Murder on the Moors

Murder on the Moors

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, historical-mystery-set-in-1920s-30s, 1920-s, Historical, Mystery

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Title:Murder on the Moors
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    Murder on the Moors Reviews

  • Dolly Macfarlane

    Dodo Does it AgainMysteries in the 1920’s are especially interesting with the clothes, manners, and expected behavior. Add a good mystery and delightful characters, you are sorry when the book is ov...

  • Angela Bray

    OkDodo needs someone to vet her choices in men. The available, suitable men are of no interest to her. She obviously likes a challenge but she should stick to solving mysteries. That said this particu...

  • Danielle

    Many twistsI totally enjoyed this next installment in the series. Dodo is always clever, but I feel the character has grown even more....

  • Amanda Jane

    Familiar plot..A group of people.. stuck in an isolated house.. first one disappears in the fog leaving a hat on the cliff and a scarf in the water below.. then another is murdered.. The group of peop...

  • Vintagebooklvr

    A solid mystery. Dodo is suffering from heartache but she isn't completely devastated. I glad that she doesn't fall in love instantly again or just languish when the police detective rebuffs her but i...

  • Nadine Gardner

    Totally enchanting!Mystery, hints of romance, murder and mayhem.Ms Ann Sutton makes a cosy mystery so very enjoyable! Really good read....

  • Maria Thomas

    First, let me say that this is becoming one of my favorite tropes. A cozy mystery set in 1920's England. This is my first mystery by Ann Sutton and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Interesting characters and ...

  • Sue Diamond

    Interesting plots and twists!Although I figured out the murderer long before "the shed" and why ...the journey was pleasant and interesting. Being set on the moors was lovely. I like the relationship ...

  • Doreen

    Entertaining!This series visits life among the upper levels of society shortly after World War I. Dodo dabbles in solving mysteries, often irritating the police. This was like an Agatha Christie novel...

  • Marie Shirley Griffin

    FairI have been reading the series because quite frankly I'm waiting for my favorite authors to realise their latest book.This series is fair, the characters are rather two dimensional. The mysteries ...