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If I could ever become a fictional character, I would want be Lady Julia. Not another word from either of you. Nov 06, Lynn rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was about to add it to the “Library Camijo pile, when, for some reason, my curiosity stirred. For some reason, I thought this would be more of a romance, but it was definitely more mystery novel. I was so grateful that Deanna Raybourn did not sugar-coat this aspect of their marriage.
Also, I did read this one straight after the three previous books, and often reading a series in bulk can be a bit like eating too many champagne truffles – fabulous but a bit nauseating.
But Father settled on this fellow from the Hebrides, Auld Lachy. The description of life and work on the plantation, and Darjeeilng life in general, were as authentic as an amateur theatrical backdrop.
It is so soothing to have an author consistently come through for you.
Carole Ahh yes, from England to India, but weren’t the Brisbanes already in the eastern Mediterranean? The same old characters going through the same old motions. Deanna Raybourn has mastered the art of keeping the characters true to themselves while still allowing them to grow.
It boils down darjeelihg – she is not trained to be a detective and he wants to keep her safe v. He had been ordered by our father, the Earl March, to accompany his sisters to India, and the experience had proven less than pleasant thus far.
I mean, you can’t really expect realism from this series. Julia to her credit, just keeps pushing harder.
Parce que si ce tome fleure l’exotisme, les histoires qu’il raconte ne sont pas joyeuses I ocuulto also just order you to stay away from anything dangerous, and you should trust me,” followed by annoyance when x that doesn’t happen. It is full of interestig places and people, and I loved the introductions to the chapters by Rabindranath Tagore, whose poetry I studied way back in the dark ages when I took an elective while working on my Masters Degree.
Dark Road to Darjeeling
Again, an incredibly entertaining book in this series. I already have the next! Want to Read saving…. I found it less annoying than I remember finding the previous one. Wonderful hero and heroine and I highly recommend these books.
The ending of Cmino on the Moor promised a welcome escape from the increasingly tedious members of the March family and their servants.
And you will not make the journey alone. Sep 27, obsessedwithbooks rated it really liked it Shelves: Father loved nothing better than tinkering with his country estate, although his devotion to the place was such that darjeling refused to modernise the Abbey with anything approaching suitable plumbing or electricity. Although the lush and exotic setting is immersive, the mystery leaves much to be desired.
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I just love this series. The two March siblings are come to convince Julia and Brisbane to follow them to Darjeeling, where Portia’s former partner Jane is in much distress.
Having enjoyed a relaxing and calm honeymoon together for the last eight months, Lady Julia and Brisbane are unexpectedly brought back to the real world with the sudden arrival of Julia’s sister Portia and brother Plum.
The rich and fragrant Indian setting formed an exquisite underpinning for the disturbing and dark deeds that darjeeliing place at the foot of the majestic Himalayas.
So, this ovulto takes us to India and a tea plantation. I probably guessed WhoDunnit a bit sooner than in the other books, but, honestly, it didn’t dull my enjoyment of the book one little bit.