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Lord James Harrington and the Solstice Mystery

Narrated by: David Thorpe
Length: 9 hrs and 38 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Lord James Harrington and his wife, Beth, happen upon a road accident where the driver, Bernard Potter, is seriously injured. While giving first-aid, Potter mumbles concerns about his daughter which James takes as the ramblings of a dying man. But, when visiting Mrs Potter, they realise that her husband, a police constable, was secretly investigating the goings-on at a local commune where his daughter lived. 

Meanwhile, James’ cousin, Herbie, is helping Scotland Yard with an art fraud ring that has extended its reach into Sussex. And, when GJ is approached to be a part of that enterprise, James is drawn into both investigations.

©2019 Lynn Florkiewicz (P)2019 Soundings

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A bit slow.

I’ve enjoyed all of the Lord Harrington books so far. This one however was a bit too slow for me. The build up was slow and It took a long time for the multiple threads to come together. I typically finish her book in a day, but this one it took several weeks to get back too it after putting it down after a couple hours. When I got back to it, I Finally skipped to the end which I rarely do.

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  • Theresa Gallagher
  • 08-25-19

Enjoyable romp

I have enjoyed listening o=to all of the James Harrignton books
Story will hold you with out being to heavy., so easy to step in and out of with out getting confused.
All set in 1950s with a great list of characters although some of them of pretty stereotyped.