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England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and with Death to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Kurland as they travel to Bath England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo This is the sixth in A Kurland St Mary Mystery series and my introductory read to the books The story is a complete mystery of its own and it is not necessary to have read the previous books in the series There may be some secondary character development or some exploration of the two principal characters relationship that has been established in earlier books however enjoyment of this book is not dependent on having previously read anything in the series Lord and Lady Kurland rent a house in Bath for a month while he participates in daily treatments in the healing waters Almost immediately upon moving into their rental house their next door neighbor Sir William Benson comes to call He is a bombastic opinionated man but Lord Kurland enjoys his company and a friendship develops They are also soon visited by Sir William s second wife Miranda and her two sons who voice very different opinions of the man Lady Benson extends an invitation to dinnr explaining it is at the insistence of her husband Both Lord and Lady Kurland accept and are soon introduced to the rest of the Benson household Sir William s three sons from his first marriage The tension between the members of the blended household is apparent from the initial meeting with Sir William contributing to its increase as it becomes apparent that he enjoys changing his will on a regular basis depending on who may have disappointed him most recently It comes as no surprise to any regular reader of mystery fiction that Sir William becomes a victim of murder Lord and Lady Kurland enter into an investigation as they are both determined to discover what happened to Sir William and set things to rights if it is within their power In addition to the death and subseuent investigation the book has secondary stories featuring Lord Kurland s doctor Sir Patrick Fletcher his very pregnant wife Penelope and Lady Kurland s sister Anna There is just enough story involving these characters to give depth to the novel without bogging it down in unnecessary detail Character development of the principals as well as the victim and his family is well done Through the writing they are presented as complex people who are interesting and have their own individual strengths and weaknesses There are also clues and red herrings sprinkled throughout the book allowing the reader to draw conclusions as to who might be guilty of committing murder While I solved the mystery prior to the end of the book it wasn t too early in the book and it was still enjoyable to read and ascertain if I was correct This book is an excellent representation of a cozy mystery The reasons for Lord and Lady Kurland being in Bath and the involving themselves in the solution of their neighbor s murder are completely believable which adds to the overall enjoyment of the story The characters who populate the book add depth and interest beyond the mystery itself and help to increase the reader s interest in the book as well as the series Although I haven t read any of the other books I would certainly consider reading others in the series and would probably opt to begin with the first book as I suspect there is some relationship development that would be interesting to experience as it grows My thanks to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing an advanced digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Er with Lucy's aid The members of Sir William's family seem the most obvious suspects to benefit from the wealthy man's death but his will has gone missing To deduce who sent Sir William to a watery grave Robert and Lucy must investigate with the utmost discretion before they too find themselves in over their head. .
E along with the of the era make ou feel as if Badtimes Stories (Historias de los malos tiempos) - Bernie Wrightson (Historias de los malos tiempos) - Bernie Wrightson (Obras Completas, you are right there meeting the people smelling the aromas of the baths and touring the town of Bath Major Sir Robert Kurland was grievously injured during the battle of Waterloo His leg was completely shattered and the surgeons wanted to remove it Luckily for Major Kurland his friend gifted Army surgeon Patrick Fletcher wouldn t allow it and managed to save the leg The leg has never been truly well since that time but Robert would rather deal with that pain than lose his leg When a large knot rises on his thigh he tries to hide it from his wife and Dr Fletcher His efforts to hide it are unsuccessful and Dr Fletcher has to cut the knot open to drain it and hopefully save Robert s lifeet again After Robert has healed sufficiently to travel Dr Fletcher wants him to go to Bath and take the treatments Robert reluctantly agrees but he isn t happy about itIn Bath Robert realizes that the treatments are actually helping him and he is feeling better than he has in a very long time To make the treatments even bearable he has the company of Sir William Benson who knew Robert s
