In the 12 years I have been an Audible member I have only purchased two or three romance novels. I can't recall what prompted me to use a credit for S..Show More »ILENT IN THE GRAVE, but I am glad I did. The great period detail shows Raybourne did her research. Be sure to listen closely because the author sprinkles quite a few clues throught this clever story. The narration by Ellen Archer is spot on, not sure why some reviewers disliked her.
If you want to listen to a riveting mystery laced with humor, romance and cleverness then SILENT IN THE GRAVE is a great choice.
I downloaded this audiobook last week. The site states the narrator is Ellen Archer, who narrated the first book in the series. However, buyer bewar..Show More »e, the narrator is Jennifer Van Dyke and it is quite a different listening experience. I have called and emailed Audible regarding the erroneous information but have rec'd no reply and I see the site has not yet been corrected. Love the book, dislike the narrator.
This is a satisfying continuation of the relationship between Lady Julia Gray and the enigmatic Nicholas Brisbane. This was first issued with a differ..Show More »ent reader who was not good but has been reissued with Ellen Archer as reader and this is a great improvement. Nice light listening.
I'm glad Lady Julia and Brisbane are back! Their romance is so sweet, Brisbane is a very good detective and the story plot is well thought out. I love..Show More »d this book the hours flew by and I wish it was longer.
I love this series! If you have never read the first book, go read it first. This is book #5, so to truly enjoy it you need to read the others.
..Show More »>Ok for the fans of Lady Julia. I know she can sound whiney and act so so stubbornly, but she does act a little more mature in this one. (I love her whining and stubbornness, she is a great character)
The story is outstanding! I was actually surprised in the end by this one. Some stories are predictable, but this is very good.
This story takes place in London a few months after their arrival back from India and their long honeymoon. It’s fun to listen how Lady Julia settles or unsettles into domestic life. Of course there is a murder or two, Julia gets into trouble and keeps secrets like she always seems to do. Brisbane is his usual heroic, brooding, dashing self. More secrets with a great ending, just a little sad. Loved it!
Way too short but packed with interesting developments.
This should have been combined with the previous novella. Both are too short to comm..Show More »and separate prices. That being said, I enjoyed this a great deal. I liked the inclusion of the niece and nephew. A person from the past makes an appearance. And Brisbane plays St George!