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review The Intrigue at Highbury: Or, Emma's Match (A Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mystery) 100 è Tiffany has vowed to get revenge on her half sister and her boyfriend for killing her father Shon and her long time lover Sali But first Tiffany has to stay low until the dust settles Tired of being slept on and disrespecS with of her father’s former associates settles old debts and rebuilds her father’s drug reign in Virginia Her reach soon spreads to Charlotte and Memphis But Tiffany won’t be happy until she finds Kanika and Tyrell There are people who are willing to help Tiffany seek the just revenge that she’s been craving for yea. 35 rounded to 4 There were times i had problems struggling reading Maybe it has to do with what's going on in the world Been awhile since ive read this series

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Streets Rasheeda not only runs an elite escort service and a hot nightclub on the Virginia Beach strip but she’s also one of the major cocaine distributors in the Mid Atlantic Rasheeda takes Tiffany under her wing and introduces her to the side of the game that Shon had never revealed to his daughter Soon Tiffany reconnect. Gearing up for the new release by Carrie Bebris I decided to revisit one of my favorite books in the Darcy Elizabeth mystery series First reading 6142012Second reading 6182015

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The Intrigue at Highbury Or Emma's Match A Mr and Mrs Darcy MysteryTiffany has vowed to get revenge on her half sister and her boyfriend for killing her father Shon and her long time lover Sali But first Tiffany has to stay low until the dust settles Tired of being slept on and disrespected she meets Rasheeda one of her father’s former associates who is also one of the baddest women in the. It is a truth universally acknowledged that in Carrie Bebris’ clever Jane Austen inspired mysteries whenever Mr and Mrs Darcy embark on a carriage journey across England they are sure to end up investigating murder in a country village inhabited by some one or other of Jane Austen’s characters from one of her novels This truth has become so well fixed in minds of her fans that we consider this devise our rightful property and any deviations would be insupportable Happily her fifth book in the series iThe Intrigue at Highbury Or Emma’s Match does not disappoint opening with the Darcy’s traveling to Sussex to visit recently married cousins Colonel and Anne Fitzwilliam In Surrey along the London Road their carriage is hailed by a young woman in distress just outside the village of Highbury What starts out as an act of kindness by the Darcy’s uickly turns into a clever con by highwaymen who assault their coachmen and relieve the Darcy’s of their possessions Determined to report the crime and recovery their family heirlooms the Darcy’s seek out the parish magistrate Mr George Knightley who is having problems of his own He and his new bride the former Miss Emma Woodhouse are entertaining a large party at Donwell Abbey in honor of friends Jane Fairfax and Frank Churchill’s recent London wedding Among the out of town guests are Col and Mrs Campbell newlyweds Mr and Mrs Peter Dixon and Mr Edgar Churchill the bridegroom’s adoptive father Many of the Highbury set are in attendance including Miss Bates a woman of a certain age and no fortune whom Emma has taken it upon herself to rescue from Mrs Augusta Elton’s misguided matchmaking by introducing her to several illegible bachelors The party is a great success until Frank’s father Mr Churchill has a bit too much to drink promptly becomes ill and unexpectedly dies There is nothing like a corpse at a party to uickly uell the merriment of a celebration Emma’s grand event has become the most infamous dinner party in Highbury history and for all the wrong reasons Moreover Mr Perry the apothecary suspects murder by poisoning and Mr Knightley agrees Arriving at Donwell Abbey on the night of the ill fated party the Darcy’s relay the criminal events of the evening to Mr Knightley who now has two crimes to solve It is not long before they both see connections between the highway robbery and the murder and join forces to solve both crimes High on their list on possible suspects in Mr Churchill’s death is his son Frank Even though he is to inherit the Churchill fortune other blood relatives could supersede him and dark family secrets are looming On the other front itinerant gypsies could be responsible for the robbery and are uickly connected to newly arrived peddler Hiram Deal who seems to have an abundant supply of merchandise and ample stock of gypsie elixirs potent enough to have killed Mr Churchill Throw in charades riddles secret anagrams plot twists red herrings and many memorable characters old and new and you have one fast paced witty whodunit that is sure to keep you guessing until the last page Readers of Jane Austen’s novel Emma will recognize similarities in the underlying plot to our modern murder mysteries Filled with charades riddles word games secret engagements and the speculation surrounding Jane Fairfax’s gift pianoforte of all of Austen’s novels Emma lends itself seamlessly to a continuation with a full mystery plot Carrie Bebris’ skill at mining the original narrative for interesting coincidences to supplement her new story is amazing In fear of spoilers I will not divulge my discoveries but slyly allude to the fact that Mr Knightley never liked Frank Churchill and was always suspect of his motives while others in the Highbury community could see no fault That has not changed Neither has the Austenesue wit as I found myself laughing at Mr Woodhouse’s continued anxiety over other’s health and safety Miss Bates’ endless chatter and the Mrs Elton vs Mrs Knightley showdown over who would secure a beau for Miss Bates first absolutely hysterical Unlike the other novels in the Mr and Mrs Darcy Mystery Series the Darcy’s take an eual role in sleuthing with the Knightley’s and both the men and ladies as pairs doubled the pace of the investigation As always Bebris’ historical research and inclusion of medical matters poisons and gypsie culture in the Regency era was uite impressive If she is fibbing she is a credit to her profession Bebris has surpassed herself offering her finest novel in the Mr and Mrs Darcy Mystery Series yet The Intrigue at Highbury will captivate Austen and mystery fans with its briskly paced continuation of Austen’s Emma infused with enough sharp wit clever underpinnings devious relations and fearsome gypsie attacks for the most diehard fans However I will withhold my highest praise and strongest prejudice for the next novel in the series when the Darcy’s travel to the seaside and meet the characters from Persuasion Yay Men in blue LaLaure Ann Austenprose