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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Shelves: fiction , mystery-cozy , own , series. This is the first book that I have read by this author. Thus, I ordered the paperback edition. I enjoyed the story, the characters, the setting, of course, and the festival dedicated to Cornish Legends which is taking place whi This is the first book that I have read by this author. I enjoyed the story, the characters, the setting, of course, and the festival dedicated to Cornish Legends which is taking place while Lord and Lady Harrington visit Polpennarth, Cornwall.
I would love a pasty right about now! Being an Anglophile, there is one aspect of this cozy mystery that I loved. This story is so very English and reminds me of my stays in Cornwall-Si. I have stayed in the former and visited the latter on my last trip to England. Thank you for bringing back such lovely memories to me. Lastly, I think Nibbin is a dynamite character.
I look forward to your next story!! Oct 06, Lynda rated it really liked it. Great Mystery What a great mystery with a fun and interesting backdrop of a Cornish village and their Folk Legend Festival.
Love the ongoing characters and the new characters were complete and interesting as well. As lots of cosy mysteries, a delightful read Jan 07, Diana rated it really liked it. They also have a great marriage and another thing is the mysteries have twists you do not expect hope you take the time to read them all. Oct 15, Christine Hoey rated it it was amazing. Great as Always I really enjoyed the Cornish Mystery.
I was at a bit of a loss when I'd finished the other 5 books so I was over the moon with this new story. I can't wait for the next one Oct 31, kathydasno rated it really liked it. The 2 couples go on vacation together and get involved in a mystery involving some local legends and find themselves a little out of the place. In the end it turns out well for almost everyone. Nov 24, Sharon Stine rated it liked it. Enjoyable easy reading series.
Jan 01, Marnell rated it it was amazing. The description of the area and the Cornish background was as enjoyable as the mystery.source
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James glanced at Beth and arched an eyebrow. Getting up, she wandered through to the hallway. James swallowed the last of his hot chocolate and went across to stoke the fire as Beth ushered an anxious Mrs Jepson into the lounge. She held a cotton hanky in one hand and clutched a small brown handbag in the other.
Her face appeared flushed from over-exertion and her greying, auburn hair was tangled as she wrenched her hat off. She spoke with a rural Sussex lilt. Mrs Jepson had a tendency to worry over the slightest of things. He gestured for her to sit down. S he bit her lip. Beth sat beside her and patted her hand.
Just a spot of cleaning, you know. Not sure what about, anyway, he was in. He blew the smoke out. And the door was open. But I was worried, see. He may be back now, finishing off the fried eggs and bacon. He and Beth exchanged grins as she let out a grateful sigh. But fancy leaving the door open. He stubbed his cigarette out.
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The new vicar and his wife are coming for tea. What are their first names again? He strode to the double garage with his cleaner scurrying behind. As he swung open the wooden doors, he grinned as he heard her gasp. Gleaming in front of them was a newly purchased silver-blue Austin Healey convertible with polished chrome bumpers and aerodynamic curves that swooped elegantly down to the grill.
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Attached to the chrome beam, just above the front bumper, was a yellow Automobile Association badge and, either side of that, two enormous fog lights. James gazed at it proudly; a gem of a sports car and one of the first off the production line this year. He checked that the roof was secured. Here you are, let me give you a hand.
The Winter Mystery (Lord James Harrington Mysteries, book 1) by Lynn Florkiewicz
He slammed the door shut. The engine fired up. He revved the accelerator and grinned at her. At the end, he joined the narrow country road and headed for the village at a speed that made Mrs Jepson most uncomfortable. She squeezed her eyes shut at every bend and gripped her seat over every crested hill. James went up and down the gears like they were going out of fashion, reliving his brief spell as a racing driver at Donnington Park and Monte Carlo during the s.
But, after a particularly nasty accident, Beth insisted he gave up. With newly-born twin boys, he reluctantly heeded the message and turned, instead, to tennis and cricket.
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They were good substitutes, but no match for the adrenalin rush of motor racing. Beth was won over by its style and colour and put the seal of approval on the purchase. At , James finally managed to haul his puffing, red-faced cleaner laughing from her seat. She smoothed herself down, embarrassed at having shown her knees to his Lordship. He took his gloves off and surveyed the large, rather imposing brick-built farmhouse. On their way, he scanned the surrounding fields for signs of life, of which there was plenty in the animal variety.
Friesian cows and Hampshire Down sheep grazed in the distance. Four large bales of hay appeared to have been brought out that morning, ready to take out to the cattle. A wheelbarrow stood empty by the pig sty, where Gloucester Old Spot piglets flopped on top of each other. About half a mile off to the right stood Charn Wood, a small, round copse, thick with oak, birch and beech. At the house, James noticed that the side door was ajar. He knocked on the door frame.
The now cold egg and bacon remained unfinished on the table. One of three wooden chairs stood in the middle of the floor and a plate from the dresser lay smashed on the scuffed lino.
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