Something Blue

Something Blue Anthony Hetheridge ninth baron of Wellegrave and chief superintendent for New Scotland Yard will marry Kate Wakefield in three weeks It s inevitable the invitations are out the flowers are ordered

  • Title: Something Blue
  • Author: Emma Jameson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Anthony Hetheridge, ninth baron of Wellegrave and chief superintendent for New Scotland Yard, will marry Kate Wakefield in three weeks It s inevitable the invitations are out, the flowers are ordered, the cake is chosen But murder waits for no man, and no wedding.In London s prestigious West End, a disgraced CEO has been murdered at Hotel Nonpareil, an exclusive destinaAnthony Hetheridge, ninth baron of Wellegrave and chief superintendent for New Scotland Yard, will marry Kate Wakefield in three weeks It s inevitable the invitations are out, the flowers are ordered, the cake is chosen But murder waits for no man, and no wedding.In London s prestigious West End, a disgraced CEO has been murdered at Hotel Nonpareil, an exclusive destination No one, it seems, liked Michael Martin Hughes Not his estranged wife, Thora, or his defiant son, Griffin Not Hotel Nonpareil s manager, its head of security, or perhaps even the other two women in Hughes s life his future bride, Arianna, or his other girlfriend, Riley Still ominously, before Hughes died, he incurred the wrath of a potentially unforgiving foe Sir Duncan Godington, longtime nemesis of both CS Hetheridge and DS Deepal Paul Bhar.For the first time, CS Hetheridge, Kate and Bhar find themselves under tremendous pressure to uncover the killer in the shortest time frame ever Has Scotland Yard, not to mention Downing Street, lost confidence in Hetheridge Will the murder conviction rest on hard forensic evidence, a mountain of circumstantial details, or an impulsive theft Find out by returning to the world of ICE BLUE and BLUE MURDER in SOMETHING BLUE, the third mystery featuring Lord Hetheridge, Kate Wakefield and Paul Bhar.

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    2 thoughts on “Something Blue

    1. Something Blue, the third book in the Lord and Lady Hetheridge series was a quick read but not much of a mystery. The series has promise but the chemistry seems to have fallen off. I was hoping by the third book that there would be more mystery and crime solving rather than romance. The author just doesn’t quite find the right balance of mystery and relationship development. Most of the characters are one-dimensional, Bhar is his same childish self and he and his silly mother are my least favo [...]

    2. This is an odd mashup of a modern-day Downton Abbey and a police procedural, featuring:-A lot of tangential soap opera of wildly varying degrees of frothiness or seriousness, and I mean a lot - for example, the opening of the book features three Scotland Yard detectives rushing to their secretary's bedside because they're all discombobulated by the fact that she wasn't around to order them in a cooked breakfast, because she's broken-hearted by the lead detective getting engaged to one of his sub [...]

    3. Another great installment in the series. Loved how well it flows, how witty it is, and in general easy to read. Though it's not THAT easy for me, because some of the British nuances are lost on me Though it doesn't discourage me anymore :) I just take it as it is. Like the previous one, we got 3 POVs, Tony, Kate and Paul (Bahr). Paul's POV adds another layer to the crime solving, and since Tony and Kate's romance takes a very small part, it really doesn't interfere with anything really, it's jus [...]

    4. I found this book to be quite delightful. An engaging group of characters who work well together without rancor. They actually rely on brain power rather than brawn to resolve murder. I have not read any of the other books in the series but will put it on my must read list. It is set in London which in itself gives me a reason to have an interest after residing their for a number of years.I have rated this book 4.5 stars.I obtained this book from in Kindle format.Thank you Frank

    5. "Something Blue" is another wonderful mystery in the Lord and Lady Hetheridge series. Emma Jameson never fails to please with her delightful cast of characters and engaging stories.

    6. This is book #3 in the Lord and Lady Hetheridge Murder Mystery Series. It revolves around a Scotland Yard Homicide Detective Superintendent and Detective Sergeant Kate Wakefield who works under his command, as well as other regular characters. As tightly written and suspenseful mystery writing, I have to say that this book (and the previous two books in the series) cannot be given high marks. The cases seem slow and plodding, and I have difficulty caring about the outcome. Despite all that, I wi [...]

    7. Once again, Emma gives us the people we’ve grown to love, and those we may come to dislike intensely. It is helpful to have read the other books in the series to truly enjoy Something Blue, but the story stands on its own, and is extremely entertaining.Particularly interesting to an American like myself is the pervasive nature of the class structure in Great Britain. While obviously, snobbery is also rampant in the U. S the general consensus is that it’s not a good thing. If we didn’t feel [...]

