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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Face Down Beneath the Eleanor Cross (#4 in the series)


by Kathy Lynn Emerson (read May 2006)
Some interesting twists and turns in this installment. Lady Susanna Appleton must defend herself agains charges of murder. To escape being burned at the stake, she interviews 3 of her husband's mistresses in search of clues to the identity of the real murderer. Emerson brings a real sense of the Elizabethian time period in addition to providing a satisfying mystery.

3 comments:

Myke said...

If only these were on tape so I could sqeeze them in. They sound so fun.

Lotus Reads said...

I was thinking the same thing - these books would be great to listen to as I go about my work!

jenclair said...

I've enjoyed several from this series.