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Download ß PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ä Anna Maclean Vestigating crimes heinous than anything she can imagine in her blood and thunder romance. Nice little mystery with Louisa May Alcott as the sleuth I know it sounds a little far fetched but it actually worked I did figure out the murder mystery in the middle of the book

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Louisa and the Missing Heiress The First Louisa May Alcott Mystery Louisa May Alcott Mystery Series Summary ↠ 102 í In this delightful new tale of dark secrets mysterious men and heiresses in distress Louisa May Alcott the beloved author of Little Women is cast in th In this delightful new tale of dark secrets mysterious men and heiresses in distress Loui. This was a fairly good book At times I thought to just stop reading but then the next chapter took me back to the storyIt was well written but from the stand point of over One Hundred years ago Louisa was a very smart author and did tell some wonderful stories but this book fell a little shortLouisa May Alcott has to find out who killed her beloved Childhood friend There are many suspects but it takes her until the final chapter to do itBy the end of the story the murderer is someone not suspected by anyoneI did stay with the book only out of trying to figure who dun it I enjoyed the author's way of writing and I only think I would recommend it to friends

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Louisa and the Missing Heiress The First Louisa May Alcott Mystery Louisa May Alcott Mystery SeriesSa May Alcott the beloved author of Little Women is cast in the role of amateur sleuth in. The first book in the Louisa May Alcott mystery series is basically Nancy Drew time warped back to 1855 with a rich version of Bess Marvin as a sidekick young intelligent woman going out on a limb sometimes annoying the official investigation and risking her own safety in order to get to the bottom of something It was reasonably cute and entertaining for the most part However I give it only 2 stars I would have given it only one except for the reasonably cute part because of a glaring time line error that should have been caught by the editor and completely messes up the solving of the whodunit On page 69 of the Obsidian paperback printing Louisa is trying to overcome the death of her friend and speaks to someone who comments Yesterday the day of the crime a child fell in and the nurse screamed bloody horror Louisa uses this time frame actively in her investigation However on page 283 near the end of the book when getting the full story from a witness it comes out that somehow miraculously the already dead victim managed to return to the location the day after the event on page 69 as noted the day after the crime was committed and the same day that Louisa was mourning the death of her friend and beginning to ask uestions for a specific errand That places both her and others in different times places and circumstances than those used to investigate and solve the mystery In my opinion this is inexcusable for both an editor and an experienced author There are other inconsistencies and suspension of disbelief moments scattered through the book but this was the most glaring It almost made me wonder if the author decided on a different ending but just forgot to read back through and make sure the story still matched