    8. I was given this book by Emma Jameson just because she is a great person!I would give this installment 4.5 stars if I could.I have to say as much as I love the main characters in these books, I hated the people that were introduced but then I am supposed to; thankfully most of them do not have a happy ending. One of my favorite things about the book was originally one that confused me the most. I know that Kate is a cop and not interested in the froofy part of life but I couldn’t understand wh [...]

    9. I'll confess a bit of joy every time a Lord and Lady Hetherbridge book is released. They're not deep books, but hey have lovely characters and it is a great joy to step into their world for a little while. In this one, Kate and Hetherbridge are very firmly on the path to the altar, but their work -- and murder -- doesn't stop just because there are festivities in the offing. Bhar is back as well, and some of the funniest scenes in the book concern him and the moment when his world goes just a bi [...]

    10. There's just something about this series. I just love it. I'm really not sure why. But once I start one of these, I just can't put it down.I love the characters and the mysteries are appealing. In this edition, Lord and Lady Hetheridge finally actually become Lord and Lady Hetheridge. Can't wait til #4!

    11. Loved it, as well as the two prior booksPicky s I am, I can't get over how much I loved the firs three of the Lord & Lady Hetheridge series. Found myself laughing out loud and enjoying the characters and their interpersonal relationships. Start with Emma Jameson's #1 and you'll be hooked. Can't wait for #4 to appear.

    12. There is not very much detecting in the story - no presentation of clues and red herrings to be sifted through and the problem solved. Introduction of a series of increasingly unbelievable characters, finally selecting one at random to be the murder.

    13. A most satisfying British police procedural. Jameson's characterizations are very good, their interactions plausible, and the action moves along at a nice clip.

    14. Back to the world of the Scotland Yard homicide team generally called in on cases involving London's upper crust (because the Chief Superintendent and team leader is the ninth baron of Welgrave, Lord Anthony Hetheridge). Also on the team are Kate Wakefield (Tony's reluctant fianceé) and Paul Bhar. This is the third in a fun mystery series, in part both crime fiction and cozy mystery.The CEO of a multinational oil corporation has been murdered. The serial killer Sir Duncan Godington is again in [...]

    15. I actually find this series dull and anti-climactic, but I keep reading the next book - possibly because they should have all been edited down into one larger novel with (hopefully) an exciting finale just around the corner. I do also wish that Kate was 5-10 years older - I think it is a missed opportunity to explore how her gender and family commitments would have held her back in a way her male counterpart does not experience. I also wish that she was less conventionally attractive as it is AL [...]

    16. Very enjoyable reading!!Really love reading these books! Looking forward to next one. But please give Duncan his due this time! It's time for a new antagonist! Beating a dead horse so to speak is tiresome. This fabulous trio needs a new direction and cause. They need fresh meat to chew up. Duncan has run his course and you are too good a writer to kill in his quagmire! Thank you for Lord and Lady H. and Bhar!!

    17. Didn't really do it for me, this one.I struggled to engage with any of the characters and found most of them to be almost like caricatures rather than believable people.The story didn't grip me either and I found myself not really caring who did it, or why. I hate to not finish any book though so I did stick with it, although I'm sad to say I was tempted to give up more than once.Perhaps I should've read the series from the start. That may be the secret

    18. A decent police procedural about a poisoning at a posh hotel and the tracking down of the suspects. A second poisoning leads to the arrest of a woman who admits the second one but not the first. The chief suspect as to who really did the first is a long time foe of Lord Hetheridge of course. We learn more about Lady Hetheridge's family as she becomes the Lady. It is a fairly easy and decent read.

    19. The "Blue" detective seriesI read all three books in the Hetheridge detective series and found them very engaging and enjoyable. It's a wonderful love story about a most unlikely couple who are most involved in their professional lives as police officers. If you like crime mysteries and love stories, you'll love these books.

    20. Number three keeps the streak goingSo far I have really enjoyed this series, and Something Blue does a fine job of continuing the streak, and the lives of our favorite detecting couple, Tony and Kate. More murder, and difficult relatives, combine to keep matters boiling as we try to get them safely married.

    21. Extremely intriguingA murder suspense novel with a romantic touch. Keeps flowing seemlessly whilst darting between the case in question and the soon to be newlyweds' individual family lives

    22. Excellent continuation of this seriesLove Tony and Kate's ongoing romance. Its great how Tony has accepted Kate's nephew and brother into his home. Ghastly relatives like Kate's mother and sister! I wish they would go away as much as I wish Vic would disappear.

    23. TerrificI had to purchase book 2 & 3. To finish off the initial storyline but, it was well worth it!

    24. Good bookLittle to much on relationships than mystery. I hope the next one deals more with the mystery. Still did enjoy the book

    25. Great!Another enjoyable read in the series which does not disappoint by the fourth book! Will definitely continue reading this author.

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