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[ Read Online Mrs. Malory and the Only Good Lawyer ☆ love-inspired-historical PDF ] by Hazel Holt Ú 3 1 2 stars Once again an observant reader will realize the truth of before Mrs Malory This time the ending is not abrupt but once again, Roger is left in the dark Mrs Malory looks into the possible motives for the murder of a rather unpleasant old school friend of her late husband When she discovers that three other school friends all much less unpleasant all were being blackmailed by the victim, she is faced with an ethical dilemma Should she share what she knows with Inspector Roger Eliot or protect the reputations of three men whose transgression occurred when they were just boys This is the 8th book in the Mrs Malory cozy series by Hazel Holt.
Once again this is a warm, cozy, mystery, it s a fast read and the mystery is a very good one, this time the victim is an old friends of Sheila s husband, a lawyer, who no one seems to like, including Sheila and her son, David, but who no one can seem to say no to when he makes his yearly visits to his friends.
He is a boring, somewhat demanding person, who after he dies and Sheila does some amateur investing of her own also seems to have been a thoroughly unlikable individual and definitely not like by any of his so called friends.
The mystery is interesting but what interests me the most as usual is all the goings on in the village I especially like Sheila s best friend Rosemary s mother Her gossip and knowledge of the history of quite alot of Hazel Holt s amateur sleuth, Mrs Malory, is a literary critic, sometime literary executor, and also a doer of good works in her seaside village Hazel Holt herself was a good friend and the literary executor of Barbara Pym, and her mysteries show a similar sensibility In this book, a houseguest law school classmate of the late Mr Malory is murdered during his early morning walk along the seaside His annual visit has never been eagerly anticipated, which somehow makes his death disturbing to Sheila Malory As usual, she moves through several suspects and red herrings before finally learning who the killer is Nice light reading especially for those who enjoy sardonic comments about English village life.
3 1 2 stars Once again an observant reader will realize the truth of before Mrs Malory This time the ending is not abrupt but once again, Roger is left in the dark Mrs Malory looks into the possible motives for the murder of a rather unpleasant old school friend of her late husband When she discovers that three other school friends all much less unpleasant all were being blackmailed by the victim, she is faced with an ethical dilemma Should she share what she knows with Inspector Roger Eliot or protect the reputations of three men whose transgression occurred when they were just boys This is the 8th book in the Mrs Malory cozy series by Hazel Holt.
Once again this is a warm, cozy, mystery, it s a fast read and the mystery is a very good one, this time the victim is an old friends of Sheila s husband, a lawyer, who no one seems to like, including Sheila and her son, David, but who no one can seem to say no to when he makes his yearly visits to his friends.
He is a boring, somewhat demanding person, who after he dies and Sheila does some amateur investing of her own also seems to have been a thoroughly unlikable individual and definitely not like by any of his so called friends.
The mystery is interesting but what interests me the most as usual is all the goings on in the village I especially like Sheila s best friend Rosemary s mother Her gossip and knowledge of the history of quite alot of Hazel Holt s amateur sleuth, Mrs Malory, is a literary critic, sometime literary executor, and also a doer of good works in her seaside village Hazel Holt herself was a good friend and the literary executor of Barbara Pym, and her mysteries show a similar sensibility In this book, a houseguest law school classmate of the late Mr Malory is murdered during his early morning walk along the seaside His annual visit has never been eagerly anticipated, which somehow makes his death disturbing to Sheila Malory As usual, she moves through several suspects and red herrings before finally learning who the killer is Nice light reading especially for those who enjoy sardonic comments about English village life.
Another good one With tons of visiting and gossip and what Sheila does best And Mrs Dudley doing her thing at just the wrong moment too This is the first book I m reading in order where I was certain of the deed doer straight on But that little mattered to the mix In these delightfully light of manners and strong character context novels within the English West Country, the cream is there regardless.
These books by Hazel Holt are a treat, not so heavy that you lose the will to live, and not to light, that you can t be bothered Shelia has a guest to stay, Graham Percy,an old friend of her late husbands and not a very nice man at all, but is he that bad, that somebody, has taken unto them selves to kill him or was it as the police say, a mugging Maybe not, as his wallet, still full of money and credit cards is washed up, on the shore, not far from where his body was found,,,, Ever The Proper British Matron, Hazel Holt S Delightful Sleuth, Mrs Sheila Malory, Shops At Marks And Spencer, Makes A Smashing Nursery Pudding, And Solves Murders With Equal Aplomb London Solicitor Graham Percy Has Always Been A Trial, But Mrs Malory S Kindhearted Late Husband Simply Couldn T Turn His Back On His Old Oxford Acquaintance Now Mrs Malory Has Inherited The Persnickety Bachelor Along With His Boring Stories, Chronic Complaints, And Interminable Four Day Yearly Visits To Her Home In The Scenic Seaside Town Of Taviscombe But This Year Is Different Graham Percy S Stay Is Cut Abruptly Shortwhen Someone Stabs Him Most Fatally Amazing how often people in Mrs Malory s small town blackmail each other Perhaps she is making a point that that s what small towns do to their residents And just a small gripe on my 4th Mrs Mallory it annoys me the way she waits on those animals hand and foot.
i like all of them but this one was above the norm in plot and figuring out whodunnit Great book Very satisfying ending and unexpected Loved it.



These books by Hazel Holt are a treat, not so heavy that you lose the will to live, and not to light, that you can t be bothered Shelia has a guest to stay, Graham Percy,an old friend of her late husbands and not a very nice man at all, but is he that bad, that somebody, has taken unto them selves to kill him or was it as the police say, a mugging Maybe not, as his wallet, still full of money and credit cards is washed up, on the shore, not far from where his body was found,,,, Another good one With tons of visiting and gossip and what Sheila does best And Mrs Dudley doing her thing at just the wrong moment too This is the first book I m reading in order where I was certain of the deed doer straight on But that little mattered to the mix In these delightfully light of manners and strong character context novels within the English West Country, the cream is there regardless.
Amazing how often people in Mrs Malory s small town blackmail each other Perhaps she is making a point that that s what small towns do to their residents And just a small gripe on my 4th Mrs Mallory it annoys me the way she waits on those animals hand and foot.
i like all of them but this one was above the norm in plot and figuring out whodunnit Great book Very satisfying ending and unexpected Loved it.

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