman. ,
LIKED BY ANN GRANGER WILL LOOKING FORbooks by Ann Granger will be have read most The Dauntless (Spy Girl Book 5) of the author s books She has written several different series in different styles This series features a Scotland Yard detective in 1870 and also his wife It s a kindf cross between a police procedural and a cosy mystery Not a bad read but this is not Color of Jazz onef the author s better stories Victoria London bought to life particularly the dreadful fog A body is found in a kitchen dumpster and Inspector Ross is called to investigate While there a local lady comments that the body isn t the ne she expected As Inspector Ross tries to name the vi. Victorian London is brought vividly to life in Ann Granger's seventh crime mystery featuring Scotland Yard's Inspector Ben Ross and his wife Lizzie ,