From Georgette Heyer, it was an easy hop to another set of old favorites: Kate Ross’s Julian Kestrel mysteries, Cut to the Quick and A Broken Vessel. These Regency-set mysteries are pitch-perfect when it comes to both setting and character and it makes me terribly sad to know that there will never be more than four. No one writes Regency mystery quite like Kate Ross….
What have you been reading this week?
p.s. I nearly forgot to mention: it’s Mischief of the Mistletoe month on The Bubblebath Reader! Want to chat about Turnip, Arabella, and the myriad uses of Christmas pudding? Just pop over there to join the discussion….