Dangerous Sea (Lord Edward Corinth & Verity Browne, #4)
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Dangerous Sea (Lord Edward Corinth & Verity Browne #4)

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  57 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Optioned by Columbia for a major motion picture, this new who-dunit continues the popular series. It features one of the most perfectly mismatched pairs of sleuths in British mystery fiction: the aristocratic Lord Edward Corinth and left-wing journalist Verity Browne. In a lively new adventure, Verity finds herself, despite her communist sympathies, traveling in a first-cl...more
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published November 5th 2003 by Carroll & Graf
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Vicki
I should really have started with the first book in the series, but I couldn't find it at the library and this looked interesting. I mostly liked this book, but I found the writing of the main female character to be annoyingly capricious. Also, the mystery was a bit too loosely plotted. Not sure if I will read more of this series.
Lauren
Roberts is trying to create a detective pair like Sayers' Lord Peter and Harriet Vane, but fails. The book is too novelish to be a good mystery. There is also random premarital sex and the whole book is seeped in pseudo-historical social commentary.
Mary Newcomb
A relaxing sea voyage on the Queen Mary? Hardly! Lord Edward and Verity get tangled up in two murders and several other types of intrigue (as well as each other).

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Set in 1937 and featuring Lord Edward Corinth & Verity Brown. Appears to be an attempt at re-creating Lord Peter Wimsey. Predictable. Not a success.
Mary G.
A very good ready that reminds the reader of the Golden Age of mysteries.
Cori Sherman North
Wanted to like the characters more, but most of them pretty flat...
Kathleen Freeman
Overall I enjoyed this book, it was a quick easy read.
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David Roberts was an editor at Chatto and Windus, editorial director at Weidenfeld & Nicolson and a partner of Michael O'Mara Books, before becoming a full-time writer in 2000.

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