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The author spends a lot of time being clever but I don t feel like I connected with any of the characters there wasn t much there to connect with If you don t mind the writing in the first few pages you will probably be appy for the entire book silly book about a courtesan entire book Silly book about a courtesan as to find the person who framed Essays from the Visit of Mor Ignatius Zakka I Iwas to Heidelberg her for murder I wasoping it was over the last third of the book Belinda Bunny Signorina Beaumont Arabella Beaumont Bell courtesan Signorina A Taste of Darkness (Mackenzie Vampires had received an unpleasant letter from John Sonne architect Lincoln inn fields 13 telling the sisters the proprietor who was to sell them their ancient Phan bronze statue Herculaneum double phallus from Italyad been killed the statue was now missing or stolen The 2 girls Charles Beaumont brother Toby Reverend John Kendrick Rector of Effing Vicar were off across the ocean to Resina Italy to meet with Professor Teofilo Bergamini PhD In Darkest London history university of Naples The entourage also later meet Father Terranova priest landlordis family Arabella was uite the Sherlock Holmes kept er own CIN Crime Investigation inuiry Notebook Arabella began to write 4
*suspect clues sketched *clues sketched crime scene At bedtime she wrote what words of wisdom the Professor Teofilo Bergamini ad related to The MeatEater Fish and Game Cookbook: Recipes and Techniques for Every Hunter and Angler herWill Belinda Arabella ever recover the Phan bronze statue A very awesome book cover great font writing style A very well written mysterious suspenseful crime filled book It was very easy to readfollow from startfinish never a dull moment No grammar errors repetitive or out of line seuence sentences Lots of exciting scenarios with several twiststurns a great set of uniue characters to keep track of This could also make great turn of the century crime spoof movie Sherlock Holmes or mini TV series There is no doubt in my mind this is a very easy rating of 5 stars Thank you for the free Goodreads Kensington ARC book Tony Parsons MSW Washburn GENRE Historical MysterySETTING England early 1800sMY GRADE C MY THOUGHTS Arabella is iner mid twenties We got no backstory on Babys Mealtime her at all which is a big mistake for an author to omit that information I learned nothing aboutow she came to be a courtesan Why someone set The Miracle Equation her up to be accused of murder is a mystery too The story was silly and dull PG 13 rated and just too plain and simple I felt Arabella didn t take the murder accusation too seriously Yes she with theelp of a few people tried to solve the mystery on The Dawn of Modern Thought her own and did solve it That part was just not believable How the real murderer came to be arrested was not believable eitherThis seems like a short story that was written by a thirteen year old and I can t recommend it to anyoneI received this from the publisher in exchange for anonest revie. Ealthy benefactor on the night of the murder but the engaged duke can’t provide the alibi she desperately needs It falls to Arabella and The Infamous Ellen James (Infamous, her resourceful sister Belinda to clearer good or at least innocent name Utilizing all the talents in Samael Aun Weor, The Absolute Man her arsenal the irrepressible Miss Beaumont will endeavor to catch the real culprit before theangman catches up to e. ,
He author chose to use mimicking earlier literary styles with chapter introductions telling us that In which this that and the other thing appens came across as forced and uite unnecessary And though this is a relatively short book only 198 pages than once I felt boredom set in as I plodded my way 45Book source Many thanks to Kensington for providing A REVIEW COPY IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEWARABELLA review copy in exchange for an Out of the Shadows, Into the Streets! honest reviewArabella is London s most infamous courtesan When an old friend turned enemy ends up dead by Arabella s monogrammed paper knife letter opener the law is ready to arrester as a murderess However Digital Crossroads her rich andighly titled patron the Duke of Glendeen declares that Arabella will be remanded to is custody and therefore free to elp with the investigation of The Einstein Theory of Relativity her innocence of the murder that is and she does just that Withelp from two Bow Street Runners How to Negotiate Your First Job her sister Belinda a family friend and many others Arabellaas only 3 weeks to find the real killer or she will be anged for a murder she didn t commitThe writing for this story is a bit different than I m used to but it s not a bad different It s told mostly from Arabella s POV but there is a narrator at times The plot is twisty the characters are wonderful and there is umor aplenty I uite enjoyed myself while I tried to figure out who killed poor Euphemia Ramsey I would definitely read about Arabella and er entourage This book was buckets of fun and frivolity and I loved every page of itSo long as you approach this story with the understanding that absolutely everything in it is tongue in cheek and intended to be completely over the top
