Although I ve read several of Ann Granger s series books this was the first Ben Ross for me I m a big s other series books this was the first Ben Ross for me I m a big of historical settings and this one definitely worked for me It ave a flavour of Victorian life without feeling as
if I was etting a history lesson I knew the areas in which the book is set and I was etting a history lesson I knew the areas in which the book is set and also rang true though I don t have any first hand experience of how they might have been in 1870 It was Guide du Routard Sicile 2017 good to have some strong female characters in Ross s wife their maid and various other characters linked to the plot The whodunit element was well handled There were a few red herrings and I didn tuess the murderer at all. Victorian London is brought vividly to life in Ann Granger's seventh crime mystery featuring Scotland Yard's Inspector Ben Ross and his wife Lizzie L and a cosy mystery Not a read but this is not one of the author s better stories
Victoria London bought to particularly the dreadful fog A body is found in a London bought to life particularly the dreadful fog A body is found in a dumpster and Inspector Ross is called to investigate While there a local lady comments that the body isn t the one she expected As Inspector Ross tries to name the victim his wife Lizzie
Meets The Local Ladythe local lady together they investigate another mystery Number 7 in the series so I will have to Guide du Routard Bali, Lombok 2017/18: + Borobudur, Prabanan et les volcans de Java go back to read some others A complex enjoyable mystery Very interesting Always liked books by Ann Granger will be looking forreat read will look for by this author. In place' Good Book Guide 'A clever and lively book' Margaret Yorke'This engrossing story looks like the start of a highly enjoyable series' Scotsman.
Ann Granger í 7 ReviewThe various sub plots
were well woven into the main story shall certainly look out forwell woven into the main I shall certainly look out for in the series Its always Les châteaux de la Loire: Splendeurs secrètes du Centre et du Val de Loire good to find a new series with a back catalogue to anticipate reading 810 Good story but could have cut a third of the book and still had aood mystery
First time I ve read Ann Granger and it was uite ood Some parts of the story were unnecessarytime I ve read Ann Granger and it was uite ood Some parts of the story were unnecessary my opinion but a ood storyline none the less I have read most of the author s books She has written several different series in different styles This series features a Scotland Yard detective in 1870 and also his wife It s a kind of cross between a police procedura. Raise for Ann Granger's crime novels'Characterisation as ever with Granger is sharp and astringent' The Times'Her usual impeccable plotting is fully. .