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  • Death in the Stars
  • Frances Brody
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  • 11 March 2020
  • 9780349414317

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Death in the Stars Free read ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Yorkshire 1927 Eclipse fever grips the nation and when beloved theatre star Selina Fellini approaches trusted sleuth Kate Shackleton to accompany her to a viewing party at Giggleswick School Chapel Kate suspects an ulterior motiveDuring the eclipse Selina's friend and co star Billy Moffa. This one was slow SLOW From the first chapter I felt like I had been dropped in mid context with no back story to go on And again it almost seems as if Kate is a cardboard cut out or a Manny Piccolo as in the story without a life spark of her own I really wish Brody would relax her grip on Kate and let us see her emote a little bit She is extremely starched especially as compared to Sykes and Sugden The story is predictable in the extreme and just plodded along but I m a fan so what can I say I finished But I wasn t thrilled

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Death in the Stars Free read ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Deaths and whether there is a murderer in the companyWhen Selina's elusive husband Jarrod injured in the war and subject to violent mood swings comes back on the scene Kate begins to imagine something far deadlier at play and wonders just who will be next to pay the ultimate price for fa. I have enjoyed the previous books by this author but this one felt rushed And the part that seemed rushed was the editing Scenes seemed jumpy and the character seemed unlike she was in earlier books She seemed less thoughtful and intelligent The whole scene in the cellars was just plain odd and ended abruptly And I don t know exactly how to describe this part but I ll try The red herring character seemed like a pushpull situation Is this character guilty Or not Or yes But noMy main thought was this book wasn t nearly as smooth as the others in the series

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Death in the Stars Free read ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Tt disappears and is later found dead in the chapel grounds Kate can't help but dig deeper and soon learns that two other members of the theatre troupe died in similarly mysterious circumstances in the past year With the help of Jim Sykes and Mrs Sugden Kate sets about investigating the. After waiting so long and so impatiently for the newest Kate Shackleton mystery I was a bit disappointed There was no build up to the story so I never felt fully invested nor did I really care about any of the characters in the theater company and those connected to them There were a few references to characters from past books whom I don t remember at all one being the man that recommended Kate to Selina Fellini The other character is Inspector Wallis Marcus Charles I remember But Wallis No Where did he come from I m actually considering rereading the series in order to refresh my memory Because his character is certainly unmemorable Which is a shame since Ms Brody seems to be hinting at a possible romantic relationship between him and Kate Of course the same is true of Marcus Charles yet not a peep about him this time around Maybe next time will be a different name I can t remember Who knows Also to me Kate seemed to just be going through the motions for large chunks of the book Maybe because Ms Brody was determined to write a book about the 1927 eclipse and a Kate Shackleton mystery was merely an afterthought or if you will just frill to decorate the historic event Good points about the book Kate still retains her wit which is honed with a sarcastic edge I laughed out loud a couple of times at her thoughts And always enjoy the banter between she Sykes and Mrs Sugden I was also glad Harriet made an appearance albeit too briefly I also enjoyed the scene where Kate and Mrs Compton searched the underground tunnels I wish of the book conveyed the same sense of urgency and suspense I m hoping the next entry in the series hits the right notes because Death in the Stars fell flat for me Autopornography: A Memoir of Life in the Lust Lane (Haworth Gay Lesbian Studies) unmemorable Which is a shame since Ms Brody seems to be hinting at a possible romantic relationship between him and Kate Of course the same is true of Marcus Charles yet not a peep about him this time around Maybe next time will be a different name I can t remember Who knows Also to me Kate seemed to just be going through the motions for large chunks of the book Maybe because Ms Brody was determined to write a book about the 1927 eclipse and a Kate Shackleton mystery was merely an afterthought or if you will just frill to decorate the historic event Good points about the book Kate still retains her wit which is honed with a sarcastic edge I laughed out loud a couple of times at her thoughts And always enjoy the banter between she Sykes and Mrs Sugden I was also glad Harriet made an appearance albeit too briefly I also enjoyed the scene where Kate and Mrs Compton searched the Nguồn gốc người Việt – người Mường underground tunnels I wish of the book conveyed the same sense of Miniature Chess Problems from Many Countries urgency and suspense I m hoping the next entry in the series hits the right notes because Death in the Stars fell flat for me