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Deadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall: A Mystery

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  • Title: Deadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall: A Mystery
  • Author: Hannah Dennison
  • ISBN: 9781466873971
  • Page: 340
  • Format: ebook

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  1. Hannah Dennison

    British transplant Hannah Dennison is the author of the Honeychurch Hall Mysteries Minotaur and the Vicky Hill Mysteries both set in the wilds of the Devonshire countryside in England Hannah originally moved to Los Angeles to pursue screenwriting She has been an obituary reporter, antique dealer, private jet flight attendant and Hollywood story analyst Hannah has served on numerous judging committees for Mystery Writers of America and is currently serving on the MWA board for 2016 2018 Now living in Portland, Oregon with her husband and two insane Vizsla dogs, Hannah s heart remains in England She is a passionate supporter of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, the Historic Houses Association, and the National Trust She enjoys all country pursuits, movies, theater and seriously good chocolate.

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  1. Sorry for the lack of reviews, life s been crazy Deadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall is a perfect British cozy mystery Filled with intrigue, amazing characters, and a picturesque setting, this book was a winner.I love Kat, she s a strong, independent MC, but I feel like she s not the star Iris, her mother is the true star, and it works Iris is hilarious and fun, and her interactions with Kat are wonderful The Honeychurch family is also wonderful, though I wish they would be heavily featured The [...]



  2. It has been awhile since I read Murder at Honeychurch Hall and now I am wondering what took me so long to read the second book in this series Deadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall brings us back to the English for another mystery Kat Stanford is planning head back to London shortly to open an antique shop, but with news of a high speed rail coming to the area, she decides to stick around to protect her mother s interests as well as to help with the campaign to Stop the Bullet Train Lavinia, has an [...]


  3. This was a fun read, if you can call a murder mystery fun Zany happenings in an small English town Overall rating 3.5 5.0 stars.Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine affairedecoeur As an aside, I found out what a sloe was It s a British berry that is used to make gin.


  4. A fun series, not marred by making the mistake of having a stupid heroine at the center I find Kat to be logical and pragmatic I don t feel overwhelmed by the details of her occupation neither the television or the antiques History is mentioned, but plot isn t halted for its sake I love her interaction with the people around her, her mom what a hoot she is being the best of a very good cast The mystery itself isn t bad either, even though I will continue the series for its characters But that bl [...]


  5. 3.5 starsI read and enjoyed the first book so I was happy to see this book up on NetGalley Like the first book, Deadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall was quirky and funny The books are soap opera with a side order of mystery than a full fledged mystery This one does have several mysteries going on but it takes a while for the action to kick in The Honeychurch Hall mysteries are about the people than the actual mysteries They re character driven, not plot driven.The events in this book unfold abou [...]


  6. Dollycas s ThoughtsThis was a story I was anxiously awaiting and the author exceeded my expectations Deadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall brings us back to English countryside and all the characters I loved in Murder at Honeychurch Hall Kat Stanford is planning head back to London soon but with news of a high speed rail coming to this quaint, historical area she feels she needs to stick around to be sure of her mother s options and how Honeychurch Hall will be affected Then a local woman is found [...]


  7. Principles are like prayers Noble of course But awkward at a party Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham, Downton AbbeyThe denizens of Little Dipperton have principles They are taking a stand against the proposed high speed railroad, Save seconds in travel, loose a 1000 years of history The project would destroy their village, devalue their property, and detract from the grand house that has ruled over their area, Honeychurch Hall While the earl escapes to London, the villagers vow to take back t [...]


  8. I really enjoyed the first book in the series Murder at Honeychurch Hall so I was eager to read this book This cozy mystery is set in Little Dipperton England on the Honeychurch estate Kat Stanford s mother has purchased the carriage home on the estate The citizens of the area are very upset that a high speed train is possibly being planned to go through their beloved land and homes Soon bodies start turning up.What I really like about this series is the humor and the characters The relationship [...]


  9. Once we again we are back ta Honeychurch Hall and back with Kat through her many adventures Dennison writes with such a breezy wit that it s impossible not to be entertained and drawn into the stories I could picture Honeychurch and the Carriage House and Eric s junkyard The issue with the train and the devastation that it would cause in the village was very real and the villager s frustration seeped from the pages It was nice to get to know the villagers a bit better as the previous book had mo [...]


