Although this is marketed as a book for teens, The Fault in our Stars is highly recommended for adults as well, as long as you’re prepared for a perspective change. The writing is in all ways smart, clever, and riveting, with an ever-present hint of absolute heartbreak.
In "The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party," Mma Ramostwe must solve a number of mysteries. Who is killing her client’s cattle? Where is Charlie, her husband’s apprentice mechanic? What really happened to her beloved white van? And for fans of the series, there is a joyful, long-awaited wedding!
Tension, good humor, wisdom, and kindness fill the pages of this book. I recommend the entire series. Each is like a welcome visit from a dear friend.
As aristocrat St. Cyr wrestles with solving a murder that he can’t acknowledge—as well as physically wrestles the post-autopsy corpse back into its grave before authorities discover it’s missing and arrest his friend!—another murder victim surfaces, international political intrigue is uncovered, and Sebastian’s wedding to a woman he’s not sure he likes, let alone loves, draws near. That she’s the strong-willed daughter of his powerful enemy, advisor to the prince regent, adds further complexity to the viscount’s life.
This book delivers tension-filled plots, engaging characters, and a historic backdrop so vividly presented that you almost feel as if you’re touring Regency England! What I like most about the St. Cyr series is that you feel satisfied at the end of every book, but each leaves mysteries to be solved in the next installment. I’m ready for number seven!