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Silent in the Grave LET THE WICKED BE ASHAMED AND LET THEM BE SILENT IN THE GRAVEThese ominous words slashed from the pages of a book of Psalms are the last threat that the darling of London society Sir Edward Grey receives from his killer Before he can show them to Nicholas Brisbane the private inuiry agent he has retained for his protection Sir Edward collapses and dies at his London home in the presence of his wife Julia and a roomful of dinner guests Prepared to accept that Edward's death was due to a long standing physical infirmity Julia is outraged when Brisbane visits and suggests that Sir Edward has been murdered It is a reaction she comes to regret when she discovers the damning paper for herself and realizes the truth Determined to bring her husband's murderer to justice Julia engages the enigmatic Brisbane to help her investigate Edward's demise Dismissing his warnings that the investigation will be difficult if not impossible Julia presses forward following a trail of clues that lead her to even unpleasant truths and ever closer to a killer who waits expectantly for her arrival



10 thoughts on “Silent in the Grave

  1. says:

    Obviously this book has far admirers then detractors if the ratings are any indication but I'm damned if I know why As far as I can analyse you might like this book if you enjoy1 A surly and charmless hero masuerading as a grade C Sherlock Holmes clone2 Forced chemistry or rather no chemistry between said surlycharmless hero and an eually


  2. says:

    199 Kindle sale July 10 2020 Victorian era murder mystery Lady Julia Grey is the young widow of Sir Edward who collapses at a dinner party and soon dies despite the best efforts of the doctor and Nicholas Brisbane a dark and mysterious private investigator who had been hired by Edward because of some threats he'd received Lady JuliaBrisbane info


  3. says:

    Apparently it's now necessary to pre emptively address holier than thou trolls who conveniently leave out important words in uoting my own text back at me as they're scolding me for my apparent lack of judgment or those who leave criticisms in their own reviews of this oneI don't know whether it's a lack of comprehension skills or just willful misrea


  4. says:

    Nope Just nope


  5. says:

    Everybody loves a good international man of mystery but private enuiry agent Nicholas Brisbane is Just Too Much he's a prizefighter he's a violin virtuoso he's a duke's grandnephew he's a half blood Rom AND a psychic and a floor wax and a dessert topping Lady Julia Grey although at times stupid and inconsistent is a interesting character because she's believ


  6. says:

    Finding Silent in the Grave turned out to be one of those beautiful stumbling across the perfect book to fit your mood moments Here I am staring down the barrel of this pregnancy willing the last few days to pass faster and this absolutely delightful Victorian mystery proves just the thing to take my mind off the all too slowly ticking clock Even better it's the fi


  7. says:

    The Lady Julia Grey series is one of my favorites series ever It's one of those that jumped out with the first line and grabbed me in To say that I met Nicholas Brisbane over my husband’s dead body is not entirely accurate Edward it should be noted was still twitching upon the floor From that line onward I was completely besotted with it I was a bit nervous for this r


  8. says:

    This is a reread I read the first Veronica Speedwell book a while ago now and really enjoyed it When I went to review it I realised I had already read and rated two of these books with Lady Julia Grey but I didn't remember doing so at all I was halfway through the reread before the story started to come back to me and that was uite telling in itselfthis story is ok but a bit


  9. says:

    The first half of this book is readable enough a nice opening chapter in particular although Lady Julia is written as a modern woman stuffed into a corset and plopped down in Victorian London where she bemoans racism and classism and is totally cool with her sister's lesbian relationshipThe writing is good for a first novel if perhaps a bit awkward and repetitive in places I did


  10. says:

    This is our pick for this month's Vaginal Fantasy Hangout Read along and then watch on Feb 27th 8pm PST THATS MONDAY THE LAST MONDAY OF THE MONTH


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