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    IGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free St Mary, the couple lately have found an unsettling distance grown between them But when the small village peace is disrupted by the arrival of an anonymous letter accusing Lucy of witchcraft, her as yet unfulfilled desire to be Comes to the PDF/EPUB ¾ a mother becomes the least of her worries, especially after she learns she is not the only one to have received such a malicious letterSpeculation in the village only escalates when the local schoolteacher, Miss Broomfield, is discovered murdered at her classroom desk Was the unlikeable teacher the letter writer, and if so, who killed her and why Despite her husband s objections, Lucy offers to help out at the school until a replacement can be found, hoping the schoolchildren might inadvertently reveal a clue, but by doing so she may be putting her own life at riskLucy offers to teach in the school until a replacement can be found, hoping the schoolchildren might inadvertently reveal a clue, but by doing so she may be putting her own life at risk."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Death Comes to the School
  • Catherine Lloyd
  • 16 October 2018
  • 1496702085

Death Comes to the School❰EPUB❯ ✰ Death Comes to the School Author Catherine Lloyd – Essayreview.co.uk In the English village of Kurland St Mary, few things are worse than having one s reputation besmirched A struggling marriage is one Murder is anotherThree years have passed since Major Sir Robert Kur to the Kindle Ó In the English village of Kurland St Mary, few things are worse than having one s reputation besmirched A struggling marriage is one Murder is anotherThree years have passed since Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lucy Harrington, the rector s daughter, became husband and wife Having established Death Comes Epub / a measure of contentment among the gentry of Kurland St Mary, the couple lately have found an unsettling distance grown between them But when the small village peace is disrupted by the arrival of an anonymous letter accusing Lucy of witchcraft, her as yet unfulfilled desire to be Comes to the PDF/EPUB ¾ a mother becomes the least of her worries, especially after she learns she is not the only one to have received such a malicious letterSpeculation in the village only escalates when the local schoolteacher, Miss Broomfield, is discovered murdered at her classroom desk Was the unlikeable teacher the letter writer, and if so, who killed her and why Despite her husband s objections, Lucy offers to help out at the school until a replacement can be found, hoping the schoolchildren might inadvertently reveal a clue, but by doing so she may be putting her own life at riskLucy offers to teach in the school until a replacement can be found, hoping the schoolchildren might inadvertently reveal a clue, but by doing so she may be putting her own life at risk.


About the Author: Catherine Lloyd

to the Kindle Ó Catherine Lloyd was born just outside London, England, into a large family of dreamers, artists, and history lovers She completed her education with a master s degree in history at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and uses the skills she gained there to research and write Death Comes Epub / her historical mysteries Catherine currently lives in Hawaii with her husband and youngest daughter Please note only the Kurland St Mary mysteries are written by this Catherine Lloyd, not the romances Librarian s note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name.


10 thoughts on “Death Comes to the School

  1. says:

    Death Comes to the School4 StarsAnother enjoyable foray into life in a small Regency village This time Lady Lucy Kurland formerly Miss Harrington and her husband, Sir Robert, investigate the murder of the local school teacher The mystery behind who is writing the poison pen letters is intriguing, but it is relatively easy to determine the culprit and the killer once the clues begin piling up The developments in Lucy and Robert s relationship is a highlight of the book and is the main reason Death Comes to the School4 StarsAnother enjoyable foray into life in a small Regency village This time Lady Lucy Kurland formerly Miss Harrington and her husband, Sir Robert, investigate the murder of the local school teacher The mystery behind who is writing the poison pen letters is intriguing, but it is relatively easy to determine the culprit and the killer once the clues begin piling up The developments in Lucy and Robert s relationship is a highlight of the book and is the main reason for my continued enjoyment of this charming cozy historical mystery series The only minor issue is the couple s lack of communication, which would have prevented a great deal of angst Looking foward to Lucy and Robert s further adventures in sleuthing

  2. says:

    I hope the author will continue writing the sequels, this is such an enjoyable cozy mystery series RTC

  3. says:

    Like the character development of this series The mysteries are well crafted.

  4. says:

    Another enjoyable installment of the series I did get frustrated with Lucy and Robert s lack of communication, but overall, it was a great listen.

  5. says:

