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Friday, February 6, 2015

Death at the Manor by Celina Grace

I came across Death at the Manor (No. 1 in the Asharton Manor series) on Amazon (currently free). Celina Grace writes an interesting story in her novella told from a kitchen maid's point of view. The setting is 1920s England where the staff at the manor house are taught to neither hear nor see anything that transpires among their employers, but Joan Hart quickly discovers that there is something going on in the manor house that she can't turn a blind eye to and she begins her own investigation.

At 20,000 words this was a quick read and kept me engrossed from beginning to end. I can't wait to read more in this series.


3 comments:

Joanne said...

as you said, stories are getting shorter, but if they are good then that is a plus

Frieda Cooper said...

Sounds like an interesting story line...and the price is right. Thanks for letting us know about this Ann.

K9friend said...

This does sound interesting...and only 20,000 words? Wow!

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