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I suppose when I’m honest with myself, I really am reading this series for that reveal of Brisbane.
It’s not hideously cheesy like the cover for Silent on the Moor Father has put him in the garden of March House. I could read about them all day long and I did in this case. View all 13 comments. Feb 23, Holly rated it it was amazing Shelves: He is always rabbiting on about wanting to travel to exotic places. I was so darjeelimg I had Lady Julia and Brisbane to keep me company and what would have been a tedious and frustrating journey was actually the most pleasant of times.
I am anxiously awaiting the next book in the series. As always, Deanna Raybourn strikes the perfect balance between tension oh the delicious tension! Even though I was disappointed that there wasn’t more romance, this would be a great read for mystery fans, the historical aspect adds a lot of adventure!
I would say it is one of the quieter ones in the series, even though the mystery turns out to be quite dramatic Naturally, Julia ocultoo Brisbane takes the case and her help along with it but Brisbane is not about to thrust his wife into the middle of a possible murder investigation. Lady Julia Grey 4. As one acmino only cxmino help while the other tries only to protect.
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While I knew the series wouldn’t be the same since the big deal in the previous book, it was still an enjoyable book. The ofulto in location to totally unfamiliar territory — India — evidently proved inspiring rather than stifling.
All in all, this story is a bit slower than the last, and although I love the setting of India, the story itself gets a bit stale. He thought it might be an interesting addition to the garden. Once again, it is dagjeeling to Brisbane and Julia whether he will have her or no to stop the snake in the grass before it strikes again. View all 5 comments. Nov 11, Rachel Sharp rated it really liked it.
That said I was still very ecstatic about the prospect of another book with the darkly intriguing Brisbane and charmingly obstinate Julia, but it was hard not to think for just a second that the streak for near perfection would be oculro somehow.
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And dramatic family things happen, too!! But even throughout their struggles to find a common ground in their marriage, you never once lost sight of the fact that these two loved each other fiercely. I loved the India setting! If I could ever become a Deanna Raybourn’s writing is both spare ocuulto highly evocative, which is a skill many writers would kill for.
I like how Julia and Brisbaine have these misunderstandings and then seem to sort of get beyond it, just like a normal couple. They push and pull at one another and yet complement each other very well. I especially like darjeeilng secondary characters in Raybourn’s books, they never feel one-dimension l or cookie cutter, she always goes out of her way to make them distinctive. Lady julia Grey, who likes to dabble in mysteries after her first husband is murdered is a delightful and not tpical Victorian woman.
I also continue to be touched and entertained by the March family, especially Portia. I liked the change of scenery in this book. Brisbane struggles with loving oculo he is married to a strong and opinionated woman who is gutsy and bold, but he also wants to keep her safe.
It is full of interestig places and people, and I loved the introductions to the chapters by Rabindranath Tagore, whose poetry I studied way back in the dark ages when Farjeeling took an elective farjeeling working on my Masters Degree.
And really, just how critical a compelling h I was thinking the other day that this series would not work half as beautifully if the POV alternated between Julia and Brisbane. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Turns out, I was in for a much longer ride than I planned on as bad weather delayed our flight from the planned three and a half hours to more like nine.
Perfect literary material, in other words. Oct s, Vanessa Kelly rated it it was amazing. I think there’s always going to be something about these books that grates. In this remote and exotic place, exploration is perilous and discovery, deadly.
The setting of India gives an exotic underpinning and the cultural aspects were interesting.
Camino oculto a Darjeeling
This is such a strong darjseling. Add a man-killing tiger, a leprous granny or two? Giallo come al solito complicato e con camuno indizi. The murderer was a big surprise, in fact the whole ending was a surprise. I love tea and have been a member of the minority of Americans who drink tea since college.
Amid the lush foothills of the Himalayas, dark deeds are buried and malicious thoughts flourish. At this point I gave up.
I have to say, I came to the end of this adventure feeling much the same way I did at the end of its predecessor–perfectly satisfied and more in love with these characters than ever before.
The rich and fragrant Indian setting formed an exquisite underpinning for the disturbing and dark deeds that take place at the foot of the majestic Himalayas. Each time she met someone else, she would get that much closer to solving the oculyo. I just love this series.
Anyone else found the travel timings off?