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  1. 4 out of 5

    Vicki

    I think part of my reason for giving most (or maybe all) of these books 5 stars is due to my "relationship" with all the characters. The mysteries are so intriguing and adorable because of Janet and Joan. They just are too fun and remind me of myself with my sisters (Janice and Judy) if we were to live together. I've watched the Markham sisters from their retirement, to buying the B&B, to getting into solving mysteries, to having boyfriends, to getting married, and it's just been a fun ride. The I think part of my reason for giving most (or maybe all) of these books 5 stars is due to my "relationship" with all the characters. The mysteries are so intriguing and adorable because of Janet and Joan. They just are too fun and remind me of myself with my sisters (Janice and Judy) if we were to live together. I've watched the Markham sisters from their retirement, to buying the B&B, to getting into solving mysteries, to having boyfriends, to getting married, and it's just been a fun ride. The mystery in this book (and series) is definitely not a thriller, nor blood and guts, and not even always murder, but the way the sisters approach it is just perfect for when you want something a little mysterious and a lot of quirkiness and fun. AND not to mention free on KU.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mystereity Reviews

    I've read the last what, 6 or 7 books? over the weekend so I'll sum them up here. I've enjoyed this series of quick little reads, all of them a good mystery without one murder or violent crime. I can't imagine that's easy to do but this series has done it remarkably well. With a picturesque setting, a cast of realistic and quirky townspeople and lots of intrigue, they're great to curl up with on a chilly autumn evening. I'll be sad to see this series end, but I'm looking forward to seeing it wrap I've read the last what, 6 or 7 books? over the weekend so I'll sum them up here. I've enjoyed this series of quick little reads, all of them a good mystery without one murder or violent crime. I can't imagine that's easy to do but this series has done it remarkably well. With a picturesque setting, a cast of realistic and quirky townspeople and lots of intrigue, they're great to curl up with on a chilly autumn evening. I'll be sad to see this series end, but I'm looking forward to seeing it wrap up. Will Edward really retire and take Janet on a whirlwind trip around the world? Will Janet sell her share of the B&B to Michael and Joan? Will Robert and Stacy settle down? Can't wait to see how it all pans out but it will be bittersweet. I'll miss the Markham sisters and their wholesome mysteries.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Cynthia

    Another visit to Doveby Dale There’s something interesting going on with me and this series. I have read them all (and all of the Aunt.Bessie series by this author.) I sometimes get bored with them but I keep reading. I guess I just enjoy visiting with the characters and the things that irritate me are small. There is too much repetition in all the books, and in this series, they Ring up Robert so often that the poor constable can’t have time for anything else. The frequent use of ‘he or she’ is Another visit to Doveby Dale There’s something interesting going on with me and this series. I have read them all (and all of the Aunt.Bessie series by this author.) I sometimes get bored with them but I keep reading. I guess I just enjoy visiting with the characters and the things that irritate me are small. There is too much repetition in all the books, and in this series, they Ring up Robert so often that the poor constable can’t have time for anything else. The frequent use of ‘he or she’ is grating to me. I suppose it’s an effort to not use the masculine pronoun all the time, which I appreciate, but there should be a better way. Now that I have gotten those thoughts written down, I’ll order the last book in the series and enjoy it, I’m sure.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Iris

    Just finished The Young Case Having read 25 of the 26 books in this series, I am still looking forward to #26 - The Zachary Case. It is to be the final case in this series. Edward is due to arrive soon and we will finally see where Janet Markham and he go from there. Meanwhile, Janet and Joan's husband have become more comfortable with each other. It has been fun to read about the sisters adventures since retirement and I sure hope a new series about them will begin in 2021. I am sure they will s Just finished The Young Case Having read 25 of the 26 books in this series, I am still looking forward to #26 - The Zachary Case. It is to be the final case in this series. Edward is due to arrive soon and we will finally see where Janet Markham and he go from there. Meanwhile, Janet and Joan's husband have become more comfortable with each other. It has been fun to read about the sisters adventures since retirement and I sure hope a new series about them will begin in 2021. I am sure they will still keep in touch with their friends Bessie and Doona who live on the Isle of Man. Thank you for these "novellas" Diana Xarissa!

