Gower Street, 1883: March Middleton is the niece of London's greatest (and most curmudgeonly) personal detective, Sidney Grice. March has just discovered a wealthy long-lost relative she never knew she had. When this newest family member meets with a horrible death, March is in the frame for murder, and only Sidney Grice can prove her innocence.
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"Funny, fresh and sharply plotted...starring a detective duo to rival Holmes and Watson." (Goodreads)
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"another great book"
The series continues to get better and better. This author really puts together characters that both make you smile and tear your hair out in frustration. I can not recommend this book and the rest of the series enough.
"Great story, masterful narration!"
This is the third of the Gower Street Series, equally perplexing and wonderfully narrated by Emma Gregory.
Fantastic story, great performance, this series of books never fails to thrill. A well deserved rating of 5 stars across the board.
great to have less than perfect /beautiful protagonists. a plot full of twists and turns, one box within another...eventually dragging me in. somewhat less humour than in earlier books. would. happily.listen to further adventures of Grice and March....have they been written yet.
I did not realise this was the third book in the series but it was a story complete on its own. A qwerty mystery and quite entertaining if a little gruesome in places
"riveting from start to finish"
Excellent narration and a story that both intrigues and amuses. Sidney Grice at his finest
I will. I enjoyed it first time through,and will listen again after a week or so and doubtless find bits I'd missed first time.
This is such a good series,very different.It's easy to suspend disbelief and get caught up in the unlikely characters and events.
"Better and better"
Yes great fun and clever
This is the third book and I look forward to more. If you love the Bryant and May series you'll love these. Crime, humour, wonderful characters and fantastic narration set in the Victorian period.
No spoilers! But these books certainly bring the era alive.
Laugh out load on numorous occasions. And joy these books are pure joy.
More please! A book I listened to at every occasion. I can't complement Emma Gregory enough, each character is so distinctive, male and female.
"intriguing yet again"
A fabulous read yet again. Thank you for this one, well written and scientifically accurate
"Conan Doyle with a sense of humour!"
Its a good one -lots of action, interest, a good pace,and delightfully interpreted by the reader
Events from the viewpoint of Sidney Grice, very caustic but so much fun
All of it. All the characters were great. I probably liked her being Molly best.
Lunatics are mad
Worth a listen. I have listened to all three books available so far, they are all good, this is the best.
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