The Perfect Daughter (Nell Bray #9)
Historical mysteries really aren't a favourite of mine so I'm really surprised to find that I'm adoring this series.
At the beginning of this book I was a little thrown by the setting. I have only read this book's immediate predecessor in this series and that book was set in 1918 in the aftermath of the first world war. This next book in the series is somehow set in the time immediately preceding the war. Linscott soon orientated me in history and now I find I really don't care what she does with...more
I think these books are comparable to the Maisie Dobbs series. And actually, I enjoyed this much more than both of the Maisie Dobbs books I have read. It had much more humour and Nell Bray seems more human. Perhaps that had something to do with the fact she's an unofficial ...more
Linscott has also published several titles under the pseudonym Caro Peacock.