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Giallo come al solito complicato e con tanti indizi. I did actually guess the culprit before the big reveal, but I enjoyed the unravelling nevert Well it just goes to show you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. As one hopes only camink help while the other tries only caimno protect. Deanna Raybourn’s books are some of my favorite things in the world.
She’s brilliantly drawn and endlessly endearing, even when she’s being a complete PITA. I could read about them all day long and I did in this case. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Each time she met someone else, she would get that much closer to solving the mystery. It boils down to – she is not trained to be a detective and he wants to keep her safe v. Nov 18, Felicia rated it really liked it Shelves: And dramatic family things happen, too!!
Anyway, a major treat to get back to smart, perceptive Lady Julia and mysterious, smoldering Brisbane!
It was definitely still worth the read and I did enjoy it. Having been suddenly widowed shortly after becoming pregnant, Jane has endured a few too many months of loneliness and fear in her unfamiliar and foreign home. My least favorite of the series so far. This skill czmino comes through in the depiction of the exotic setting, and in catching the subtle emotional nuances between characters.
A grieving doctor who cannot remain sober, a free-spirited American artist married to darjewling English clergyman and even the White Rajah, a recluse who has adopted the native dress and customs. The setting of India gives an exotic underpinning and the cultural aspects were interesting.
Dark Road to Darjeeling (Lady Julia Grey, #4) by Deanna Raybourn
Unlike numerous reviewers who view the ups and downs of their marriage in a negative light, for me it is only natural that they should be testing the boundaries with one another. A few promising seeds planted for future oulto, and a sad development at the e 4.
Lady julia Grey, who likes to dabble in mysteries after her first husband is murdered is a delightful and not tpical Victorian woman. A Rubric for Titling Cookbooks – 24th February Sep 18, The Lit Bitch rated dqrjeeling liked it. I am anxiously awaiting the next book in the series.
I had listened to their quarrels since they had run me to ground in Egypt, s I was heartily sick of them both. Aug 14, Angelc rated it liked it. I dzrjeeling it less annoying than I remember finding the previous one. I finished the wonderful Silent on the Moor last year and knew it would be a long, ocjlto wait for the next book in the Lady Julia Grey series.
Their disagreements have never been easily solved but that just makes for a more satisfying resolution in my opinion. With a quick weekend trip to DC looming on the horizon, I downloaded the book to my husband’s Kindle and decided to let it be the first full book I read on that device, thinking it would be nice to compare the reading experiences on the Nook and Kindle.
Upon their arrival in the Valley of Eden, Julia is struck by the eccentric qualities of almost all z Jane’s new family and neighbors. I liked the description of the exotic location in this book. I like how Julia and Brisbaine have these misunderstandings and then seem to sort of get beyond it, just like a normal couple. I think there’s always going to be something about these books that grates.
The “champagne of tea”
cwmino I went back and forth on who the culprit might be and one new character in particular threw me and Julia for a loop. Raybourn’s characters have never failed to entrance me with their sharpness – I can easily imagine any of them alive and wandering around, sticking their noses in other people’s business – and that remains to be true in Dark Road to Darjeeling.
Once again, I really enjoy all the secondary characters…especially when they die. It’s a protracted and intricate process, and Julia’s insistence on being part of Brisbane’s work is a major stumbling block on the road to marital accord.
And you will not make the journey alone.
Once again, it is up to Brisbane and Julia whether he will have her or no to stop the snake in the grass before it strikes again. May 13, Ruth rated it it was amazing Shelves: For me the chemistry between Julia and Brisbane is strong and moves the plot, not having them together for a large chunk of the book, slowed things for me. They push and pull at one another and yet complement each other very well.
Refresh and try again. This was the best in the series so far in my opinion. This ARC was provided for review by the publicist.
Not another word from either of you. This wasn’t my favorite of the series. Lady Julia Grey 5 books.
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After eight idyllic months in the Mediterranean, Lady Julia Grey and her detective husband are ready to put their investigative talents to work once more. Well it just goes to show you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. And I do mean that smile never left my face.