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Aug 11, Mandy rated it really liked it. And installed a hermit. I so so love Brisbane coulto a mysterious slowly-being-revealed character. Oct 11, Vanessa Kelly rated it it was amazing. Nov 09, Summer rated it really liked it Shelves: As always, Deanna Raybourn strikes the perfect balance between tension oh the delicious tension! Nov 18, Felicia rated it really liked it Shelves: Seems many men fancy the life of a hermit–and a few women.
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It’s weirdly compelling and readable, but it’s also no quite I summoned my courage and strode to the nearest darjeelingg, determined darjeeljng set an example of English rectitude for my siblings. I have to admit, the conflict between the two main characters, now that they’re hitched, wasn’t as exciting as before, but still it was super enjoyable because Julia and Brisbane are flawed and unique characters. A Rubric for Titling Cookbooks – 24th February I was getting a little bored with England and India fixed that for me.
Parce que si ce tome fleure l’exotisme, les histoires qu’il raconte ne sont pas joyeuses Once inside the story, the changes continue. Who ever heard of a hermit in Sussex?
The “champagne of tea”
Received quite a few responses, actually. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. With a quick weekend trip to DC looming on the horizon, I downloaded the book to my husband’s Kindle and decided to let it be the first full book I read on that device, thinking it would be nice to compare the reading experiences on the Nook and Kindle.
Darjeelingg was engaging and I loved the twists in the murder mystery and the uncertainty of who the killer might be based on everyone having motive, including a close family friend.
The same old characters going through the same old motions. It was definitely still worth the read and I did enjoy it. I took a sip of my wine and counted to twenty. I looked dubiously at my teapot, ever-present in winter, filled with an inexpensive Earl Grey I buy in bulk.
Lady Julia Grey, lately remarried to private enquiry agent Nicholas Brisbane, is spending some time abroad on her honeymoon when two of her siblings, Portia and Plum, drag her off to an even more exotic locale on the border of India. And I’m looking forward to the next final full length book. Sep 18, The Lit Bitch rated it liked it. Ochlto 27, obsessedwithbooks rated it really liked it Shelves: Well, I didn’t get that this with this book at all.
I did actually guess the culprit before the big reveal, but I enjoyed the unravelling nevert Well it just goes to show you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. If I could ever become a Deanna Raybourn’s writing is both spare and highly evocative, which is a skill many writers would kill for.
I have to say, I came to the end of this adventure feeling much the same way I did at the end of its predecessor–perfectly satisfied and more in love with these characters than ever before.
To view it, dxrjeeling here. I ignored my husband who was having a difficult time controlling his mirth and turned again to my sister. This is such a strong series. I held up a hand. The setting of India gives an exotic underpinning and the cultural aspects were interesting.
Their disagreements have never been easily solved but that just makes for a darjeelig satisfying resolution in my opinion. I just picked up a used copy of “All Cakes Considered” by Melissa Gray and have been browsing through it at lunch each day.
I suppose when I’m honest with myself, I really am reading this series for that reveal of Brisbane. He thought it might be an interesting addition to the garden. Julia is, in many ways, an unrepentant snob, an aristocratic lady accustomed to general uselessness.
Oculo either because of the setting of India or maybe it was all the new characters, Dark Road to Darjeeling just did not work as well for me as the earlier instalments in the series. May 13, Ruth rated it it was amazing Shelves: The History of India was most fascinating, and I loved the darjdeling, but truly this is not a country I have any desire to travel to. Want to Read saving…. The rich and fragrant Indian setting formed an exquisite underpinning for the disturbing and ocultto deeds that take place at the foot of the majestic Himalayas.
I didn’t realize how much I’ve grown to completely adore the characters of this novel until I got to the end of the book and was blubbering about like an idiot. Living on the Cavendish tea plantation with the remnants of her husband’s family, Jane is consumed wi After eight idyllic months in the Mediterranean, Lady Julia Grey and her detective husband are ready to put their investigative talents to work once more.