MISS SILVER MYSTERIES By Patrica Wentworth

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In this book, we have a classic melodrama, an evil villain, 2 pairs of romantic lovers and a secret society. Both females need saving from the villain by their devotees. The story turns several directions as it unfolds. The strategies used were creative when the book was first published . I have since seen versions of them in many books. Charles Moray returns from England and enters his home after 4 long years. He hears a mysterious conversation between several men that discuss a plan to take over an heiress fortune, preferably by marriage. If the marriage doesn’t happen “to remove her”. He is stopped because he sees a woman who broke their engagement a week before the wedding. Charles tries to save both girls from their fate. Even though I knew the outcome I couldn’t put the book down. THE CASE IS CLOSED In the second book, Gregory Grey has been convicted of murdering his Uncle with overwhelming evidence. His wife Marion is extremely affected by the sentence and lost their unborn child. Hillary has been sent to look after her. Hillary is having a quarrel with her fiance, trying to evade him she takes the wrong train. On it, she finds strangers who might have new information on the murder. Miss Silver is hired to look into the information. She finds treason, greed, regretfully, a master plan set in place to convict to Gregory. LONESOME ROAD In the third classic story, Miss Silver is hired to protect Rachel Treherne who is frightened that one of her relatives is trying to kill her. Arriving at Rachel’s home, to find that another attempt was made on Rachel’s life. All suspects are on the premises. I found it difficult to put the book down u til I finished it. In all three books, the characters are well developed and you feel their emotions. Each book has romances that have problems, a villain, and damsel in distress. Miss Silver solves the cases by understanding personal concepts of individuals. There is no sex or violence. All are hard to put down. The endings are satisfying. Miss Silver is a retired governess who is now a professional investor. Miss Silver reminds of Miss Maple. The books can be read over again and are suitable for young adults. Disclosure: I received a free copy from Open Roads Integrated Media through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.

LONESOME ROAD In the third classic story, Miss Silver is hired to protect Rachel Treherne who is frightened that one of her relatives is trying to kill her. Arriving at Rachel’s home, to find that another attempt was made on Rachel’s life. All suspects are on the premises. I found it difficult to put the book down u til I finished it. In all three books, the characters are well developed and you feel their emotions. Each book has romances that have problems, a villain, and damsel in distress. Miss Silver solves the cases by understanding personal concepts of individuals. There is no sex or violence. All are hard to put down. The endings are satisfying. Miss Silver is a retired governess who is now a professional investor. Miss Silver reminds of Miss Maple. The books can be read over again and are suitable for young adults. Disclosure: I received a free copy from Open Roads Integrated Media through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.

THE CASE IS CLOSED In the second book, Gregory Grey has been convicted of murdering his Uncle with overwhelming evidence. His wife Marion is extremely affected by the sentence and lost their unborn child. Hillary has been sent to look after her. Hillary is having a quarrel with her fiance, trying to evade him she takes the wrong train. On it, she finds strangers who might have new information on the murder. Miss Silver is hired to look into the information. She finds treason, greed, regretfully, a master plan set in place to convict to Gregory. LONESOME ROAD In the third classic story, Miss Silver is hired to protect Rachel Treherne who is frightened that one of her relatives is trying to kill her. Arriving at Rachel’s home, to find that another attempt was made on Rachel’s life. All suspects are on the premises. I found it difficult to put the book down u til I finished it. In all three books, the characters are well developed and you feel their emotions. Each book has romances that have problems, a villain, and damsel in distress. Miss Silver solves the cases by understanding personal concepts of individuals. There is no sex or violence. All are hard to put down. The endings are satisfying. Miss Silver is a retired governess who is now a professional investor. Miss Silver reminds of Miss Maple. The books can be read over again and are suitable for young adults. Disclosure: I received a free copy from Open Roads Integrated Media through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.

LONESOME ROAD In the third classic story, Miss Silver is hired to protect Rachel Treherne who is frightened that one of her relatives is trying to kill her. Arriving at Rachel’s home, to find that another attempt was made on Rachel’s life. All suspects are on the premises. I found it difficult to put the book down u til I finished it. In all three books, the characters are well developed and you feel their emotions. Each book has romances that have problems, a villain, and damsel in distress. Miss Silver solves the cases by understanding personal concepts of individuals. There is no sex or violence. All are hard to put down. The endings are satisfying. Miss Silver is a retired governess who is now a professional investor. Miss Silver reminds of Miss Maple. The books can be read over again and are suitable for young adults. Disclosure: I received a free copy from Open Roads Integrated Media through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.

Each book has romances that have problems, a villain, and damsel in distress. Miss Silver solves the cases by understanding personal concepts of individuals. There is no sex or violence. All are hard to put down. The endings are satisfying. Miss Silver is a retired governess who is now a professional investigator. Miss Silver reminds of Miss Maple. The books can be read over again and are suitable for young adults. Disclosure: I received a free copy from Open Roads Integrated Media through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.

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One Response to MISS SILVER MYSTERIES By Patrica Wentworth

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Sounds like you really enjoyed these.

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