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by Emily Brightwell

  • ISBN: 0425241602
  • Author: Emily Brightwell
  • ePub ver: 1187 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berkley; 2nd Printing edition (May 3, 2011)
  • Formats: lrf doc lrf mbr
  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Mystery
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Jeffries Forges Ahead" is another delightful entry in Emily Brightwell's "The Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries" cozy mystery series set in Victorian England

Jeffries Forges Ahead" is another delightful entry in Emily Brightwell's "The Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries" cozy mystery series set in Victorian England. Although this is the 28th book in the series, Brightwell continues to find ways to keep the series fresh - in this book it is the addition of Phyllis. The mystery is well plotted with plenty of suspects and readers will keep guessing until the very end who the killer is. The motive for the murder is truly one of the saddest I've come across in a cozy mystery. Jeffries Forges Ahead" is another great entry in Emily Brightwell's "The Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries" cozy mystery series. 10 people found this helpful.

Emily Brightwell is the New York Times bestselling author of the Victorian Mystery series featuring Inspector . I'm looking forward to the release of Mrs. Jeffries Takes Tea at Three (A Victorian Mystery) in April 2013 which includes the seventh through the ninth books in this wonderful series.

Emily Brightwell is the New York Times bestselling author of the Victorian Mystery series featuring Inspector Witherspoon and Mrs. Jeffries. 7 people found this helpful.

Jeffries Forges Ahead book. I really enjoyed it! The characters are believable and likable

Jeffries Forges Ahead book. I really enjoyed it! The characters are believable and likable. This is my first Emily Brightwell's, Mrs. Jeffries, A Victorian Mystery read for me. Unbeknownst to me, the author has a whole series, 28 to be exact up to 2011 when this one was written. How'd I miss these delightful novels all these years is a mystery to me?

Jeffries Forges Ahead CHAPTER 8 Wiggins knocked softly on the door to the servants’ entrance of 3 Wallington Square hite shirt

Jeffries Forges Ahead CHAPTER 8 Wiggins knocked softly on the door to the servants’ entrance of 3 Wallington Square hite shirt. After spending half the night thinking about how to have a word with Emma Carr, he’d come up with what he considered a very ingenious plan. He’d also timed his visit very carefully so that he could avoid any encounters with the master or mistress of the house. He’d hung about the square for a bit when he arrived and seen them both leave.

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Margaret Starling wasn't the sort of woman anyone expected to be murdered

Margaret Starling wasn't the sort of woman anyone expected to be murdered. She was on the advisory board of the London Angel Alms Society, she was an active member of St. Peter's Church, and, best of all, she was always willing to lend a hand to a friend or a neighbor in need of advice. She was also a wealthy upper-class widow

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Jeffries Forges Ahead" is another delightful entry in Emily Brightwell's "The Inspector and Mrs.

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.

Arlette Montrose Banfield angered many marriageable women when she snagged the handsome Lewis Banfield-but were they angry enough to poison her? Mrs. Jeffries doesn't mind getting her hands dirty to uncover the greed behind her murder.
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Shistus
Mrs. Jeffries is the housekeeper for Inspector Witherspoon who works for Scotland Yard. The series takes place in Victorian England. Without his knowledge, Mrs. Jeffries and the household (along with some other friends) help to gather clues to help their Inspector solve homicides.

This is a wonderful series. There are over 30 books now in the series. I have read each one at least 4 times. Usually when a series goes for so long the books start loosing something, but NOT with the Mrs. Jeffries series. Each book is just as strong and enjoyable as the previous one, and this book is no exception. This book is #28 in the series. The books are very well written and an easy read. Ms. Brightwell does an excellent job of describing things without being wordy. Very enjoyable series
Jerdodov
Inspector Gerald Witherspoon seems to always get tough murder cases and his latest case is no different - Arlette Montrose Banfield was killed with poison at a dinner party in front of hundreds of guests. There are plenty of suspects for Witherspoon and Constable Barnes to deal with - luckily for Witherspoon his household staff and close friends are there to help him (even if he doesn't know it). Mrs. Jeffries and gang are excited to have another case to work on - but will new maid Phyllis spoil the whole thing?

"Mrs. Jeffries Forges Ahead" is another delightful entry in Emily Brightwell's "The Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries" cozy mystery series set in Victorian England. Although this is the 28th book in the series, Brightwell continues to find ways to keep the series fresh - in this book it is the addition of Phyllis. Phyllis's desire to do the right thing in order to not lose her job is very believable as is the fear of Mrs. Jeffries and staff that Inspector Witherspoon will finally realize what they are doing. The household staff and Luty, Hatchet, and Ruth are old friends to readers now and it is nice to have a new character shake things up. What I like so much about the series is the way Witherspoon really cares about his household staff - he thinks of them as family (I loved the way he referred to "Our Betsy" being pregnant). Ruth plays a major part in solving the mystery and it was nice to see so much of her in the book. As always, Brightwell alternates between showing readers Witherspoon and Barnes in action questioning suspects and his household staff investigating the case and she cleverly links all the evidence and clues together. The mystery is well plotted with plenty of suspects and readers will keep guessing until the very end who the killer is. The motive for the murder is truly one of the saddest I've come across in a cozy mystery.

"Mrs. Jeffries Forges Ahead" is another great entry in Emily Brightwell's "The Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries" cozy mystery series.
MeGa_NunC
I was starting to lose interest in this series - the last few books were a bit dull & cheesy. But this book: Awesome! The best part is that you do not have to read the entire series (unless you want to) to understand what is going on. This book was extremely well written & I really enjoyed it! Can't wait for the next one!
Hap
Enjoyed this book as much as I have enjoyed all the others in the Mrs. 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!!!
post_name
A TIMELSS CLASSIC, IT WAS A GOOD MYSTERY, RIVETING READ AND IT SHOWS DESPITE THE PASSAGE OF TIME THE BEHAVIOUR OF PEOPLE REMAINS THE SAME
Cashoutmaster
The Mrs. Jeffries Mysteries are great reading if you enjoy Upstairs, Downstairs and Downton Abbey. They are set in the Victorian era and reveal the activities of the servants of the household and how they impact the peoples lives upstairs.
It is not until the end of the book that the murderer is identified.
Molace
Mrs. Jefferies is a delightful lady to follow in this series. It is amazing to realize how far we
have come in our communication technology. Historically this is very revealing in the class system and the dependance upon hired help to run a household. The author has done a wonderful job in endearing the characters to the reader.
Mrs. Jeffries Forges Ahead deserves five stars because it lives up to Emily Brightwell's reputation as an excellent mystery writer. The characters are likable, intelligent and the story line always holds the reader to the last page.

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