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Book Title: Mrs. Jeffries and the Missing Alibi|
Date of issue: April 1st 1996
ISBN 13: 9780425152560
The author of the book: Emily Brightwell
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 688 KB
Read full description of the books Mrs. Jeffries and the Missing Alibi:A new discovery for me, a novel from Emily Brightwell's Victorian Murder Mystery. A very good read, most enjoyable, I loved the characters, from the kindly Inspector Witherspoon, his loyal housekeeper Mrs Jeffries and a variety of other characters on his team, who help him crack some difficult cases.
In this particular case, Inspector Witherspoon is in the frame for murder, and unable/unwilling to provide an alibi for the time of the murders, so his loyal and trusty team come to his rescue. A great piece of sleuthing ensues. We read about some brilliant detection and discover that Mrs Jeffries is not only a very good housekeeper, but also has amazing skills of detection.
It is difficult to see what the outcome will be and Emily Brightwell keeps her readers riveted from the outset until the last page. There are a variety of twists and turns and nothing is as it first appears. The characters are lovable, interesting and engaging.
I recommend this to readers of detective fiction, anyone who enjoys reading about detection in Victorian times and likes character led dramas. Its a great read and I'll be looking out for more books by Emily Brightwell.
Read information about the authorCheryl Lanham was born on 11 October 1948 in the Appalachian mountains of West Virginia, USA. Her family moved to Southern California in 1959 and she grew up in Pasadena. After graduating from California State University, she decided to work her way around the world and took off for England. She didn’t get much further because she met Richard James Arguile, the Englishman who became her husband, got married on May 1976, and had two children, Matthew and Amanda. While working in international shipping, she decided to pursue her dream and become a writer – which, of course, is the best job ever. She has written romance novels as Sarah Temple, and Young Adult novels as Cheryl Lanham. As Emily Brightwell, she is the author of the “Mrs. Jeffries” mysteries.
Cheryl Lanham Arguile returned to California, where she lives with her husband and a cranky old cat named Kiwi.
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