  10. This is the second book in this entertaining series Kat Stanton is still staying with her mother and being pursued by her ex boyfriend David Wynne The village is horrified to find out that there is going to be a high speed train line built through their properties and they start a protest group.Can Kat s mother keep her secrets from the wider world Will Kat decided to resume her life in London or will she decide to stay with her mother who seems determined to make a match between her and the han [...]


  11. I read the first book, Murder at Honeychurch Hall and didn t love it, but thought I d give the series one try and requested and received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review I didn t love this outing either The author has a remote English village full of characters who just leave me cold I don t find them amusing or even interesting Kat, the main character, leaves me cold too I just don t care what happens to her.The mystery element, what is really going on, I liked I, like t [...]


  12. Antiques Roadshow meets Hoarders meets some kind of modernized Downton Abbey in this adventure in Honeychurch I loved the first one and I liked the second on very much as well It has all the makings of a farce complete with slamming doors and people hiding secrets There s a lot of mixed messages, absurd situations, and dastardly deeds Then there s a very satisfactory endings And there s a possibility of since all the secrets were not revealed and some are perilously close to disastrous revelati [...]


  13. Second in a very promising series, this story takes us back to the town of Little Dipperton I just love the quaint names for English villages Honeychurch Hall is a stately hall and the Countess Dowager and her son and his wife are trying very hard to maintain it When the town finds out that a highspeed rail line is proposed to come through the town and that woodlands and farms are at risk, they bond together to stop it from happening Along the way we have murders and secrets that are almost rev [...]


  14. The rumor mill is working overtime and it s believed that there s going to be a rail going through the town It would destroy half the homes and the property values of the rest So, there s a major protest going on to stop it Kat and her mother are right in the middle of all the action.The problem with this book was that the constant bickering between Kat and her mother wasn t humorous or amusing, just annoying It distracted from the main story.


  15. Bought this book because I like british crime mysteries Didn t realize, it was the 2nd book of a series To tell the truth it bored me zo death I thought it was a fun read, but unfortunately I didn t enjoy it one bit Sorry.


  16. Title Deadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall Honeychurch Hall Mystery Book 2Author Hannah DennisonPublisher St Martin s PressPublished 5 5 2015Pages 303Genre Mystery, Thrillers SuspenseSub Genre Amateur Sleuths British Cozy ISBN 0781250007803ASIN B00P5JNC0GReviewed For NetGalley and St Martin s PressReviewer DelAnneRating 4.5 StarsDeadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall is the second charming and witty whodunit in Hannah Dennison s amazing cozy series Set at an English manor house, fans of British myster [...]


  17. Slightly better than Murder at Honeychurch Hall The relationship between Kat and her mother, Iris, is very frustrating and I found that I would rather read about Eric and his latest scheme than sit through mother daughter sniping.The murder mystery itself was interesting However the addition of new characters didn t help my enjoyment of the book While I found Valentine and his rapport with Kat a positive, it was over too quickly.Lavinia plays if a prominent role in this story, and I am findin [...]


  18. I love the covers of Hannah Dennison s Honeychurch Hall series prettily rendered landscapes of the stately pile set in idyllic fields with horses and dogs prominently featured Downton Abbey downsized is the expectation they set up for readers And the popularity of the TV series has certainly infused Book Two in the Honeychurch Hall series There s even an actress who fakes her identity to get a servant s job at the Hall so she can find out about real life amongst the nobility and then score a rol [...]


  19. After my dad died, he told me to take care of my mother This kind of sloppy attention to detail shows up than once In this example, the narrator s father did not make an appearance as a ghost He made the request before he died.Does the author really not know when to use lie lay lain and when to use lay laid Or sit set The errors were both distracting and detracting.


  20. A quick cozy English mystery with developing characters in this second book of the series The author s description of Honeychurch Hall and village of Little Dipperton grounded me in the book and the fast paced dialogue kept me interested This series is perfect for a winter time read with a cup of tea.


  21. This reads a little like a novel than a mystery The murder takes place late in the book A very enjoyable series though I ve already ordered 3 The dialog is amusing while still being natural The character development is also good without feeling like you are just reading bio after bio.


  22. Irritating characters who squabble endlessly in a mostly boring book.Also annoying that the author does not know the difference between laying and lying Used incorrectly throughout along with other grammatical errors.









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