Murder at Feathers & Flair
Espionage, intrigue . . . murder . . .
It's 1924 and war widow fashionista Ginger Gold's new Regent Street dress shop,Feathers & Flair, is the talk of the London fashion district attracting aristocrats from Paris to Berlin to Moscow.
Ginger is offered her first job as a private detective when her sister-in-law’s stage actor friend goes missing, and though the dress...more
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Ginger Gold's dress shop Feathers & Flair is finally about to open. She is holding an invitation only preview of her exclusive custom order gowns, but won't be upset if any of the ladies want to peek upstairs at the *gasp* ready made gowns *gasp*. She has her hands full with the opening but when her young sister-in-law Felicia asks Ginger to solve the mystery of Felicia's missing actor friend, Angus Green, Ginger reluctantly agrees. She puts her investigation on the back burner ...more
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Book four in a fantastic period cozy mystery series set in 1924 is a fast paced, fun read! The author is precise in her descriptions of the time throughout the book. She is so descriptive that as I read I can visualize not only the clothing she describes in detail, but the story creates a movie in my mind! Ginger Gold, (Lady Gold), loves fashion and opened a high end dress shop, ...more
Ginger's sister-in-law, Felicia, has caught the acting bug when one of her fellow actors, Angus Green, inexplicably goes missing. Ginger had just started trying to find out what happened to him when she puts ...more
I’m not a big fan of cozy mysteries, but this one turned out to be good. The characters were interesting and the story was good. The one thing I didn’t care for was to much description of what everyone was wearing. It made those parts of the story drag.
I loved getting to know Ginger Gold, a 1920’s modern woman. She is ...more
My reviews of the first three in the series concentrated on some of the errors in the “Britishness” of the books. This one I read pre-publication, and before final corrections, so, in fairness, I will focus this time on the plot and characters.
We continue to learn more about Ginger and Basil, although there is a bit of a pause in the building of their relationship. Haley now has a chance of some romantic interest and there is a new friendship for Ginger.
Ginger Gold is one of the most charming characters in literature today. I always feel like I am reconnecting with an old friend when reading a new book. Other ...more
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I thoroughly enjoy reading about the exploits of Ginger, Haley, Basil and the rest of the cast of characters. They are all so unique and richly drawn. I enjoy all the texture in these stories as well. The descriptions of people, places and things is so well done I often feel as though I am there with them. In this book, the mystery seems as though it will never be solved until the killer makes a mistake and Ginger puts it all together. The bit of romance in this book gets ...more
There were some great strained relationships portrayed in this book, adding more drama to the situation involving yet another murder that Ginger must get to the bottom of. Her and Basil both struggled with their feelings and are stuck in difficult positions for now. I'm hoping this is the excuse for why Ginger missed entirely obvious clues for recognizing who the murderer was, especially shortly after talking about ...more
I'd not read any of the earlier ones though the ship one sounds familiar, but the characters were well drawn, the snooty dowager, the flighty sister-in-law, the worthy cleric, the young thing trying to make her way through medical school and the detective though he seemed to have less character than the rest. Then our heroine, a business woman who once worked for the secret service, Ginger owns a dress shop which has both handmade and factory made clothes at a gala event a ...more
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You'll adore Lady Gold from the acclaimed Ginger Gold Mysteries series, and the spin of series, Higgins & Hawke.
Look for the connected 1950s era ROSA REED MYSTERIES!
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