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    [Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5] Kindle ´ Catherine Lloyd Death Comes to the School4 StarsAnother enjoyable foray into life in a small Regency village This time Lady Lucy Kurland f

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    [Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5] Kindle ´ Catherine Lloyd characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Catherine Lloyd I hope the author will continue writing the seuels this is such an enjoyable cozy mystery series RTC

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    [Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5] Kindle ´ Catherine Lloyd summary Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5 Like the character development of this series The mysteries are well crafted

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    [Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5] Kindle ´ Catherine Lloyd characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Catherine Lloyd Another enjoyable installment of the series I did get frustrated with Lucy and Robert's lack of communication but overall it was a great listen

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    Catherine Lloyd ↠ 3 summary characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Catherine Lloyd summary Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5 Series Kurland St Mary Mystery #5Publication Date 112817Another outstanding new book in the Kurland St Mary Mystery series As always the mystery is outstanding full of twists and suspects and keeps you guessing right up until the end It is a we

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    [Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5] Kindle ´ Catherine Lloyd 1820 Lucy and Robert have been married three years already Lucy has had two miscarriages in the last six months and is wondering what that bode

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    summary Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5 characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Catherine Lloyd Catherine Lloyd ↠ 3 summary This is the fifth book in the Kurland St Mary Mystery series but only the second that I have read I would recommend that if you want to read this series you read them in order I missed a lot of the history and bac

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    summary Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5 Catherine Lloyd ↠ 3 summary characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Catherine Lloyd I love the premise of this series but the execution of this one didn’t uite live up to it for me Mystery wise I felt the plot line o

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    [Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5] Kindle ´ Catherine Lloyd characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Catherine Lloyd summary Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5 The mystery was good but I was so frustrated with Robert and Lucy I always get annoyed when characters just won’t talk to each other

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    [Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5] Kindle ´ Catherine Lloyd I have enjoyed every book in this series Lucy Robert Anna and the other characters are so well developed that I feel like I am visiting friends each time I begin a new book This mystery was complex but the end felt a little rushed Thanks to my public library who provided me with a Kindle copy to read

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review Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5 Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB In the English village of Kurland St Mary few things are worse than having one's reputation besmirched A struggling marriage is one Murder is another Three years have passed since Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lucy Harrington the rector's daughter became husband and wife Having established a measure of contentment among the gentry of Kurland St Mary the couple lately have found an unsettling distance grown between them But when the smal. Like the character development of this series The mysteries are well crafted

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review Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5 Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB L village peace is disrupted by the arrival of an anonymous letter accusing Lucy of witchcraft her as yet unfulfilled desire to be a mother becomes the least of her worries especially after she learns she is not the only one to have received such a malicious letterSpeculation in the village only escalates when the local schoolteacher Miss Broomfield is discovered murdered at her classroom desk Was the unlikeable teacher the letter writ. 1820 Lucy and Robert have been married three years already Lucy has had two miscarriages in the last six months and is wondering what that bodes for her marriageespecially when she receives some poison pen letters indicating she is to blame Her sister Anna is still unwed and stuck caring for their father and little brothers Lucy and Robert have endowed a village school to educate the children and adults on their estate When Lucy finally gets around to meeting the teacher Miss Broomfield she does not like the woman Lucy feels Miss Broomfield should not be teaching impressionable young children and vows to find a new teacher ASAP When Robert discovers Miss Broomfield dead at her desk he knows it wasn t a natural death and as magistrate needs to investigate He would prefer Lucy to NOT get involved given her fragile state of health Lucy takes Robert s suggestion as a guideline and promises only to supervise the children as they learn Christmas carols but she can t help wondering whether Miss Broomfield sent the nasty notes and was killed for it It s been awhile since we last saw Lucy and Robert and the village of Kurland St Mary s This mystery shows the reality of life after marriage for the couple The mystery was complicated and very hard to figure out It was nearly impossible with so many suspects and so many twists and turns I did suspect that person of something else but I was shocked at the reveal The writing is sharp and flows well I did catch one slight anachronism but it apparently dates to 1826 so close enough to be used orally without formal documentation There may be others I didn t catch The historical details are really good though there s nothing specific to set this story in the year 1820 but the year is a natural progression of the series and the other books have details I really liked how issues about class and reform came up Robert as a land owner would not be so whiggish but his arguments seem plausible for his characterThe new characters here include a variety of people in the village of Kurland St Mary The Greenwells a gentry family have moved in nearby Mr Greenwell seems kind and progressive but the women are not likeable at all Mrs Greenwell and her daughters are gossips of the worst sort I expected Mrs Greenwell to be a Mrs Bennet type but she s not uite that bad The Greenwells have a ward Josephine Blake who lives with them as sort of a companion to the ladies Sixteen year old Josephine seems beaten down by her situation and a nervous type I felt really bad for her She is a student at the school and helps out the younger children Josephine seems to have been affected by Miss Broomfield s dour manner Miss Broomfield is a fan of the switch and preaches hellfire and brimstone to the children She labels most of them sinners and scares the poor children half to death This woman was a nasty person but didn t deserve to die like that Josephine s fellow studentstudent teacher is Rebecca the daughter of the local smithy I really liked Rebecca s intelligence and cheerful manner She should go far in life Other suspects include a mysterious man who may or may not be who he claims to be His story was intriguing but I didn t like him Grace Turner the village wise woman also has reason to be angry with Miss Broomfield Did she do something to cause the other woman s death Lucy trusts Grace but given her family history I m not sure I would Given the nature of the death I don t think it s likely Grace was involved There s also Mr and Mrs Jarvis of the local inn Mrs Jarvis is an overly friendly sort who claims to have known Robert in London in his younger days Could one of them have killed Miss Broomfield The recurring characters make up a lot of drama and comic relief Lucy and Robert s relationship hits a bumpy patch Writing about infertility is a tricky subject especially for this time period but I think the author does an admirable job of dealing with Lucy s thoughts and feelings I really didn t like the angst and wished Lucy would just talk to Robert She never had problems talking to him before and never doubted his love I understand she is grieving and she sounds depressed but it was little too grim for me Anna s fears and doubts about marriage and motherhood are very valid and I can easily see myself having the same doubts at that time The secondary romance was brief but sweet There s another pairing that was obvious though the couple does not seem suited for one another Penelope Fletcher nee Chingford is still snippy but I kind of like her She reminds me of Caroline from the Poldark series Her sister Dorothea is kind and deserves a happy ending of her own Dr Fletcher is an intelligent good doctor who obviously loves his wife and the village Again much like Dr Enys in the Poldark saga Sophia Lucy s best friend appears in and out of the story to support Lucy but she s a little too happy and cheerful to understand what Lucy is going through I didn t find her insensitive but just a bit too perky Aunt Rose comes to stay and she adds some cheer to the story with her good humor I feel sorry for her that her children are so awful Foley the aged butler is the best secondary character He is very devoted to the family especially Lucy and his kindness is touching as well as a bit funny Another great Kurland St Mary mystery It needs an epilogue so we know what happens to everyone

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review Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5 Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Er and if so who killed her and why Despite her husband's objections Lucy offers to help out at the school until a replacement can be found hoping the schoolchildren might inadvertently reveal a clue but by doing so she may be putting her own life at risk Lucy offers to teach in the school until a replacement can be found hoping the schoolchildren might inadvertently reveal a clue but by doing so she may be putting her own life at risk. The mystery was good but I was so frustrated with Robert and Lucy I always get annoyed when characters just won t talk to each other

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  • Death Comes to the School Kurland St Mary Mystery #5
  • Catherine Lloyd
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  • 09 August 2019
  • 9781496702081