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When a body is discovered in the grounds on Honeychurch Hall, suspicion falls on the folks in the village. And as the body count begins to build, our heroine, Kat Stanford, becomes inextricably embroiled in the ensuing scandal. Are the deaths the result of a local vendetta, or could they be connected to her mother’s unusual (to say the least) past?

©2015 Hannah Dennison (P)2018 Journalstone Publishing

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 08-12-18

Pretty Good

Deadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall is a pretty good mystery.
I'll probably get the next one.

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Very entertaining

Easy to follow the story and the characters. I’ve gotten used to the narrator and actually enjoy her reading.

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A cleverly written mystery/comedy

Very entertaining story! Don't even mind that the murder isn't discovered until late in the story. Interplay between Iris and Kat is great and new characters enhance the story. Nice little dash of the eerie and the descriptions of Alfred as a seer are a little creepy and fun. At times it has the feel of a screwball comedy with Iris and her romance novel post it notes and characters eavesdropping and coming and going.The whole Jersey cash thing is a hoot. I want to hear more about Sean though :) Moving right on to the next one. Highly recommend this romp!