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Ut the beuest appears legitimate even though there are some odd conditions attached one of which is that he must be in residence at certain periods in order to secure the inheritance One of those periods is from All Hallow s Eve ntil Guy Fawkes Night which is just days awayIntrigued the four of them head to Berkshire where they are promptly greeted with stories of ghosts ghouls and things that go bump in the nightIt s pretty clear to team Brisbane and the reader that the servants and the villagers are p to something the estion is what Our intrepid A Full House uartetite happily sits O Homem Que Ela Ama Odiar Diamante Bruto up late at night simply to enjoy the efforts of the chain clankers banshee howlers and demon coachmen wondering why the villagers are going to such lengths to try to frighten them awayOr are theyThis is an engaging little story with a nice twist but once again it really does reuire a familiarity with the characters and their past exploits for it to make sense so if you ve not read any of the other books in the series you ll be at a bit of a loss I m going to go off at a bit of a tangent about a little nit picky something that bothered me view spoilerOne of the things that didn t sitite right for me was Julia s attitude toward motherhood I know that throughout the books it s something she s been ambivalent about but at the end of Twelfth Night she and Brisbane made the decision to bring p his baby half brother as their own and it was a decision she clearly felt deeply about and that s great And while Julia is behaving in the same way as. Tor arrives with a strange beuest Nicholas it seems has inherited a country house but only if he and his family are in residence from All Hallows' Eve through Bonfire NightNeither Lady Julia nor Nicholas is likely to be put off by local legends of ghosts and witches and the eerie noises and strange lights that flit from room to room.

This is the fourth of the holiday novellas in the Lady Julia Grey series I have really enjoyed these lighter shorter suspenses in the series that focus on family and the tender relationship between Brisbane and Julia It s fun how they take on a different holida It was great to check in with the Brisbane s in this short story The series arc doesn t take nexpected twists so you could pick p anywhere without it being to spoilery But there is a clear and explicit chronology for the series and anyone who is planning to read them all should probably read them in the suggested orderLuckily I bought this it s likely to be a reread every Halloween since it is chock full of ghosts As in the novels the mystery is there for plot than as a real puzzle The novellas tend to comedy than drama and this one just charmed the hell out of me So many ghosts Cute babies that are whisked away by nannies before they become too annoying Twee English village A big house of eccentric design A veritable paragon of fluffPersonal copy 35 starsThe events of Bonfire Night take place towards the end of 1890 when young John Nicholas Jack the baby discovered in the stables at Bellmont Abbey in Twelfth Night is firmly ensconced in the Brisbane s nursery One evening at the end of October relaxing in their new London home with Portia and Plum the Brisbanes receive a visit from a shady character who professes himself a solicitor He informs Brisbane that he has inherited a country property by the name of Thorncross Hall He s never heard of it Amateur sleuth Lady Julia Grey and her detective husband Nicholas Brisbane face their latest adventure in this novella by New York Times bestselling author Deanna RaybournIt's the autumn of 1890 and almost a year has passed since much to their surprise Lady Julia and Nicholas became parents Just as the couple begins to adapt a solici.

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Many pper class mothers who didn t really bring A Natural Father up their own children but handed them to an army of nurses governesses and tutors I felt that for Julia the baby is something to be taken out and played with and then put away when she d had enough I m sure that my being a mum who was fortunate enough to have been able to afford to stay at home with her kids when they were little is colouring my view and I don t intend to provoke a major argument over different views of motherhood I m just saying that it s how it affected ME and that it s why I didn t find things like the opening conversation between Julia and Portia wherein Portia points out that Julia keeps misplacing the baby to be very funny A silly thing to be picking out of such a short book but it diminished Julia for me as a character somewhat hide spoiler Oh how I love Lady Julia Well actually I love Brisbane her husband one of the hottest heroes ever in a clean romance Hats off to Deanna Raybourn for her creation In this very short novella Brisbane has inherited a manor house from a total stranger and when the family Julia Brisbane Plum Portia young Jane and baby Jack arrive there they discover that it s haunted by some rather inept ghosts High jinks and mystery ensueI mourn the demise of Brisbane and Lady Julia and hope that the author s new publisher decides to pickp the series Don t read this novella nless you ve read at least some of the preceding novels But if like me you have enjoyed the novels this and the other three novellas are a delight. Simply intrigue them Until a new lady's maid disappears igniting a caper that will have explosive resultsThe fourth in a series of Lady Julia Grey stories set during traditional English holidays Bonfire Night follows Silent Night Midsummer Night and Twelfth Night Look for Deanna's newest 1920s novel Night of a Thousand Stars in Octob.

New York Times and USA Today bestselling novelist Deanna Raybourn is a 6th generation native Texan She graduated with a double major in English and history from the University of Texas at San Antonio Married to her college sweetheart and the mother of one Raybourn makes her home in Virginia Her novels have been nominated for numerous awards including two RT Reviewers’ Choice awards the Agatha

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