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  1. says:

    This is the 9th book in a mystery series set in Victorian England But it works as a stand alone bookThe atmosphere and depth of detail is wonderful The reader feels as though they are traveling in London and Paris along with Emily our heroine and Colin our hero Colin does work for the ueen – he solves problems and he is aided in this by his lovely wife EmilyEmily and Cecile are very good friends While they are attending an elab

  2. says:

    A masuerade ball an impostor a murder a hunt and a story from the past gives Emily and her associates a new case to solve It was an interesting situation in which the murder was the less important of mysteries to solveThis is the ninth insta

  3. says:

    After loving the previous 8 installments in the Lady Emily series I confess to being underwhelmed by this offering I feel like the mystery at t

  4. says:

    I love these books I just do It's like Christmas every October because a new Lady Emily is ready to be unwrapped and this one has a vibe all its own Graveyards and catacombs and lots of references to Charles Dickens make it a perfect fall read Finished it yesterday but opened it again last night to reread my favorite parts Alexand

  5. says:

    I loved this book I literally finished it in like a day While I have only read one of the Lady Emily mysteries the first

  6. says:

    I originally fell in love with the characters in this series in the first couple of books and have been disappointed over the recent novels for a variety of reasons outlined in other reviews This latest installment was palatable for me than its predecessor but there is still a lot left to be desired There was intrigue and mystery in this one which was appreciated; in addition while the dual point of view has bothered me

  7. says:

    This is a very original plot with a uniue format Set in the late Victorian era it is a historical mystery and the ninth in the Lady Emily series I found it to be an enjoyable read The reason I didn't give it a 5 star rating is this is the first book I've read in the series and I found myself at the end of it without a clear picture of the characters and knowing only a little of their back story The author did slip some details in during th

  8. says:

    I keep saying I'm giving up on this series but here I am again This one managed to keep me in suspense for a little while but ultimately it was relatively boring and nothing was half as clever as I could feel it trying so

  9. says:

    This is the 9th entry in the Lady Emily historical mystery series I wasn't sure what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised It's a solid entertaining readLady Emily Colin Cecile Jeremy team up to investigate th

  10. says:

    Emily uoting Homer Of all creatures that breathe and move upon the earth nothing is bred that is weaker than manEmily and Colin investigate the murder of a woman impersonating a famous heiress during an exclusive glamorous society ball honoring the ueen's Jubilee which is based on a real event As the mystery deepens they realize that no one a

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The Counterfeit Heiress

In this thrilling new addition to the New York Times bestselling series Lady Emily travels to Paris where she struggles to unmask a murderer amid a case of assumed identities and shadowy figuresAfter an odd encounter at a grand masuerade ball Lady Emily becomes embroiled in the murder investigation of one of the guests a sometime. After loving the previous 8 installments in the Lady Emily series I confess to being underwhelmed by this offering I feel like the mystery at the heart of the story didn t truly develop or become interesting until over halfway through the book the usually sparkling characters felt flat and listless and while there was some satisfaction to be had in the ending I think the book wasn t over all intriguing enough to leave a good taste in my mouthI desperately wanted this book to be engaging after the months I spent waiting for it but Here s hoping the next installment is an improvementreturn to previous form

review The Counterfeit Heiress

Actress trying to pass herself off as the mysterious heiress and world traveler Estella Lamar Each small discovery however leads to uestions Was the intended victim Miss Lamar or the imposter And who would want either of them dead As Emily and Colin try to make sense of all this a larger puzzle begins to emerge No one has actually. I love these books I just do It s like Christmas every October because a new Lady Emily is ready to be unwrapped and this one has a vibe all its own Graveyards and catacombs and lots of references to Charles Dickens make it a perfect fall read Finished it yesterday but opened it again last night to reread my favorite parts Alexander s dialogue is uick and her characters like old friends And she does drop a lovely surprise there at the end Can t wait for the next one

free read Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB î Tasha Alexander

Seen Estella Lamar in years since her only contact has been through letters and the occasional blurry news photograph Is she even alive Emily and Colin’s investigation of this double mystery takes them from London to Paris where along with their friend Cécile they must scour the darkest corners of the city in search of the tru. I keep saying I m giving up on this series but here I am again This one managed to keep me in suspense for a little while but ultimately it was relatively boring and nothing was half as clever as I could feel it trying so hard to be Frankly the writing is just not good and the characters the reason I keep coming back get only flatter This series started out promising and always has great covers but individually these books get weaker and weaker while it could have been much

  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • The Counterfeit Heiress
  • Tasha Alexander
  • English
  • 09 February 2019
  • 9781250024695

About the Author: Tasha Alexander

The daughter of two philosophy professors I grew up surrounded by books I was convinced from an early age that I was born in the wrong century and spent much of my childhood under the dining room table pretending it was a covered wagon Even there I was never without a book in hand and loved reading and history than anything I studied English Literature and Medieval History at the Univers