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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Deanna Raybourn returns with a brand-new novella, starring her beloved heroine, the intrepid Lady Julia Grey.

To mark the passing of another decade, the esteemed - and eccentric - March family have assembled at Bellmont Abbey to perform the Twelfth Night Revels for their sleepy English village. But before Lady Julia and her handsome, sleuthing husband, Nicolas Brisbane, can take to the stage, a ruckus in the stable yard demands their attention. An abandoned infant is found nestled in the steel helm of St. George. What's more, their only lead is the local legend of a haunted cottage and its ghastly inhabitant - who seems to have returned. Once again, Lady Julia and Nicholas take up the challenge to investigate, and when the source of the mystery is revealed, they'll be faced with an impossible choice - one that will alter the course of their lives... forever. Don't miss a single tale in the Lady Julia Grey series - or Deanna Raybourn's latest novel, City of Jasmine.

©2014 Deanna Raybourn (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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Too short

Enjoyed Lady Julia and family as always. Story way too short. Perhaps the 3 novellas should have been combined to make one complete book.

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Great! Another great Lady Julia grey story!

So great! As always! The Lady Julia Grey series is simply awesome! I want more!

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Fantastic

Loved the outcome, and happy with story, enjoyed meeting some of the other family members.

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Continued Holiday Merriment

Lady Julia and Nicholas are still at the Abbey for the March holiday revels, where he gets drafted to play St George as the newest member of the family.
An abandoned baby and local haunting bring old and new family into their lives.
I really enjoy these novellas in this series.
Archer does a decent job of narration.

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excellent short story

wonderful little addition to the series. great for listening too when traveling. narration was enjoyable.

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A story to accompany the previous novella

Setting: Sussex January 1890
Genre: Mystery
This novel is in the same visit to Sussex as in the novella Silent Night. A newborn baby is found in the stable at Belmont Abbey, and it is up to Lady Julia to learn who abandoned him and why. There are some accompanying small mysteries: a ghost; missing jewelry; and the reason the Earl March is so depressed. Despite these facets, the novella is largely uneventful. However, the main event is important in the Lady Julia Grey story arc.
Aside from the stingy length and the dearth of action, there are no inconsistencies in established characters, and new ones are well done. The narration continues fine in this book, and it is appreciated that the same narrator has been used throughout the series.

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Twelfth Night

Very good audiobook! I don't usually go for the historical books but this was very good but short!

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Tying Up Loose Ends

As set up in the previous novella, the March family - all ten of the grown children - are in attendance to perform the play to celebrate the titular Christmas holiday. But the rehearsal are disrupted by a foundling infant left at the residence and a bout of unfortunate food poisoning. This book picks up some of the loose ends left at the end of Dark Road to Darjeeling, but also resolves some things for Julia as well. The identity of the infant is uncovered and a new direction is laid out for the investigative duo that makes me so sad that there is only one more novella left in the series!!

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Timeless..

This series will warm your heart. Big, bold characters c and a great family make you feel at home at March House.
Then there is little Jack....

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Short but good

Way too short but packed with interesting developments.

This should have been combined with the previous novella. Both are too short to command 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!

I love listening to this narrator. Great job!