REVIEW Room with a CluePennyfoot Hotel Mysteries Book 1 107

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A CluePennyfoot MOBI #244 Beginning a new series set in a seaside hotel in Edwardian England. 3½ starsIt is a relief to read a cozy mystery that is a mystery and not a romance novel The protangonist in this cozy is a recently widowed hotel owner who decides to investigate the death of a guest in order to protect the hotel and its staff I like the Edwardian setting and the main character Cecily Sinclair but a few of her close friends from the nearby town were less convincing Phoebe and Madeline However the mystery was well crafted so I will be reading at least one in this series

SUMMARY Room with a CluePennyfoot Hotel Mysteries Book 1

Room with a CluePennyfoot Hotel Mysteries Book 1Room with a Clue shows that murder never needs a reservation at the Pennyfoot Hotel Owner C. Pennyfoot Hotel is uite the rage in 1906 known as a place for the rich to retreat and have a good time discretely Vindictive Lady Eleanor Danbury planning to make trouble takes a plunge to her death from the roof garden Her husband a poor man who married wealth is the obvious suspect but hotel owner Cecily doesn't believe it Cecily is supported by her butler Baxter her friend Madeline with the witchy reputation and Phoebe whose love of extravagant shows gets out of hand when she rents a live python The title ROOM WITH A CLUE is chosen because it's cute even though it doesn't fit the plot I sense a theme This first book of the Pennyfoot Hotel Mysteries is cute but is interested in its characters and action as puzzle pieces than as living people

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REVIEW Room with a CluePennyfoot Hotel Mysteries Book 1 107 º ❮PDF / Epub❯ ✈ Room with a CluePennyfoot Hotel Mysteries Book 1 ⚣ Author Kate Kingsbury – Gym-apparel.co.uk Beginning a new series set in a seaside hotel in Edwardian England Room with a Clue shows that murder never needs a reservation at Ecily Sinclair runs a smooth hotel but the death of an offensive snob could kill her busines. I cannot imagine how this series became popular enough to run to 21 books The writing is painfully awkward and the plotting both illogical and transparent I’m willing to give the series another try as this appears to be her 1st book But it needs to improve a lot and uickly