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Sister Beneath the Sheet (Nell Bray, #1) A High Class Prostitute Has Left Her Fortune To The Suffragettes Emmeline Pankhurst Sends Nell Bray, Just Out Of Holloway, To Collect It From Biarritz, Where Nell Becomes Involved In Intrigue Among The Resort S Opulent Society And Tawdry Backstreets.

10 thoughts on “Sister Beneath the Sheet (Nell Bray, #1)

  1. says:

    A really good murder mystery A dead prostitute leaves a suffragette society most of her fortune The society sends a representative to find out why and she, in turn, becomes intrigued by the dead woman and seeks to discover th...

  2. says:

    Have long wanted to read this series but my reaction to book 1 is just, meh At times it was involving but other times it felt superficial with no strong sense of the period The author did keep me guessing as to the perp I thought I knew, then I was convinced I was wrong, then gotcha So I ll giver her points for that The ending felt abrupt with little official or personal closure Nell and the Suffrage movement could be interesti...

  3. says:

    I didn t think this was quite as good as the later books in the series that I began with but definitely well worth going back for Nell has just returned from a spell in Holloway for chucking a brick through the window of 10 Downing Street I d guess that that is covered in another book when Mrs Pankhurst sends her off to investigate a legacy of fifty thousand pounds that has been left to the Women s Social and Political Union aka the suffragettes The money has been left to them by a high class prostitute who has suicided and Nell thinks everything is not as straightforward as it looks and lets face it that s not very straightforward to start with

    Most of the story takes place in Biarritz on the French Riveria but I didn t think that the setting came quite to life. Once again though the characters were excellent and I enjoyed seeing of Bobbie Fieldfare, a bit of a firecracker in the suffragettes arsenal who took a brief role in A Perfect Daugh...

  4. says:

    This is one of those rare occasions where I m gonna give the book stars than it may deserve I love the concept, location, and time that I will have to read a second book from the series to make a complete decision I hope this books suffers from first in the series syndrome Too much story and character building and not enough work on the plot makes it a bit slow and sadly a common occurrence in mystery series, es...

  5. says:

    Historical mystery, in which Nell Bray, a suffragette, investigates the mysterious death of a courtesan who has left her fortune to the movement This was less engaging to me as a whodunit than as a period piece I loved Nell s wry narrative...

  6. says:

    Substantive and fun I m going to enjoy reading this series.

  7. says:

    C historical mystery, early 1900s, series, 1

  8. says:

    Lots to like, doesn t shy away from complications

  9. says:

    Nell Bray, Edwardian suffragette, investigates the suspicious suicide of a high class escort Page turning mystery Easy read.

  10. says:

    Impossible.

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