Death at Sandringham House: Her Majesty Investigates Mass Market Paperback – Dec 1 1996
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What I really liked about this book was the story. This book is 100% fictional and not based on a true story or the real characters but I really loved to imagine the Queen in the role of Sherlock Holmes. The story itself is not about the Queen, the heroine is Jane Bee and as the reader you'll always get her point of view and insight in her thoughts only. Till the end she doesn't know who the murderer is and so the reader doesn't know either but you can guess with her who did it.
Still I rated this book with three stars because the whole story was too fantastic to be true. To start with, the idea of the Queen, discussing a murder case with a housemaid, is very strange but without this idea there would be no story so you just have to accept it. Then many suspects talked too much and too freely about what had happened to Jane. If I were a suspect I wouldn't talk to a stranger about it at all.Read more ›
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Enjoyed this book very much. Being from that part of the world originally, I enjoyed the author's use of the East Anglian vernacular. Good mystery and hard to put down.Published on Dec 22 2012 by Teresa-Lee Cooke
I really enjoyed this one. I loved the winter setting in Norfolk and the descriptions of the royal get-away residence. Loved "Margo" and "Lilibet. Read morePublished on June 1 1999
Much weaker plot than the first book in this series, which was quite "amusing." The author includes heaps of unnecessary comments, Brit jargon, meaningless yakkety-yak... Read morePublished on April 12 1999