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To cross the Thames at the Dartford Crossing to go to Suffolk you have to use the tunnel. There is no choice - the tunnel takes anti-clockwise or northbound traffic. The bridge takes clockwise or southbound traffic. We use miles not kilometres in the UK. Though there is no Grantham in Suffolk, there is Grantham in Lincolnshire, and it might have been a good idea to mention that in the introduction. Probably being persnickety, but they just jumped out at me. Other than that, loved the book as much as all the others.
He leído todos los libros de la serie. Los personajes son entrañables, las descripciones de los paisajes, lugares y tradiciones detallados e interesantes. Me hacen sentir que estoy en esos lugares. Las tramas y misterios muy bien logrados. Siempre estoy esperando el próximo. Muy recomendable.
Ich habe alle vorherigen Bücher der Serie mit Genuss gelesen, aber dieses kann man getrost auslassen! Die Geschichte liesse sich in einem Bruchteil der Seiten vielleicht ansprechend unterbringen; daraus ein ganzes Buch zu machen zieht alles unendlich und langweilig in die Länge. Ich habe ganze Passagen übersprungen und man kann getrost wie vorgeschlagen die ersten 7 oder 8 Kapitel überspringen. Ich hoffe, dieses Buch bleibt die Ausnahme von der Regel, denn die anderen waren kurzweilig und interessant.
I loved this book. I consider a 'Dorothy Martin' book from Jeanne Dams to be a gift. Her stories are compelling - yet in the nicest way possible! If you are a mystery lover and and an Anglophie, this author is tailor made for you. This book was well worth the time and money. Hope there are many more to come because I have already read all of the previous ones. Thank you, Ms. Martin!
If you love cozy mysteries set in present day England, you will love to read this new Dorothy Martin book written by Jeanne M. Dams. American-born Dorothy loves the old English buildings, traditions and ceremonies of her new homeland. This new mystery involves her retired Superintendent policeman Alan and will enthrall you with a jeweled dagger, an entailed estate, a newborn baby, and a murdered woman. How will Dorothy and Alan solve all the mysteries?
Dorothy is being taken around England after they researched ancient customs and celebrations. They meet a young father that Allen had attended his christening would they come and be godparents ? When they arrive the dagger is missing g that is used during the ceremony of the baby boy ad he will be the heir. Family is upset. Also the police show upto question the man was he involved with a fire where a woman Has died. Good mystery set at Christmas to be solved.
odd and historical celebrations that her husband and she had researched beforehand. They ran into a man that he had seen a