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Murder at Locke Abbey

Murder at Locke Abbey A series of seemingly inexplicable deaths at Locke Abbey causes house guests to speculate that the sinister events have a supernatural cause prompting William Cole to call on the services of renowned

  • Title: Murder at Locke Abbey
  • Author: Catherine Winchester
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  • Page: 191
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  • A series of seemingly inexplicable deaths at Locke Abbey causes house guests to speculate that the sinister events have a supernatural cause, prompting William Cole to call on the services of renowned detectives to help solve the mysteries When Lady Thea Copley arrives with her detective father, Cole is immediately taken with her He soon realises that she is not a typicaA series of seemingly inexplicable deaths at Locke Abbey causes house guests to speculate that the sinister events have a supernatural cause, prompting William Cole to call on the services of renowned detectives to help solve the mysteries When Lady Thea Copley arrives with her detective father, Cole is immediately taken with her He soon realises that she is not a typical lady, and that her beauty is only surpassed by the sharpness of her mind As they work together and expose the secrets and lies at the heart of his household, Cole is left reeling from the revelations Can Thea overcome her past hurts to be his anchor, or will she hide behind her intellect, afraid to take a chance

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    1. Deborah Carter on said:

      I could not put this book down. I had everything you could want in a romantic mystery. There were three murders and one occurred in a locked room. The hows and whys are what will keep you interested. The detectives in this story are a father and daughter team. The daughter, Athena, is smart, curious and outspoken. The hero, Cole, has hired these two to figure out how one of the victims was killed in a locked room. The guests think that murder was done by a ghost. The resolutions to the murders i [...]

    2. Julia Bell on said:

      Unfortunately, only two stars for this story, since I found many aspects that I wasn't comfortable with.I couldn't get to grips with the characters. There were a lot of them and even at the end of the book, I still didn't know who was who. That makes me think that perhaps many of them weren't important to the story. I also found no depth to the characters, so I wasn't able to relate to them. I did like the hero, Cole. He was a kind, considerate and intelligent man. Unfortunately, Thea annoyed me [...]

    3. Marie on said:

      Energetic, mind expanding romantic historical mysteryPicture an aristocratic investigator with an unusual daughter and wife whose skills are in the sciences not the social graces expected of them whose services have been sought by the son of Mr Cole whose estates have had two murders and a ghost sighting during a house party. Sparks fly between the son and the daughter while they attempt to solve the murders to show no apparitions were involved, just some old fashioned greed.

    4. Pamela on said:

      I enjoyed this second installment of the detective Nathaniel, and his daughter AthenaHis wife is down with a broken leg. It was an easy read, and had a lot of twists and turns.I admit that I figured out what was going on in the murders long before the book came to the same conclusion. I read a great deal, and some clues were just to easy not to have caught my attention. I loved the word play between Athena, and Cole. I only wished they had told you what had become of the first child that Damaris [...]

    5. elaine m. suda on said:

      Mystery-solving love storyI thoroughly loved reading this multi murder story. I enjoyed Thea's enthusiasm and intelligence. Cole seemed mesmerized by her knowledge and assertiveness. The story-line kept me reading all day long. I love historical romance novels and the fact that this was a mystery made it all that much more. I look forward to reading more of Catherine Winchester.

    6. Lola on said:

      A nice, comfy read. Pretty predictable in places and not many surprises but it'll pass a rainy afternoon if you're in the mood for something not too taxing!

    7. Michele bookloverforever on said:

      I enjoyed this story3 murders, 1 natural death and an unlikely heroine solves the murders and finds love and respect.

    8. Chesney on said:

      What a mystery read. It was a Sherlock Holmes regency style. I had my suspicions but still kept me guessing until the end. Great day read! 3.5 stars.

    9. Debra on said:

      Very enjoyableWhat a wonderful book it was different but good. And for all ages to enjoy. Refreshing and I wish C.W. all the best on her next book. BravoMs. D.From New York City

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