  5. 5 out of 5

    A G A VAN DEN BOS

    YAKETY YAX. Another reticulated story involving considerable content from previous books of the series. What raises the rating a little for this book however is that there is at least a small (very small) amount of mystery, which has an almost surreal ending. Aside from the usual replays of the characters’ lives, this book revels in describing their various relationships. More typical of a romance novella than a mystery. Neither is there little mystery as to what is going to happen next in the s YAKETY YAX. Another reticulated story involving considerable content from previous books of the series. What raises the rating a little for this book however is that there is at least a small (very small) amount of mystery, which has an almost surreal ending. Aside from the usual replays of the characters’ lives, this book revels in describing their various relationships. More typical of a romance novella than a mystery. Neither is there little mystery as to what is going to happen next in the series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christine Goodnough

    Another delightful visit with the Markham sisters and friends. The mystery in this episode is pretty low-key; this is more a "continuing saga" with a number of human interest stories. How Stuart reacts when he discovers the extent of his wife's deception; how Stacey relates to her school-days friends; how she and Robert face the stresses between them; how Janet relates to her sister's new spouse-in-the-house, Michael. Lurking in the shadows is Edward's retirement and the effect his plans will hav Another delightful visit with the Markham sisters and friends. The mystery in this episode is pretty low-key; this is more a "continuing saga" with a number of human interest stories. How Stuart reacts when he discovers the extent of his wife's deception; how Stacey relates to her school-days friends; how she and Robert face the stresses between them; how Janet relates to her sister's new spouse-in-the-house, Michael. Lurking in the shadows is Edward's retirement and the effect his plans will have on Janet's future. I'm very curious how the writer will deal with this in the final book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Therese

    Best Story Yet! Another good one in this series. I think it's one of the best, too. It seems to move faster and naturally. The sisters, who have seemed a little stiff, are much more believable as close siblings. I am anxious for the final book in the series! I hope Janet and Edward live happily ever after!❤ Best Story Yet! Another good one in this series. I think it's one of the best, too. It seems to move faster and naturally. The sisters, who have seemed a little stiff, are much more believable as close siblings. I am anxious for the final book in the series! I hope Janet and Edward live happily ever after!❤

  8. 4 out of 5

    Charline Romine

    Don’t look in the carriage house. Another good suspense story. What is going on at the B& B? Breaking the lock on Stewart’s shed across the street. Some sneaking around. Some breaking into the carriage house. What is happening? Janet will finally figure it out, just wait and see.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Carolee DeWitt

    I am really enjoying these books. Posted review on previous book. I high recommend for a quick enjoyable read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sonja Lindquist

    I enjoy the characters and the plots. Interesting but low stress and gore.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lizabeth Tarr

    Great read I really appreciated the compassionate way that things were handled once the mystery was solved. I'm looking forward to the next book with Edward's visit! Great read I really appreciated the compassionate way that things were handled once the mystery was solved. I'm looking forward to the next book with Edward's visit!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    a really nice visit with the Markham sisters, can't wait to see the new direction the stories will take after we get to "Z"... a really nice visit with the Markham sisters, can't wait to see the new direction the stories will take after we get to "Z"...

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jain Ferdinand

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rondemott

  16. 4 out of 5

    Karen A. Bell

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mary Byrnes

  18. 5 out of 5

    carol cox

  19. 4 out of 5

    Linda Page

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mitze Nitzsche

  21. 4 out of 5

    sandy patrick

  22. 4 out of 5

    Marilee Fletcher

  23. 5 out of 5

    Puxico

  24. 4 out of 5

    kellie lach

  25. 5 out of 5

    kate severin

  26. 4 out of 5

    Angelika Wolf

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lesley Vellam

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jackie Skidmore

  29. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte Wales

  30. 5 out of 5

    Alison Humphries

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