©2005 Elise Broach; (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC
"The mystery alone will engage readers, but Broach adds a number of other interesting details to entice her audience. Readers will also find numerous facts about Elizabethan history, theories about Shakespeare's writings, and, perhaps most importantly, a moral but not preachy tale. The main characters are all well developed, and the dialogue is both realistic and well planned." (School Library Journal)
"[Listeners] will appreciate the true emotions, the rich language, and the revelations of many-layered mysteries that tie the past to the present." (Booklist)
Quick moving and enjoyed by the entire family. Introduces literary motifs in a interesting way, along with Shakepeare (or Edward de Vere, whichever you believe).
It ranks in the top 10.
When they discovered the secret in an unsuspecting place. Also the incorporation of the History regarding Henry 8th and Anne Boleyn.
The mysteries among all of the characters.
That depends on if your more the reading type or the listening type. I'm the more listening type so I liked the audio version.
Anne Bolen's Jewelry Mystery.
Laughed, but I liked it very much. I wanted to listen to it more than once.
I first heard this audio book when I checked it out at the library. I liked it so much that when I saw it a year later in Audio Books I had to buy it.
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