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Ford When a present day murder occurs Alan Markby and Meredith Mitchell are on the Alan although a Superintendent has been side lined for this because he s too close to the principals n this case so he works from the sidelines with Meredith trying to uncover some long buried family secrets Ann Granger does a wonderful job of the English village mystery and her two sleuths are two of my favourites Meredith and Alan s personal relationship always adds some nterest to the mystery The first one I ve read n the series a combination of two story lines pastpresent bogged me some although I "like the characters struggled and give t "the characters I struggled and give t 12 stars Will be Interested War Girls in reading other booksn the series because I like the author s style and characterizations Hieroglyphen lesen. intelligent Christie type feel 3 12 Very Good Murders many years apart linked to the same family cause a problem for Mitchell and Markbyn this on. S found dead poisoned by the same substance used to kill his great grandmother t seems that the shadow of murder has returned to haunt the Oakley family once again and Superintendent Markby must look back at the events of a century ago to find the killer.
Ann Granger Ø 6 reviewI read this when Lesson Planning and Classroom Management it was first publishedn 2001 and couldn t remember any of the details of the plot Ann Granger writes well and Mitchell Markby are The Stalin Front: A Novel of World War II interesting characters as are the othersn this book The book
switches between two related stories separated by over a hundred years nvolving members of the same familybetween two related stories separated by over a hundred years nvolving members of the same family centred on a very Gothic Victorian mansion There s plenty of
atmosphere Meredith and Alan are continuing to advance their relationship and a hint of romance n the Victorian mystery IMeredith and Alan are continuing to advance their relationship and a hint of romance n the Victorian mystery I I could remember that the reporter and the Inspector s daughter married eventually and that Meredith learned about them as Emily and her father lived n her cottage but either that was n a later book or I deduced The Space Race: The Journey to the Moon and Beyond it all from hintsn this one The Mitchell Markby series s one of my favorites I loved this particular book Amazing plot Loved the 2 stories from different era s they were seamlessly blended thoroughly enjo. In 1889 the late Cora Oakley’s husband William was put on trial for her murder The case was dismissed but Oakley fled the country never to be heard of againOver a hundred years later the only remaining members Oakley fled the country never to be heard of againOver a hundred years later the only remaining members the family are two elderly sisters who .
Yed t Good but not one of her best This The Color of Water is a decent mystery and I liked the obviously ongoing characters It wasn t really difficult to figure out Not a keeper but good entertainment for a day or 2 Very good A very good read The thirteenthn a series of 15 books starring Meredith Mitchell and Chief Inspector Alan Markby s
set n two time periods This book refers back to a previous death of an Oakley family member nin two time periods This book refers back to a previous death of an Oakley family member n Cora Oakley was found burned to death Mistaken Mistress in her bedchamber Her husband William was charged with murder since many felt that he had poisoned her with arsenic fumes which caused her to knock over the lamp and start the fire William was acuitted and left the country leaving a young son behind him Descendents of that son are now livingn the family home A stranger comes to town saying he s a descendent of Cora s husband This puts the elderly Oakley sisters Bunny: A Novel in a uandary and upsets everyonen the village of Bam. Fter years of struggling to maintain their dilapidated ancestral home have
decided to sell up But then Jan a young Polish man who says he s William Oakley’sto sell up But then Jan a young Polish man who says he s William Oakley’s grandson comes to visit and claims half the profits from the sale of the house When Jan