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Lord James Harrington and the Autumn Mystery (Lord James Harrington #4) A Corny Cosy Mystery For That Lazy Sunday Hope You Enjoy This Fourth Novel In The Series Meet Lord James Harrington And His Delightful Wife, Beth Residents Of The Tiny Village Of Cavendish, Deep In The Heart Of West Sussex In England They Adore Hosting Seasonal Events, Running Their Country Hotel, Keeping The Local Folklore Alive And Listening To The Latest Murder Mystery On The Wireless But Mysteries Don T Always Remain On The Airwaves Autumn Has Arrived James And His Wife, Beth, Are Helping With The Harvest Festivities When They Learn That Escaped Convict, Locksmith Joe, Is In The Area Worryingly, James Suspects That His Good Friend, Bert, Knows About This Than He S Letting On Also, New Arrivals Christie Cameron And His Sister, Jeannie, Refuse To Integrate Into The Community And Have Upset A Number Of Villagers When Christie Is Found Dead In His Bedroom, Clues Suggest Foul Play Yet The Room Was Locked From The Inside How Did The Killer Get In When A Second Death Occurs At The Scarecrow Festival, James Puts His Sleuthing Hat On Why Did Elderly Siblings, Christie And Jeannie, Move To Cavendish Has Locksmith Joe, A Known Killer, Murdered Again What Is His Link To The Cameron S Who Is The Ghostly Figure In Their Upstairs Window Who Benefits From Christie S Fortune What Family Secret Haunts Christie Will A Surprise Discovery Jeopardise His Friendship With Bert Join James, And The Cavendish Regulars, In His Latest Adventure


10 thoughts on “Lord James Harrington and the Autumn Mystery (Lord James Harrington #4)

  1. says:

    Keeps you guessing to the endGood characters writing makes you care what happens to them am eager to get the next book in the series


  2. says:

    Another hit for Lord JamesLord James Harrington has done it again Solved the current mysteries and unearths the solution to a decades old mystery too.


  3. says:

    Lord James Harrington and The Autumn Mystery by Lynn FlorkiewiczThis is the fourth in the cozy series, and the last of the seasonal Lord James Harrington mysteries Lynn has done it again, and created a story and a community of people that make you want to pack up and move there If they just didn t have so many murders in the village As always, I hate to see these books end It s like having to go home after a nice vacation.I saw on the author s website that she originally intended to write th Lord James Harrington and The Autumn Mystery by Lynn FlorkiewiczThis is the fourth in the cozy series, and the last of the seasonal Lord James Harrington mysteries Lynn has done it again, and created a story and a community of people that make you want to pack up and move there If they just didn t have so many murders in the village As always, I hate to see these books end It s like having to go home after a nice vacation.I saw on the author s website that she originally intended to write these four and stop, but the response and reviews have been so encouraging that she is now inspired to write some holiday mysteries I look forward to those It will be like family coming for a Christmas visit.The story line in this one involves a very standoffish brother and sister who move into town, and their frosty manner may indicate they are hiding from something or someone Soon after the Lord and Lady Harrington and the Vicar and his wife visit them, the man, Christie Cameron, dies in his locked bedroom A few days later, the sister is choked to death after attending the local Harvest Festival An escaped convict is known to be in the area, and is the primary suspect But many things are not what they seem, and Lord Harrington s intuition prompts him to once again investigate matters, much to the chagrin of the local constable Layers of lies and hidden truths are revealed as the story gallops along I couldn t put it down and finished it in one afternoon Agatha Christie would be proud.I love Lynn s writing style, her deft plotting and likeable characters, and I always love a happy ending I look forward tofrom Lynn and give her another Five Star Review which she so richly deserves Sandy Penny, Founder of SweetMysteryBooks.com


  4. says:

    I was surprised to go to the .com website for this book and see how many people really enjoyed this series of books I usually like British mysteries, but I felt that this particular book moved incredibly slowly The author was trying to build the main characters of the book and give an atmosphere, and the process of doing that made the plot bog down I also felt there was a lot British stereotypes and the language was forced a bit, like someone was trying to make the protagonists sound Br I was surprised to go to the .com website for this book and see how many people really enjoyed this series of books I usually like British mysteries, but I felt that this particular book moved incredibly slowly The author was trying to build the main characters of the book and give an atmosphere, and the process of doing that made the plot bog down I also felt there was a lot British stereotypes and the language was forced a bit, like someone was trying to make the protagonists sound British They used all the phrases that you would hear in old movies, and it comes off a bit unreal The book was okay, I guess, but I did not enjoy this series enough to buy another one of these books I really prefer good language and good writing, even in my mysteriesand this didn t fit the bill


  5. says:

    I enjoy this series Lord James has changed the family mansion into a first class hotel Each of the four books has covered a mystery and included some little insights into village life after WWII They re light reading Since this is the last season it will be interesting to see what happens to Lord and Lady Harrington and their village next.


  6. says:

    True mysteryThese books are addictive I have enjoyed each one in the series They speak of a time long gone when everyone was a good neighbor and tried to help each other Lots of twists and turns.


  7. says:

    This is the fourth in the series of seasonal mysteries set in a small English village a few years after WWII Same core characters and of course the mystery to be solved Fun and easy reading for a rainy day although I m actually at the beach I d recommend it.


  8. says:

    Fun read.


  9. says:

    This was the weakest book in the series I did not like the resolution nor Harrington s attitude Too bad since the first two were good.


  10. says:

    Lord Harrington last seasonFortunately it s not the end of the series This is not a fluff cozy because there are always twists and turns Great read and never boring.