"Death Comes to London"
Engaging Regency fans will find plenty to like. ""Publishers Weekly""
Excellent historical detail, delightfully flawed lead characters, and the doings of the season make for entertaining reading. M. C. Beaton fans will enjoy this series.
"Death Comes to the Village"
Lloyd combines a satisfying mystery with plenty of wit and character development. ""Booklist ""
A Regency""Rear Window""whose chair-bound hero and the woman who civilizes him generate sparks worthy of Darcy and Elizabeth. ""Kirkus Reviews""
A delightful debut Readers will hope death returns soon to Kurland St. Mary. ""Publishers Weekly " "(starred review)"
Lucy Harrington has returned to Kurland St. Mary to help with her friend Sophia Giffin’s wedding. But her homecoming is made disagreeable by the presence of Major Robert Kurland, whose bungled proposal has ruffled Lucy’s composure, and a meddling widow who has designs on her father, the village rector.
Wary of the cloying Mrs. Chingford from the start, Lucy has doubts about the busybody’s intentions with her father. But everyone else seems to think they make an ideal match—until the courtship is curtailed when Mrs. Chingford is found dead at the bottom of a staircase. It’s clear that it wasn’t an accident, and in hopes of finding the culprit, Lucy and Robert call a truce and begin scrutinizing the wedding guests.
But the widow left behind plenty of enemies, and when one of them is the next to turn up dead, Lucy and Robert discover that the truth is far more scandalous than anyone could have imagined…