Review “Mrs. Jeffries Delivers The Goods” by Emily Brightwell


By Emily Brightwell

Picking up a Mrs. Jeffries book is like wrapping yourself in a warm blanket on a cold night; it absolutely comforts you.

In this latest installment from Emily Brightwell, “Mrs. Jeffries Delivers the Goods,” you will find yourself once again transported back to the scenic beauty and heart-thumping suspense that only Victorian England can provide. This time we head to the Wrexley Hotel. The Lighterman’s Ball is an annual event being held at the Wrexley, and the illustrious guest of honor is one, Stephen Bremmer. But when Stephen dies during the middle of the event, Inspector Witherspoon is called into action. It will take everyone’s participation to bring this killer to justice, and Mrs. Jeffries and the rest of the staff will need to work hard and put their heads together in order to solve this murder before the perpetrator(s) strike yet again.

Brightwell does her normal outstanding job of weaving together several motives and suspects, giving the reader many different paths this mystery could “walk” down. Fans will not only applaud this latest installment, but they will once again begin counting the months until Mrs. Jeffries reappears.

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