The Murders at Fleat House: A compelling mystery from the author of the million-copy bestselling The Seven Sisters series

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The Murders at Fleat House: A compelling mystery from the author of the million-copy bestselling The Seven Sisters series

The Murders at Fleat House: A compelling mystery from the author of the million-copy bestselling The Seven Sisters series

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Then the disappearance of another pupil and the untimely death of the elderly classics master, further complicates the case. Isabella, Izzy, is a shitty friend for telling her best friend´s cheating ex husband where to find her without telling her that she told him, and also a shitty psychologist for excusing the cheating and telling her friend "Boys will be boys.

Charlie was killed after his epilepsy tablets were swapped with aspirin- to which he was deathly allergic to, since the entire school knew of his allergy Jazz has no shortage of suspects. To preserve Lucinda Riley’s original manuscript, when her son Harry Whittaker chose to publish The Murders at Fleat House this year, he applied the briefest of editing. At a prestigious private school in the Norfolk countryside, a six-former, Charlie Cavendish has been found dead in Fleat House. En esta novela me hubiera venido bien hacerme una lista de personajes porque no era fácil hacer conexiones mentales con tantos parentescos a la vista (y ocultos), con una herencia de por medio y con las relaciones existentes entre unos y otros en el pasado y en el presente. Best known for her epic The Seven Sisters series, Lucinda Riley is not an author you associate with crime fiction.

Fleat House is a small boarding school in Norfolk, England and the unexpected and tragic death of one of the school’s pupils raises serious questions. Since there were so many main characters in here, it hardly felt like any side characters were present, so I will mosh what would normally be my two paragraphs into one. These skills certainly serve her well in The Murders at Fleat House and make for an interesting story.

As staff at the school close ranks, the disappearance of a young pupil and the death of an elderly classics master provide Jazz with important leads, but are destined to complicate the investigation further. The plot is twisty and at one point I would have loved for there to have been a family tree or list of characters, but on reflection after finishing the book, this may have been difficult to do without giving away too many connections and spoiling the mystery. Jazz is likeable and relatable, and her ex is a total tosser who irritated me, but his presence gave Jazz the closure she needed to move to the next chapter in her life!The Murders at Fleat House is a suspenseful and utterly compelling crime novel from the author of the multi-million bestselling The Seven Sisters series, Lucinda Riley.

Reunited with her loyal sergeant, she enters the closed world of the school, and as Jazz begins to probe the circumstances surrounding Charlie Cavendish's tragic death, events are soon to take another troubling turn. I guessed relatively early who the perpetrator would turn out to be, and had worked out many of the twists - some rather painfully obvious to a crime thriller junkie like me - far ahead of our intrepid DI. Now this manuscript has been released the world as The Murders at Fleat House, a twisty police procedural mystery. Sí, sé que debes de estar poniendo los ojos en blanco y rezando a santa Cachucha en busca de la paciencia perdida que, por cierto, ande andará🤔, pero era necesario decirlo para poder gritar: ESTE LIBRO ME HA ENCANTADO😍!As Jazz must confront her personal demons, a grim discovery at the school will make this the most challenging murder investigation of her career. Until it is discovered that the Epilim pills Charlie took to control his epilepsy had been replaced by aspirin, a medication Charlie was deadly allergic to – a fact that was well known among the staff and pupils of St Stephen’s. The police procedural that shows the inquiries leading to more than one murder inside Fleat house is a ‘one thread leading to another puzzle’ type that untangles in a steady manner. Although this is a 400+ page book, I read it overnight, totally engaged in the mystery and invested in the characters. First of all, I would like to thank the family of Lucinda Riley for deciding to release this forgotten work by the author without many editions.

Many thanks to Netgalley and AuthorBuzz for the much appreciated arc which I reviewed voluntarily and honestly. Fleat House of the St Stephen’s boarding school finds itself at the center of mayhem when a child is discovered dead in his room. Tenía ganas de darle una segunda oportunidad a esta autora ya que con el primer libro que leí de ella no conseguí conectar demasiado. I think if all the other stuff would have been left out it could have been a 3,5 star or 4 star book. The Murders at Fleat House is not an adrenaline-rush thriller but at no point in the story, does the reader feel any lapse in pacing.Leave the phones out and it could easily be the 1900´s, the thinking and the tone/language just don´t feel modern. I totally recommend it, and I would read the next book if it was series because the author got me invested in her characters! Creo que es debido a que el hijo decidió no someter la obra a posterior revisión, sino publicarla tal como su madre la dejó, sin consultas forenses de por medio. The Murders at Fleat House is the suspenseful and utterly compelling crime novel from the author of the multimillion-selling The Seven Sisters series, Lucinda Riley. Thanks to her children, Lucinda Riley’s work can continue to be enjoyed thanks to The Murders at Fleat House.

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