"Quit after the third chapter.
Up to that point, the author argued with "what if", "it could have been", "perhaps". This all translated to me as "I'm only guessing but it could be as I'm saying".
"Jane Entwhistle is he perfect narrator for Flavia.
Flavia is such a wonderful character. I do enjoy visiting with her again. This book is no exception, although it lacked some of the sparkle of the others.
I missed Feely and Daphne, who barel..."
It inspires terror in all who look on it. . . Eminent politician Paul Lessingham is the toast of Westminster, but when 'The Beetle' arrives from Egypt to hunt him down, the dark and gruesome secret that haunts him is dragged into the light. Bent...