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Murder on the Flying Scotsman: A Daisy Dalrymple Mystery

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Dead in the Water by Carola Dunn. And it is not long before their investigations take an even more dramatic turn. Jack's a retired ex-cop from New York, seeking the simple life in Cherringham. Sarah's a Web designer who's moved back to the village find herself. But their lives are anything but quiet as the two team up to solve Cherringham's criminal mysteries. Lady Katherine would rather chase clues than suitors. Her reputation as a matchmaker could give her the cover she needs to follow in her detective father's footsteps.

If she catches the Pink Ribbon Killer before he strikes again, she'll win her dowry and her independence in the process.

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One look through the exclusive Northbrooke estate house party doubles her suspect list. With the help of her trusty maid and her precocious pug, Katherine risks it all to unmask the killer. But is winning her freedom worth putting another debutante in mortal danger?

It's and young war widow fashionista Ginger Gold makes a cross-Atlantic journey with her companion Haley Higgins to London, England, to settle her father's estate. When the ship's captain is found dead, Ginger is only too happy to lend her assistance to the handsome Chief Inspector Basil Reed. She keeps house for Inspector Witherspoon Everyone's awed by his Scotland Yard successes - but they don't know about his secret weapon. No matter how messy the murder or how dirty the deed, Mrs.

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Jeffries's polished detection skills are up to the task It is the spring of and the Honorable Daisy Dalrymple is on her way to a stately home in Scotland to research her next article for Town and Country. Anne, along with all of her relatives, is en route to visit the deathbed of the family scion and notorious miser, Alistair McGowan. As it currently stands, Alistair's will leaves the entire family fortune to his brother Albert, and the rest of the family is rushing to his side, each hoping to convince him to change his will in their favor.

Daisy, meanwhile, has her hands full taking care of Detective Inspector Alec Fletcher's young daughter Belinda, who ran away from home and stowed away aboard the train. She barely has time to take notice of the intricate family feud taking place all around her - that is, until Albert McGowan is found murdered on the train and Daisy is surrounded by an entire family of suspects.

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Why or why not? I am a fan of the Daisy Dalrymple series and always look forward to enjoying the books in audio format. The story doesn't disappoint, with Daisy and her beau's daughter, Belinda, pulled unwittingly into a family drama aboard the Flying Scotsman train to Edinburgh. The reader's performance actually detracts from the novel's flow, mostly due to her struggles futile with the range of British, Scottish, and Indian accents.

Careful enunciation serves in large part as a upper-class British accent. She utterly fails with the Scots accent, which carries a strong flavor of Irish. The distinction among the various characters' voices is minimal, as well, making it hard to follow some of the dialogue. No complaints about Carola Dunn, but I will be very disappointed if Ms. Chiaromonte performs the next of the Daisy Dalrymple novels Audible. Of those I've read, this is by far the best. Belinda makes an excellent addition and although I found the word puzzle they labour over to be child's play, the rest of the mystery was quite satisfying.

These are fun, entertaining, light murder mysteries but don't overlook them for great listening and many entertaining hours. Good reading!!! I have really enjoyed this series so far. Light, witty, good escapist fun. The heroine is smart, sassy, but not completely unbelievable. I don't always like how she manages to skirt the law in the end for her friends, but that's literary license and not too disturbing.

I also enjoy the growing relationship between her and the detective. However, the change in narrator is VERY noticeable, and not in a good way. However, even as a non-native speaker, it is still apparent she cannot distinguish various characters and voices. I should say I am writing this review after having listened to a few more books in the series with this narrator.

It doesn't get better. She has a pleasant enough voice, but the first narrator on this series was just so much better suited. However, the narration is not so bad that I will stop listening to the books as I find them very nice to make a long commute shorter. So, I give this an overall 4.

Would you listen to Murder on the Flying Scotsman again? Probably not. The narrator's accents were really too poor to go through the story again. How could the performance have been better? A different narrator for starters. Let's go back to the original reader. Her accents were authentic and helped the previous storylines move forward.

This performer couldn't hold a British accent to save her life. And being American I can say that!