A Murderous Affair in Mayfair

A Murderous Affair in Mayfair

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historical, , 1920s, Mystery, Historical

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Title:A Murderous Affair in Mayfair
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    A Murderous Affair in Mayfair Reviews

  • Tony Hisgett

    A decent story, although there were quite a lot of things that were going on, that were never resolved. Also I wish Eleanor wouldn’t just suddenly solve the murders right at the end.(view spoiler)[ ...

  • QNPoohBear

    Eleanor wakes up from a bout of food poisoning which caused her to miss Cecily Pargeter's birthday/engagement party to a phone call from her friend Ann with the juicy gossip of the night before. There...

  • MS PAMELA A GOLDING

    I have been enjoying this crime-solving series , the central character and her maid moving from amateur sleuths into the professional sphere, solving crimes amongst the privileged set, and working wit...

  • Claire

    Another mystery featuring the private enquiry agent, otherwise known as Lady Eleanor Bakewell. This time she's investigating the death of Lord Bancroft, a man who was into his horse-racing and seems t...

  • Doreen

    Interesting!I enjoy Lady Eleanor and Tilly, a crime solving duo! This book was a little slow and long, and the murdered man was despicable while the suspects were not exactly innocent of wrong doing a...

  • Christine Margaret Costello

    Glorious storytelling from 1920sLady Eleanor and Tilly are a great combination. I love the addition of the mysterious Peter from MI5 at a guess, gives the stories an edge and thoroughly enjoyable whod...

  • jules durrant

    Lady eleanorI think it's well written and it takes you back to the time it is based in you can almost imagine you are at one of the parties and even perhaps see the fashions of the day ....

  • Angela Bray

    IntriguingLady Eleanor is again caught up in a murder mystery. Her former boss and one time amour is also involved. Add in her trusted maid/friend Tilly and you have the ingredients for a fun read....

  • Sharon Dorricott

    Fantastic againBefore you read this, read the other 4, you don't need to, the book stands alone, but I believe it increases the enjoyment. Lynda is a fabulous writer and her books about Verity are my ...

  • Marya

    3.5 probably...