    Series Kurland St Mary Mystery 5Publication Date 11 28 17Another outstanding new book in the Kurland St Mary Mystery series As always, the mystery is outstanding, full of twists and suspects and keeps you guessing right up until the end It is a well written, well paced and very well executed book both romance and mystery.Robert and Lucy have been married for three years and they are going through a bit of a rough patch It is not that they don t love each other, it is that Lucy is horri Series Kurland St Mary Mystery 5Publication Date 11 28 17Another outstanding new book in the Kurland St Mary Mystery series As always, the mystery is outstanding, full of twists and suspects and keeps you guessing right up until the end It is a well written, well paced and very well executed book both romance and mystery.Robert and Lucy have been married for three years and they are going through a bit of a rough patch It is not that they don t love each other, it is that Lucy is horribly depressed and Robert doesn t know how to help her He tends to order her around, demands that she take care of herself, etc Frankly, I m not sure what else he could actually do because she is inconsolable after going through two miscarriages within six months Robert is afraid of losing her in childbirth and while he d love children, he wants herHe just isn t good at actually making her understand that She feels inadequate as a wife because she doesn t think she can give him the heir he needs and wants Most of the problems, as usual, fester because two people just don t actually talk with each other What does it take to perk Lucy up Well, a murder will do it nicely Lucy has just met the new school teacher and did not like her at all Normally, she would have been heavily involved in the selection of the new teacher, but she was ill and since Robert was concerned with Lucy s health, both of them basically left it to Lucy s father After doing some checking, they have discovered that the teacher was dismissed without reference from her last position When Robert goes to confront the teacher and to dismiss her, he finds her dead with a quill lodged in her eye.Robert does his best to keep Lucy out of the investigation, but she ll have none of that As she getsinvolved in the investigation we seeandof her old spark come back That delights Robert, but he still worries about her overdoing Even with the spark of health coming back, something is still bothering Lucy a lot You ll have to read the book to see what it is and if the relationship survives it.Who murdered Miss Broomfield Who is sending the incendiary notes to people in the community Are they also being blackmailed Do we have one perpetrator Two More I ll not tell and you won t guess You ll just have to wait until you get to the end of the story We get a couple of lovely new romances in this story as well so they get their HEA s They are lovely romances and one of them will probably surprise you because we ve known those two characters through all of the books.Check out my reviews of the other books in the series Death Comes To The VillageDeath Comes To LondonDeath Comes To Kurland HallDeath Comes To The FairPlease check out my reviews at Blog Page I requested and received this e book at no cost to me and volunteered to read it my review is my honest opinion and given without any influence by the author or publisher

  6. says:

    1820 Lucy and Robert have been married three years already Lucy has had two miscarriages in the last six months and is wondering what that bodes for her marriage,especially when she receives some poison pen letters indicating she is to blame Her sister Anna is still unwed and stuck caring for their father and little brothers Lucy and Robert have endowed a village school to educate the children and adults on their estate When Lucy finally gets around to meeting the teacher, Miss Broomfield, s 1820 Lucy and Robert have been married three years already Lucy has had two miscarriages in the last six months and is wondering what that bodes for her marriage,especially when she receives some poison pen letters indicating she is to blame Her sister Anna is still unwed and stuck caring for their father and little brothers Lucy and Robert have endowed a village school to educate the children and adults on their estate When Lucy finally gets around to meeting the teacher, Miss Broomfield, she does not like the woman Lucy feels Miss Broomfield should not be teaching impressionable young children and vows to find a new teacher ASAP When Robert discovers Miss Broomfield dead at her desk, he knows it wasn t a natural death and as magistrate, needs to investigate He would prefer Lucy to NOT get involved given her fragile state of health Lucy takes Robert s suggestion as a guideline and promises only to supervise the children as they learn Christmas carols, but she can t help wondering whether Miss Broomfield sent the nasty notes and was killed for it It s been awhile since we last saw Lucy and Robert and the village of Kurland St Mary s This mystery shows the reality of life after marriage for the couple The mystery was complicated and very hard to figure out It was nearly impossible with so many suspects and so many twists and turns I did suspect that person of something else but I was shocked at the reveal The writing is sharp and flows well I did catch one slight anachronism but it apparently dates to 1826 so close enough to be used orally without formal documentation There may be others I didn t catch The historical details are really good though there s nothing specific to set this story in the year 1820 but the year is a natural progression of the series and the other books havedetails I really liked how issues about class and reform came up Robert, as a land owner, would not be so whiggish but his arguments seem plausible for his character.The new characters here include a variety of people in the village of Kurland St Mary The Greenwells, a gentry family, have moved in nearby Mr Greenwell seems kind and progressive but the women are not likeable at all Mrs Greenwell and her daughters are gossips of the worst sort I expected Mrs Greenwell to be a Mrs Bennet type but she s not quite that bad The Greenwells have a ward, Josephine Blake, who lives with them as sort of a companion to the ladies Sixteen year old Josephine seems beaten down by her situation and a nervous type I felt really bad for her She is a student at the school and helps out the younger children Josephine seems to have been affected by Miss Broomfield s dour manner Miss Broomfield is a fan of the switch and preaches hellfire and brimstone to the children She labels most of them sinners and scares the poor children half to death This woman was a nasty person but didn t deserve to die like that Josephine s fellow student student teacher is Rebecca, the daughter of the local smithy I really liked Rebecca s intelligence and cheerful manner She should go far in life Other suspects include a mysterious man who may or may not be who he claims to be His story was intriguing but I didn t like him Grace Turner, the village wise woman, also has reason to be angry with Miss Broomfield Did she do something to cause the other woman s death Lucy trusts Grace but given her family history, I m not sure I would Given the nature of the death, I don t think it s likely Grace was involved There s also Mr and Mrs Jarvis of the local inn Mrs Jarvis is an overly friendly sort who claims to have known Robert in London in his younger days Could one of them have killed Miss Broomfield The recurring characters make up a lot of drama and comic relief Lucy and Robert s relationship hits a bumpy patch Writing about infertility is a tricky subject, especially for this time period, but I think the author does an admirable job of dealing with Lucy s thoughts and feelings I really didn t like the angst and wished Lucy would just talk to Robert She never had problems talking to him before and never doubted his love I understand she is grieving and she sounds depressed, but it was little too grim for me Anna s fears and doubts about marriage and motherhood are very valid and I can easily see myself having the same doubts at that time The secondary romance was brief but sweet There s another pairing that was obvious though the couple does not seem suited for one another Penelope Fletcher nee Chingford is still snippy but I kind of like her She reminds me of Caroline from the Poldark series Her sister Dorothea iskind and deserves a happy ending of her own Dr Fletcher is an intelligent, good doctor who obviously loves his wife and the village Again, much like Dr Enys in the Poldark saga Sophia, Lucy s best friend, appears in and out of the story to support Lucy but she s a little too happy and cheerful to understand what Lucy is going through I didn t find her insensitive, but just a bit too perky Aunt Rose comes to stay and she adds some cheer to the story with her good humor I feel sorry for her that her children are so awful Foley, the aged butler is the best secondary character He is very devoted to the family, especially Lucy and his kindness is touching as well as a bit funny Another great Kurland St Mary mystery It needs an epilogue so we know what happens to everyone

