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Thank goodness Kat and Harry have returned from New York and are now happily ensconced in their quiet village of Mydworth. Of course, nothing stays quiet too long with Kat and Harry, and that proves to be the case as they are attending a children’s charity function. A distraught villager approaches them about his missing son, Ewan, who is presumed dead. Ewan’s small boat was found capsized after a particularly nasty storm had rolled through. But Ewan was an excellent sailor – and no body has been found. All Ewan’s father wants is answers; Is Ewan Dead? Why would he have gone out in his boat during such a storm?
Kat and Harry go from nobody having any information to share to having half the village share various somewhat conflicting bits of information. The one thing that everybody agrees upon though – Ewan is a really good person, intelligent, and level-headed. Kat and Harry end up with lots of suspects, lots of motives, and no proof of anything. How will they narrow it down to the real culprit? Well, it comes with some very unexpected revelations that change the course of their investigation.
I absolutely love Kat and Harry with their wit and humor that is reminiscent of Nick and Nora Charles from the Thin Man movies. They differ from Nick and Nora in that Harry isn’t constantly trying to keep Kat out of the investigations – Kat is a full and equal partner. Of course, being newlywed adds to the fun as well.
I am totally addicted to this series and can hardly wait from one book to the next. They are always quick and enjoyable reads.
"Fool's Gold" (# 11 in Mydworth Series) is a lighter, shorter mystery, set in England. It is only about 145 pages long. Lord and Lady Mortimer are a kind and loving young married couple who are asked to investigate murder mysteries ... generously, they do not charge a fee. In this case, an experienced sailor (presumed dead) and his boat are lost near a harbor. His parents want to know how he died. The plot thickens with each page. Book # 12 will be available in September 2022, according to Amazon.com, so you have time to read # 11 (or # 1-11)! FYI: I have read the series in its proper order (except for # 10, which was a bit boring), but other reviewers say that is not necessary.
I really like the characters and the plots. They aren't too easy to figure out the bad guys and are a pleasure to watch the characters sole the crime. I've read all the books in the series and there isn't a bad one in the bunch. I am also a big fan of the Cherringham series which is also an excellent read.
Number 11, Fools Gold, is yet another winner in this delightful series. Well written, without a lot of superfluous language. These are rather shortish books that do not take a long time to read. There is not a huge amount of introspection or angst that can sometimes get in the way of the story. The characters are well drawn. Definitely a must read for a lover of the 1920's British cozy.
It's early summer, fabulous parties to attend and then murder raises its ugly head. Kat and Harry are asked to look into the death of a young man. Did he drown or was it murder? This fast pace story is teaming with suspects, good luck in figuring it out.
Another great book in a fabulous series, as with the 10 books before, I couldn't put it down. My only complaint is the shortness of the stories but then again perhaps if they were much longer they would lose some of their appeal.Keep up the great work Matthew and Neil and keep them coming.
Not as exiting as some of the others. I had worked out the ring leader about halfway through. The story line with spousal abuse needed more details considering the time and place. Still a good fast read.