#MISTAKEN IDENTITY CRISIS By James J. Cudney

PEACE


Delighted to receive this book, the thirteen edition of Her Royal Spyness series. Darcy and Georgina are In an extended honeymoon in Kenya. They travel by bus boat train and airplane until they reached Happy Valley, the upper-class settlement. 

Georgina is surprised at the actions of the residents. Darcy finally admits to Georgina that he after a jewel thief. After a rough night at a wild party, they left the house. They found Lord Cheriton’s vehicle in the middle of the road and his in the body, partly eaten by animals. The motives for his death are many. There are several attempts to kill Georgina and Darcy. Will the guilty party succeed?

The descriptions of Kenya at the time are correct. Words will put right there. I enjoyed the scenes of the various animals. I felt for Georgina as she found her windows open and the lion outside their tent. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.

Disclosure: Thanks to Berkley for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

was please to read the fourth book of the Braxton Campus mysteries to continue the story of Kellan’s family and his time at Braxton. 

I find the plots clever and creative but the editing could be better.  The characters are well developed and become friends in the first book. Each has grown over the books. I especially liked Kellan, Nana D, Emma,Gabriel,  April and while not a single character the Castiglianos, Francesco and her Mother.

Kellan becomes a friend of electrician, Quint as construction at Braxton College continues on the path to turn the college to an university. One morning he  finds Quint dead near the electric wires. A black calla lily is found nearby.The story turns at this point toward a robbery of few years ago. Does Francesca appear? How was Gabriel involved? I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.

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4 Responses to #MISTAKEN IDENTITY CRISIS By James J. Cudney

  1. Shalini says:

    Great review Betty

  2. Thank you very much, Betty. I appreciate the feedback. Have a wonderful day.

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