Murders and Other Confusions: The Chronicles of Susanna, Lady Appleton, 16th Century Gentlewoman, Herbalist and Sleuth

Murders and Other Confusions: The Chronicles of Susanna,

Murders and Other Confusions: The Chronicles of Susanna, Lady Appleton, 16th Century Gentlewoman, Herbalist and Sleuth [Ebook] ➨ Murders and Other Confusions: The Chronicles of Susanna, Lady Appleton, 16th Century Gentlewoman, Herbalist and Sleuth ➮ Kathy Lynn Emerson – Polishdarling.co.uk The Chronicles of Susanna, Lady Appleton, of the Face Down mystery series Susanna, th century gentlewoman, herbalist and sleuth, solves mysteries and puzzles that baffle her contemporaries These eleve The Chronicles Other Confusions: Epub à of Susanna, Lady Appleton, of the Face Down mystery series Susanna, th century gentlewoman, herbalist and sleuth, solves mysteries and puzzles that baffle her contemporaries These eleven stories conclude the Face Down series.


10 thoughts on “Murders and Other Confusions: The Chronicles of Susanna, Lady Appleton, 16th Century Gentlewoman, Herbalist and Sleuth

  1. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    Totally surprised that I would ever give any short story collection 4 stars Short stories usually leave me pretty cold This one I almost gave a 5 4.5 solid Emerson knows her period and the female perceptions possible for survival in the 16th Century And not only in England either, where the majority, but not all, of these stories have a Northamptonshire location Main characters come and go and are varying ages or under different monarch rule within different cases or inquiries Lady Appl Totally surprised that I would ever give any short story collection 4 stars Short stories usually leave me pretty cold This one I almost gave a 5 4.5 solid Emerson knows her period and the female perceptions possible for survival in the 16th Century And not only in England either, where the majority, but not all, of these stories have a Northamptonshire location Main characters come and go and are varying ages or under different monarch rule within different cases or inquiries Lady Appleton, being anywhere from just plain Susanna a 17 year old girl to her late middle age Not only are the developing sciences fascinating, but the female eyes are exactly right No revisionist feminists but stone tough 16th Century women, dealing within the mazes of the paths allowed to them This author s technical knowledge of so many husbandry skills used and trades processes are imbedded in every story Trade routes and business guilds all just awesome Plus tons of words lost to our modern English are ABUNDANT and yet clear in meaning, as used Squeech, potwabbler, splatherdabbing no those are NOT typos And the sleuthing is as excellent as the form Susanna s thought processes and outcomes she devises by logic and method, just immensely entertaining


  2. Jane Irish Nelson Jane Irish Nelson says:

    Eleven historical short stories set in the Elizabethan world of Susanna, Lady Appleton, though not all feature Susanna herself And while naturally I enjoyed somethan others, all are well crafted, and many of them include interesting historical tidbits If you enjoy historical mysteries, this collection is for you Highly recommended.


  3. Beka Beka says:

    I think I like these short stories better than the actual mysteries There s just not enough time for them to get super complicated, but just enough time for a good mystery.


  4. Patty Hankins Patty Hankins says:

    Loved the short stories that helps fill in some of the details between the full length books


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10 thoughts on “Murders and Other Confusions: The Chronicles of Susanna, Lady Appleton, 16th Century Gentlewoman, Herbalist and Sleuth

  1. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    Totally surprised that I would ever give any short story collection 4 stars Short stories usually leave me pretty cold This one I almost gave a 5 4.5 solid Emerson knows her period and the female perceptions possible for survival in the 16th Century And not only in England either, where the majority, but not all, of these stories have a Northamptonshire location Main characters come and go and are varying ages or under different monarch rule within different cases or inquiries Lady Appl Totally surprised that I would ever give any short story collection 4 stars Short stories usually leave me pretty cold This one I almost gave a 5 4.5 solid Emerson knows her period and the female perceptions possible for survival in the 16th Century And not only in England either, where the majority, but not all, of these stories have a Northamptonshire location Main characters come and go and are varying ages or under different monarch rule within different cases or inquiries Lady Appleton, being anywhere from just plain Susanna a 17 year old girl to her late middle age Not only are the developing sciences fascinating, but the female eyes are exactly right No revisionist feminists but stone tough 16th Century women, dealing within the mazes of the paths allowed to them This author s technical knowledge of so many husbandry skills used and trades processes are imbedded in every story Trade routes and business guilds all just awesome Plus tons of words lost to our modern English are ABUNDANT and yet clear in meaning, as used Squeech, potwabbler, splatherdabbing no those are NOT typos And the sleuthing is as excellent as the form Susanna s thought processes and outcomes she devises by logic and method, just immensely entertaining


  2. Jane Irish Nelson Jane Irish Nelson says:

    Eleven historical short stories set in the Elizabethan world of Susanna, Lady Appleton, though not all feature Susanna herself And while naturally I enjoyed somethan others, all are well crafted, and many of them include interesting historical tidbits If you enjoy historical mysteries, this collection is for you Highly recommended.


  3. Beka Beka says:

    I think I like these short stories better than the actual mysteries There s just not enough time for them to get super complicated, but just enough time for a good mystery.


  4. Patty Hankins Patty Hankins says:

    Loved the short stories that helps fill in some of the details between the full length books


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