Summary

It's 1958, and Lord James and his wife, Beth, are hosting the annual spring fair. Then wealthy recluse Delphine Brooks-Hunter is murdered. James is summoned to the reading of her will and is tasked with solving an intriguing riddle. Meanwhile, Beth tackles her own mystery after discovering a homeless man suffering from amnesia.
As they delve deeper, a number of questions emerge. What links Delphine to the fairground folk? Who would harm such a refined lady? Are rumours of World War espionage true? As they unravel the truth, they uncover far more than they ever bargained for.
©2013 Lynn Florkiewicz (P)2018 Story Sound
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4 out of 5 stars
By Marie on 28-04-18

Lord Harrington is not Bond, ignore cover art

If you are expecting a suave, debonaire Lord Harrington, this is not the book for you, regardless of the cover art. Lord James and his wife run posh a hotel in his ancestral home and are very involved in local culture. Both are good characters. Plots are entertaining. The books are really country cozies. Enjoyable listens for the most part.

My 3 star rating for the narrator is not because he is a bad narrator, but because I have listened to him narrate most of Margery Allingham's Albert Campion series. At times he drifts from Jame's pleasant voice into Campion's nasally twang, and I find it disconcerting. For those who haven't listened to the Campion books, it probably won't be an issue.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 11-05-18

Thank you for these family friendly books

I am quite happy that one can sit down with the family and enjoy the Lord Harrington books.

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