The second book in the Amory Ames Mystery series
I enjoyed the book, it went pretty quickly. Like other reviewers I have a theory about what Amory's hubby is up to. I also found it odd that there was never any mention of the war. Every British anything I've read or seen about the 30s mentions THE WAR. Still it has a quick pace and lots going on. A good rainy day read!
I really enjoyed this new author and look forward to reading her first book.
Ashley Weaver hits another home run with her second book. She is one of my favorite authors. Her books are well written, interesting, fabulous characters. Great story mystery story telling without any unnecessary gore.
This sequel to 'Murder at the Brightwell' is just as enjoyable as the first installment in the series--it's a 1930s English society mystery, featuring a great protagonist in socialite and amateur sleuth Amory Ames (an her playboy husband, Milo). If you like the Victorian mysteries of Tasha Alexander or Deanna Raybourn, but are in search of a slightly more updated setting, try this series. I'm eagerly anticipating book 3 -- in no small part because I want to know whether my pet theory about what Milo's really up to is true...
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