grandfather Robert comes to really like the older man but learns that Sir William sRobert comes to really like the older man but learns that Sir William s relationships are very poor and contentious indeed It seems that the Benson s are very free with airing their dirty laundry in front of others and Robert and Lucy learn much about the family than they ever wanted to learnEarly one morning Robert and Dr Fletcher are on their way to the baths for Robert s treatment and Robert is looking forward to his visit with Sir William Only Sir William isn t there but his physician is When they realize that Sir William isn t in the baths Dr Fletcher dives in to find him but it is already too late Sir William is dead Robert and Dr Fletcher don t believe it was natural causes that caused him to submerge beneath the watersLucy Robert s wife has been investigating murders for the entire three ears they ve been married and she always drags Robert into helping her This time however Robert needs no persuasion He wants justice for his friend Sir William and he can t help but feel that it is someone in Sir William s family that caused his death Now he and Lucy just have to figure out who and whyI was happy to see that Lucy s health both mental and physical had improved since her series of miscarriages I loved seeing how well they ve settled into married life and how open they are in their love for each otherWe have a delightful cast of secondary characters some are recurring and some are new some ou will love others Ancient (Thaumatology, you won t Of the recurring ones we have Dr Fletcher and his wife Penelope Robert s former betrothed Lucy s sister Anna and some of their household staff The new appearances include a possible love interest for Anna Captain Harry Akers and his family as well as the oddly blended family of Sir WilliamAs always there is a twisted path to the solution and the villain may surpriseou It is a great addition to the series and now the waiting for 7 beginsPlease check out my reviews atBlog Page I reuested and received this e book at no cost to me and volunteered to read it my review is my honest opinion and given without any influence by the author or publisher A very cute historical cozy mystery Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author s effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous and interesting read that I d recommend to all cozy mystery fans. Sister Anna so that Robert can take the waters and recover At the Roman baths Robert befriends an elderly and pugnacious businessman Sir William Benson ennobled by the Crown for his service to industry Their acuaintance is short lived however when the man is found drowned in the baths Robert vows to find his kill. ,
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New release series fav I really love this series by Ms Lloyd and I am always waiting for the next one to be available at my local library A cozy mystery with very likable characters and a murder that has Robert and Lucy on the trail of another killer The secondary characters really add dimension to this story as the Benson family are amazingly dysfunctional throughout the book Penelope Fletcher being pregnant and forcing herself into excursion to Bath was often amusing and also tiresome She really does need someone to give her a reality check Audio Review I spotted this series a little while ago and just now had the chance to give it a go I love reading books from the English Regency period and adding Great fun and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series Sir Robert Kurland and his wife Lucy have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at WaterlooA cantankerous outspoken neighbor Sir William Benson is also partaking of water cures for his health having been knighted for his successes in Yorkshire he has decided opinions about his disappointing sons step sons and beautiful second wife Sir Robert reminded of his own Yorkshire grandfather befriends the old coot and they keep each other company soaking in the hot baths until Sir Robert and His doctor find the old man dead in the baths one morning Was it his weak health or murder Since he was constantly threatening to disinherit his relations Robert and Lucy suspect the worstThis was fun in that Lucy and Robert worked together and Sir William s family are all self centered and greedy with secrets to hide There are red herrings and satisfying twists and turns and a satisfying conclusion I figured it out but not too soon and I still enjoyed reading to the conclusionI enjoy this Regency cozy series and look
forward to the next book Thanks to Netgalley I had the opportunity it s read whatto the next book Thanks to Netgalley I had the opportunity it s read what consider the best in this mystery series In the sixth installment Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert s health While in Bath Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson who ends up murdered by someone in his very obnoxious and grabby family Lucy and Robert become immersed in the family s feuds to solve the murder Lucy s sister Anna and Penelope Sir Robert s former fianc e add dimension to the story Highly recommend The mystery was okay but the personal aspects than compensated for it I m loving this series now Death Comes to Bath35 StarsSir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland travel to Bath for the treatments and investigate the murder of a new acuaintance Sir William Benson whose abominable family all wanted him dead While the culprit is predictable and the motivation straightforward it is the characterization that really makes the story shine Each member of Sir William s despicable family is drawn in vivid detail and this adds depth and intrigue to the rather mundane mystery Lucy and Robert s marriage is back on track after the difficulties of the previous book Not only has Lucy made a wonderful recovery both physically and psychologically but the love and affection she shares with Robert are delightful There are also updates in the lives of other recurring characters including Lucy s sister Anna and Penelope Fletcher who is growing on me The final book so far Death Comes to the Nursery is next and it promises to be very sa Series A Kurland St Mary Mystery 6Publication Date 121818Close our eyes breathe deeply relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery The descriptions of places and peopl. On a visit to Bath Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the English spa town is not beneficial to everyone's health After Sir Robert's injury from the battle of Waterloo begins troubling him again his wife Lucy insists they relocate from the village of Kurland St Mary to Bath along with her.