  7. says:

    This is the fifth book in the Kurland St Mary Mystery series, but only the second that I have read I would recommend that if you want to read this series, you read them in order I missed a lot of the history and back stories of the characters and the village which would have helped me to enjoy the storyHaving said that, the mystery is very good, full of twists and suspects and kept me guessing right up until the end It is well paced and well written with both some romance and a couple This is the fifth book in the Kurland St Mary Mystery series, but only the second that I have read I would recommend that if you want to read this series, you read them in order I missed a lot of the history and back stories of the characters and the village which would have helped me to enjoy the storyHaving said that, the mystery is very good, full of twists and suspects and kept me guessing right up until the end It is well paced and well written with both some romance and a couple of mysteriesRobert and Lucy have been married for three years and they are going through a bit of a rough patch They still love one another very much, but Lucy is depressed, due to a couple of miscarriages, and Robert does not know how to help her Robert is afraid of losing her in childbirth and while he d love children, he wants herHe just doesn t tell her that Lucy is trying to keep busy and break out of her depression, so she involves herself in the Village Christmas Festivities What she does not expect is that the miserable school teacher her father hired, ends up dead Robert does his best to keep Lucy out of the investigation, but that doesn t work As she getsinvolved in the investigation we seeandof the old Lucy Add in that someone is sending nasty letters to Lucy and others in the village and there is a lot to keep Lucy busy Who murdered Miss Broomfield Who is sending the terrible notes to people in the community Is therethan one perpetrator I did enjoy this story and was rooting that Lucy and Robert would get their relationship back on track I actually didn t like him much as the beginning of the story because he was so bossy and short with her There are also a couple of romances developing in St Mary s that were a nice break from the mystery I am not usually a big fan of period reads, but this series captures the feel of the late 1800 s beautifully It was nice to see how Christmas was celebrated in Kurland St Mary and that time period I listened to this book and the narrator did a very good job with the story I think listening also had its downfall as Robert was read as an unlikeable character which had me turned off to him early in the story Overall, this seems to be a good series that I will continue with, however, I will go back and read listen to the stories I have missed

  8. says:

    I love the premise of this series, but the execution of this one didn t quite live up to it for me Mystery wise, I felt the plot line of the letters wasn t really fully explored, and the denouement came quite out of the blue sometimes that s a good thing, but I felt in this case it was a bit unexplained not foreshadowed quite enough I also felt like the fertility issues between Lucy and Robert, while a refreshing change from the perfect marriage scenarios featured so often in these types I love the premise of this series, but the execution of this one didn t quite live up to it for me Mystery wise, I felt the plot line of the letters wasn t really fully explored, and the denouement came quite out of the blue sometimes that s a good thing, but I felt in this case it was a bit unexplained not foreshadowed quite enough I also felt like the fertility issues between Lucy and Robert, while a refreshing change from the perfect marriage scenarios featured so often in these types of books, were a little overdone And the characters particularly the secondary ones seemedlike characters than fully fleshed people their actions and traits somehow not quite believable enough

  9. says:

    The mystery was good, but I was so frustrated with Robert and Lucy I always get annoyed when characters just won t talk to each other

  10. says:

    I have enjoyed every book in this series Lucy, Robert, Anna and the other characters are so well developed that I feel like I am visiting friends each time I begin a new book This mystery was complex but the end felt a little rushed Thanks to my public library who provided me with a Kindle copy to read.

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