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Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Assassins at Ospreys by R. They become suspicious when the dying master of nearby Ospreys leaves his fortune to her.


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The Disturbing Mystery of the Jamison Family

May 31, Phair rated it it was ok Shelves: Not sure why I didn't really like this one. It followed many of the typical c Not sure why I didn't really like this one. It followed many of the typical country house cozy mystery conventions and was chock-a-block full of possible perps- enough to keep you guessing to the end. Overall I found it to be a bit of a melodrama bordering on farce which left no strong feelings of either distaste or pleasure.

Doubt I will read more in the series. Jul 04, Susan rated it really liked it Shelves: Antonia Darcy is always glad when people like her mystery novels, but Bee Ardshaw wants to make friends with her, too. When Antonia and her husband Hugh Payne finally visit Ardshaw, they learn that the middle-aged woman has recently married, to the disgust of her long time caregiver Ingrid.

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Bee wants Antonia's advice on a letter she's recently received, from Ralph Renshawe, the man whose carelessness left her severely injured and ruined Ingrid's life. Now dying, he wants to atone for his misdeed Antonia Darcy is always glad when people like her mystery novels, but Bee Ardshaw wants to make friends with her, too. Now dying, he wants to atone for his misdeed. His dissolute nephew, of course, would be happier if Ralph died before he got the chance. Aside from Antonia and Hugh, the characters are not too pleasant, but ah, the plot! May 28, Cherie Waggie rated it liked it. The story is simple enough.

The characters are easy to follow. But for me, the plot was obvious and the solution, meant to be a twist, was also obvious. It's definitely well written, but the style and voice of the writing I think would have been better set in the 20s or 30s instead of modern day. I found a few 'historical' errors, but nothing really noticeable. The book is listed in the Youth section at the library.


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I'd say 16 and up would be a good audience. I did find all the jealousy of the c The story is simple enough. I did find all the jealousy of the characters a little overdone. Way too much insecurity. All the characters came across as being totally insane.

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I don't think that was meant. Jul 01, Mascanlon rated it really liked it Recommends it for: At first I wasn't sure as it got off to a slow start but I quickly got into this well done country house crime. Its an old-school English mystery that played off of my love of Sayers and Christie. Strange people and plot. Major Payne was in rare form and Antonia was a stick-in-the-mud. Jun 25, Lotte rated it liked it.

The over-the-top carictatures kept me smiling so much despite my best efforts at control that I might seek out this author again. Elizabeth rated it liked it Aug 11, Sallie rated it liked it May 03, Robin rated it it was ok Aug 22, Purplekitty rated it liked it Apr 25, Marilyn rated it really liked it Feb 26, Johanna rated it really liked it Nov 29, Erin rated it liked it Dec 19, Anna rated it liked it Jul 23, Judith Zawodniak rated it really liked it Apr 07, Katherine rated it it was ok Jul 22, Lisa Reed rated it liked it Apr 22, Rodney rated it it was ok Mar 15, Ali rated it liked it Dec 29, Sue Harris rated it liked it Jan 23, Joan rated it liked it Jan 25, Karla Morales rated it really liked it Aug 04, Lisa rated it liked it Feb 03, Bishwaksen rated it it was ok Aug 21, Donata rated it liked it Dec 09, Shannon rated it it was ok Jan 31, May 20, Deb added it Shelves: Thought I would like this but it failed to hold my interest.

Michele rated it it was ok Mar 28, Mar 07, Francine rated it liked it Shelves: Not the best, too much of Major Payne superfluous verbiage. Lorraine rated it liked it Mar 05, Tom rated it really liked it Aug 15, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He has lived in London since Other books in the series. Country House Crime Mystery 9 books. Trivia About Little Victim Co No trivia or quizzes yet.