[KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody


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    Free download ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ç Frances Brody [KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody Death in the Stars is the third book I have read in the series and now I feel that I've gotten to know the main characters pretty wel

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    Free download ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ç Frances Brody [KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody 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

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    [KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody 3 stars for mystery5 stars for historical detailIt's autumn 1927 and Kate Shackleton is surprised to be invited to an eclipse viewin

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    [KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody Frances Brody ç 9 review Free read Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) I adore Frances Brody's Kate Shackleton series and am always looking toward the new release Death at the Stars is

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    Frances Brody ç 9 review Free download ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ç Frances Brody [KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody Mystery set during the solar eclipse of the 1920s when it was even on an event and a magical situation when people thought i

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    Free read Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) Frances Brody ç 9 review [KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody 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 Fel

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    [KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody This was a nice cozy mystery I enjoyed the story although it never really ‘grabbed’ me I think my problem w

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    [KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody Frances Brody ç 9 review 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

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    [KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody Set at the time of the solar eclipse in 1927 with a cast of variety hall entertainers we are treated to a splendid mystery of the death of one of their number Coming close on the tails of two other accidents Kate Shackleton has the job of unravelling the truthThis is only the second of the Kate Shackleton series I’ve read this episode being number nine in the series but so well drawn are the key characters that I fe

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    Free download ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ç Frances Brody [KINDLE] Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) by Frances Brody Frances Brody ç 9 review Kate Shackelton has a new mystery to solve this time in the theatre world As you may know there's always a lot of competitiveness in all the jobs but is it worth a killing? Let Kate seduce you in this mysteryThis is a delightful read full of suspense and lovely characters that will keep you intrigued till the last page Kate Shackelton is o

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Free read Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9)

Download ↠ Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Free download ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ç Frances Brody Frances Brody ç 9 review 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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Download ↠ Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Free download ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ç Frances Brody Frances Brody ç 9 review 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. Set at the time of the solar eclipse in 1927 with a cast of variety hall entertainers we are treated to a splendid mystery of the death of one of their number Coming close on the tails of two other accidents Kate Shackleton has the job of unravelling the truthThis is only the second of the Kate Shackleton series I ve read this episode being number nine in the series but so well drawn are the key characters that I feel I already know them well Kate is a business like as usual ably supported by former policeman Jim Sykes and her housekeeper cum investigator Mrs Sugden Kate is ahead of her times in running her own PI business but not so far out of it that she comes across as unrealistic there is no doubting that we are in the 1920sWith show business being the backdrop to this novel we are treated to fabulous singers ventrilouists dancers comics and acrobats all performing under the watchful eye of Trotter Brockett the man in charge of the whole shebang Being of a cautious nature when Selina the star of the show is invited to watch the eclipse at Giggleswick School in Yorkshire he gives his permission on the proviso that she is back in time for a rest before the evening show Selina invites her co entertainer Billy Moffatt to accompany her and asks Kate to arrange transport by helicopter no less Selina is from an Italian family who are big in the ice cream business and is a fantastic singer drawing crowds to the kind of show that is beginning to feel the threat of the moving picture especially as rumours about that soon the pictures will be accompanied by sound Anyway the helicopter ride to Giggleswick is to follow a party at Selina s house which is full of showbiz glamour and the trio joined by journalist who are attending to write a piece and to take pictures of the momentous occasion set off Sadly tragedy strikes and Kate is employed to find out what happened and of course whyAlthough this is definitely at the cosy end of the crime fiction genre it isn t all lightness jokes and fluff The historical details set this apart with an appearance in this book of soldiers who fought in WWI and the injuries physical and mental that they returned with Fear not there is a solid mystery complete with the obligatory red herrings to keep the reader entertained as Kate turns down blind alleys in a bid to find out if the suspicious death that occurred on her watch was murder or notWith than a nod to the Golden Age writers the ending is spot on in its execution with all the panache you d expect from a showbiz tale which gave this reader no end of satisfaction even though for once I d worked out or luckily guessed which of the many colourful characters should be in the hot seat for thorough uestioning

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Download ↠ Death in the Stars (Kate Shackleton Mysteries Book 9) ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Free download ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ç Frances Brody Frances Brody ç 9 review 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. I adore Frances Brody s Kate Shackleton series and am always looking toward the new release Death at the Stars is already the 9th book in the series however it can easily be read as a stand alone and it is also the perfect book to start the series if you haven t read the previous books yetThis book is written in the same gentle way that Frances Brody has got me used to The narration is engaging and rich and the author tangled and muddled the facts in such a clever way adding tips but also complicating things and I found myself suspecting every single character in the book and I think it is a sign of a great author to be able to complicate the things but not overdo them to throw red herrings at the right space and in the right moments and as a result we got a very decent cosy murder mysteryThis time the fate takes Kate Shackleton to dressing rooms and theatre performances and guys I loved the descriptions of all of this The author has again brought the 1920 s London and Yorkshire to life and brilliantly captured the atmosphere of those times Those glimpses into the theatre life the different acts and performances into the lives of the artists in the roaring 1920 s were brilliant Kate Shackleton is as always ahead of her times She s clever intelligent and she knows what uestions to ask and where to look Of course we couldn t have missed her helping hands Mrs Sugden and Jim Sykes and it was such a great comfortable feeling to be in their company again The way Kate investigates is adorable She s thorough she is able to see all the necessary details that can help her and it really wasn t just until the very end that I realised who the villain is the author has really well played with my mindEven though this time this novel has missed on this Frances Brody s hallmark sparkle this lovely and hooking Kate Shackleton s feeling yup In my opinion it was a little on the flat side this time please don t get me wrong basically everything was fair enough with this story all the right uestions were asked the investigation was interesting and full of surprises but there was something that just didn t sit with me so much I still enjoyed it What bothered me a little was the great number of characters I was never sure if they re going to be significant very significant or not significant at allAltogether Death in the Stars was a charming story just as all the others in the series that I had pleasure to read It is glamorous it is cosy and it is clever and gentle The mystery is masterfully written and the story itself is full of surprises and turns and this is this kind of book that you can read anytime no matter what mood you re in or what s the weather I am already looking forward Kate s new adventuresCopy provided by the publisher in return for an honest review

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