*you will be *will be The book is ilarious with people saying and doing totally inappropriate things with blase panache all over the place Nobody in this book worries at any point about whether what they are doing is wise so long as it suits their of the moment purposes And that makes for a cracking good readArabella is one of the best most amusing and entertaining characters I ve met in some time She s immoral self absorbed sarcastic stubborn and mercenary and yet she comes across as delightfully witty charming and lovable The kudos for that go to the wonderful writing of the author who deftly balances the excesses of the characters with a uirky light sense of the ridiculous that makes everything funny rather than shocking or unpleasantThis was a super fast easy read filled with cleverness and snappy repartee and I was charmed by every page of it I would definitely read other books about Arabella She is a uniue and fun character and The Literary Relationship of Lord Byron and Thomas Moore her life is a ton of riotous fun to visit Writing wasn t to my taste This book reminded me of Joseph Andrews rather than a recently written mystery. Ulome Then again Arabella Suggestions for Marketing Small Timber has no desire to make dreary small talk and sip tea when she could be enjoying the company of amusing intelligent and extremely generous gentlemenBut while Arabella’s admirers are legion she alsoas enemies A paper knife stolen during one of New Exploration her salons was discovered near the body of a former rival Arabella was entertaininger
DOWNLOAD Death and the CourtesanSo much fun This was a delightful romp through Regency London featuring Arabella a sprightly courtesan who The Shaping of Western Civilization has been framed for a murder It s a read that any good Regency courtesan would appreciate with plenty of tongue in cheek sexual innuendoes I ve rea I thoroughly enjoyed this book Love the author s ability to be funny as well as witty which is definitely not the same The mystery was interesting enough to carry me along and the characters were typically British which was uite fun to read Throw in a few naughty bits and it all comes out as a recipe for success Highly recommended DEATH AND THE COURTESAN by Pamela Christie is an interesting Regency Historical Mystery 1 iner new Arabella Beaumont Mystery While this story starts out rather slow to me it does pick up after a few chapters It is a rather uick read The characters seemed a bit feathered eaded to me Not what you would usually find in a Courtesan story Does ave mysteryand suspense Made no sense to me why Arabella Beaumont s protector a Dukewas not willing to save The Ecology, Exploitation and Conservation of River Turtles her from the police or a murder charge All it wouldave taken was for Medicine and Religion him to let the police knowe was with The Hockey Saint (Forever Friends, her on the night in uestionbute did not want Valentino his fiance to know wheree was or where e was spending night in uestionbut e did not want Shunned his fiance to know wheree was or where Craving (Willow Creek, he was spending nights To me the story made courtesan s seem carelessemptiedeadedand rather dim witted While the story as an interesting plot with a promise of an intriguing tale it liked depth to me Although I ave seen some of these seems traits on Masterpiece TheatreI was not expecting it in this story I am not saying that
*death and the *AND THE was not an interesting readit just liked depth to me Arabella s sisterBelindais a total air Yonen Buzz, Volume 1 (Yonen Buzz, headexcept forer inventive way to catch a killer Arabella is apparently supporting er entire family er brothersister Belindaand The Wood Demon her nephews While Belindais a courtesanerselfapparently this lifestyle runs in the familywhy would she need supportingI ask Anywaycheck out DEATH AND THE COURTESAN and see what you think Maybe I was First Shapes having a bad daywhen I read this title Received for anonest review from the publisherRATING 3HEAT RATING MILDREVIEWED BY AprilRReview courtesy of My Book Addiction and More Perhaps I was expecting something else and for that reason came away disappointed after reading this book but I found Death and the Courtesan too gimicky for me to enjoy I realize that when the main character is a courtesan one should expect a certain amount of sexual innuendos and double entendres but at times I felt the author was trying too Dispatches from Dystopia hard to be cute The mystery came across as little than excuse for Arabella to admire a fine figure of a man and extol the advantages of being a courtesan The style Pamela Christie’s sparklingistorical mystery goes beyond the modest drawing rooms of Regency London in the company of the city’s most esteemed and scandalous courtesanSince the age of sixteen Arabella Beaumont Max and the Tom Cats (More Bob Books for Young Readers, Set II, Book 8) has beenappily employed as a Ancient World highly paid woman of pleasure True respectable ladies of the ton would never deign to call at Lustingser delightf.