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by Emily Brightwell

  • ISBN: 0425162435
  • Author: Emily Brightwell
  • ePub ver: 1339 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1339 kb
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berkley; 1st edition (March 1, 1998)
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  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Mystery
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Jeffries Rocks the Boat (Victorian Mystery). Jeffries series! They are very entertaining and haven't disappointed. Sometimes you can guess who the murderer is but not how they did it- and sometimes you can't "finger" him/her!!!

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Mrs has been added to your Cart. Emily Brightwell is the author of more than forty novels, including the extensive Mrs. Jeffries mystery series. The holder of a degree in American studies from California State University, Emily lives with her husband in Northern California. Visit her at emilybrightwell. Jeffries Takes Tea at Three (A Victorian Mystery) Paperback.

Start by marking Mrs. Meet the inspector and Mrs. Jeffries-in a delightful mystery series set in Victorian England-and featuring the most charming characters ever to crack a case. Jeffries Reveals Her Art (Mrs. Jeffries, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. An artist's model never shows up at Neville Grant's house, or so he claims. But when one of Mr. Grant's houseguests suddenly dies - the Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries have to work doubletime to find both the missing Meet the inspector and Mrs.

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A missing muse is the catalyst for a baffling case for Inspector Witherspoon and Mrs. Jeffries in the twelfth novel in the long-running Victorian mystery series. An artist’s model never shows up at Neville Grant's house-or so he claims. Grant’s house guests suddenly dies, the Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries have to work double time to find both the missing model and the killer! One historical mystery series that never gets boring or dull.

Jeffries Reveals Her Art CHAPTER 3 We’d best take statements tonight, Inspector Witherspoon said to Barnes. I think we’d better have a quick word with the members of the household. He stifled a yawn and cast a longing glance at the loaded tea trolley. Tea would be nice right about now. Then he remembered the victim might have been poisoned and suddenly he wasn’t quite so thirsty. Do you want to speak to everyone together or should I bring them in one at a time?. One at a time, I think, Witherspoon said.

About Emily Brightwell.

Now, Mrs Jeffries has to work double-time to find the missing model and the killer. Format Paperback 240 pages. Dimensions 108 x 176 x 18mm 140g. Publication date 23 Apr 2015. Publisher Little, Brown Book Group. About Emily Brightwell. Having married an Englishman in 1976, Cheryl Arguile lived near London for a while before moving back to California, where she had been brought up.

Emily Brightwell is the pen name of Cheryl Arguile. She is the author of all twenty-three published titles in her Victorian murder mystery series, The Inspector and Mrs. Emily Brightwell lives in Southern California. She has also written romance novels as Sarah Temple and Young Adult novels as Cheryl Lanham. Genres: Historical Mystery, Mystery, Children's Fiction, Romance.

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A missing muse is the catalyst for a baffling case for Inspector Witherspoon and Mrs.

Mrs. Jeffries Reveals Her Art. by Emily Brightwell. A missing muse is the catalyst for a baffling case for Inspector Witherspoon and Mrs.

Meet the inspector and Mrs. Jeffries--in a delightful mystery series set in Victorian England--and featuring the most charming characters ever to crack a case. An artist's model never shows up at Neville Grant's house, or so he claims. But when one of Mr. Grant's houseguests suddenly dies - the Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries have to work doubletime to find both the missing model and the killer!
Comments (7)

Skrimpak
The book is well enough written but the plot and the characters are a little too simplistic. I didn’t dislike the story but it didn’t hold my interest very well. I never really got into it because there wasn’t much substance to get into. The plot didn’t thicken, as they say, because there wasn’t enough plot. But it’s pleasant enough If you can’t find something better to do
Maximilianishe
This story is so clever, and the plot was so hidden that you just had to finish reading. I loved the older English concept of loyalty, honor, and good manners. And the whole concept of the staff covertly aiding the inspector made me giggle.
Really a nice read.
Fiarynara
Mrs. Jeffries books are always easy to read and I have no strong criticism for them, but I always wait until I can get them for free on Kindle Unlimited. I have no objection to a good tale that values entertainment over reality and that is at least part of why we read fiction. These do take it to far extremes at times, but the characters are fun to revisit.
Doulkree
This was one of the best in this series. There were two mysteries. One was a missing artist's model and a murder. It had more action in it as Betsy at one point gave away her shoes to get information and followed a man to find the missing woman. Smythe's reaction to seeing her walking home shoeless was very funny.
Thozius
English accented all over the book. A great suspenseful story without much gore or the kind of tension that makes it hard for old ladies to sleep at night like stories about todays politics. This is the second mrs jeffries I’ve read. Enjoyed them both for the characterizations inherent in the story.
Cobandis
This is a well-written series, with an interesting regular cast of characters who just "gel". Their escapades are delightful and meeting with these friends at bedtime is relaxing and conducive to good sleep and fun dreams!
Dianazius
it's not a heavy mystery but I enjoyed reading about the group of characters that are featured in these books. You almost feel as if you know them after a few books. I look forward to reading more of "Mrs. Jefferies" mysteries.
I delight in all of the books in the Mrs. Jeffries series!!! The author could eliminate the word "bas----d" from the stories.

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