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Mrs Jefferies Reveals Her Art [Mass Market Paperback]

Emily Brightwell
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Dec 12 2012 Victorian Mysteries
Mrs. Jeffries is back--keeping house for Inspector Witherspoon and, as always, keeping him on his toes. This popular Victorian mystery series is "full of humor, suspense, adventure, and touches of romance",("Rendezvous") and in "Mrs. Jeffries Reveals Her Art", a missing artist's model is the catalyst for a baffling mystery that will satisfy and delight Mrs. Jeffries' legions of fans. .

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great installment in this delight ful series Jan. 29 1998
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Format:Mass Market Paperback
There are very few people who has a group of devoted servants like the most fortunate Inspector Witherspoon has. Every member of the household adores their master and will do anything to help him, to include solving murder cases. Of course, he is unaware of their assistance or that his renown as one of the police's leading lights is because of their efforts.
In spite of the servants discreet support, some individuals are well aware of their secret occupation. One person, who has previously benefited form their help, pleads with the group to find her tenant's missing daughter, who was on her way to visit one of her gentry. The housekeeper, Mrs. Jeffries "persuades" the Inspector to have a talk with the residents of that house. When he arrives at the doorstep, he finds one of the guests has choked to death from a candy that turns out to have been laced with arsenic. Witherspoon begins to investigate the murder and the missing person with a little covert help from his cracked team of servants.
MRS. JEFFRIES REVEALS HER ART is another warm addition to the "Mrs. Jeffries" series. The novel is a part police procedural, part cozy, and part amateur sleuth(s). As usual, the book leaves the audience feeling satisfied by knowing that good always triumphs. The servants are all wonderful characters, but it is the Clouseau-like Witherspoon who steals the show as women will want to mother him. Emily Brightwell continues to produce fresh mysteries.
Harriet Klausner
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great installment in this delight ful series Jan. 29 1998
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
There are very few people who has a group of devoted servants like the most fortunate Inspector Witherspoon has. Every member of the household adores their master and will do anything to help him, to include solving murder cases. Of course, he is unaware of their assistance or that his renown as one of the police's leading lights is because of their efforts.
In spite of the servants discreet support, some individuals are well aware of their secret occupation. One person, who has previously benefited form their help, pleads with the group to find her tenant's missing daughter, who was on her way to visit one of her gentry. The housekeeper, Mrs. Jeffries "persuades" the Inspector to have a talk with the residents of that house. When he arrives at the doorstep, he finds one of the guests has choked to death from a candy that turns out to have been laced with arsenic. Witherspoon begins to investigate the murder and the missing person with a little covert help from his cracked team of servants.
MRS. JEFFRIES REVEALS HER ART is another warm addition to the "Mrs. Jeffries" series. The novel is a part police procedural, part cozy, and part amateur sleuth(s). As usual, the book leaves the audience feeling satisfied by knowing that good always triumphs. The servants are all wonderful characters, but it is the Clouseau-like Witherspoon who steals the show as women will want to mother him. Emily Brightwell continues to produce fresh mysteries.
Harriet Klausner
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5.0 out of 5 stars Mrs Jeffries review Oct. 30 2008
By J. Ballard - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This is a great book and I love the whole series. It builds the characters and develops their stories throughout each book. I would recommend this series by Brightwell to any readers of murder/mystery fiction and newcomers to the genre.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Another enjoyable little book. July 26 2005
By S. Schwartz - Published on Amazon.com
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This is another solid entry in the Mrs. Jeffries series. These little books are lots of fun to read. It's a series that warms its way into a reader's heart. The characters are lovable, and as you read you feel that you really get to know them. They are all quick reads, and are a wonderful way to spend a rainy afternoon. In this book the staff at Upper Edmonton Gardens are pursuing two mysteries - a disappearance which may be a kidnapping or a murder, and an actual murder. Are these two seemingly unrelated incidences connected? We also find out a little about the art world as we watch Mrs. Jeffries and her crew unravel these mysteries. These books are such a lot of fun.
5.0 out of 5 stars good deal March 7 2014
By Ivy07 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
The condition of the book was excellent in my opinion and it was a good value. I was very pleased.
4.0 out of 5 stars Characters are like old friends June 26 2013
By J. Learmann - Published on Amazon.com
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This series follows a formula storyline, but I have grown to love the characters and will read all the novels.
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