"What a delight to escape into the world of the irrepressible Poppy Denby in this cleverly-plotted debut." -- Ruth Downie author of the Medicus series
"An intriguing mystery, fizzing with energy." --C.F. Dunn author of Mortal Fire
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Loved this book, and read it pretty much in one sitting. Unputdownable, gripping, and I also learnt tons about the era it was written it.Published 4 months ago by Ms. H. Forbes
Social history and crime are a favourite genres for me and The Jazz Files did not fail to enthrall me. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Margaret Kazmierczak
It’s the summer of 1920. Charlie Chaplin is in London promoting ‘The Kid’. The Jazz Age is just picking up the tempo of its swing. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Paul Alkazraji
The Jazz Files by FIona Veitch Smith is set in 1920 and introduces Poppy Denby, a budding journalist, who's thrown into the deep end on her first day when one of the journalists... Read morePublished 5 months ago by K A Hitchins
Excellent Historical mystery from a British author (which is of course a real boon for me), set in the midst of the Jazz Age. Read morePublished 6 months ago by English Lady
I enjoyed reading this story. Poppy Denby goes to stay with her aunt (a former actress and Suffragette) and her previous staid life changes. Read morePublished 8 months ago by carolb
Perhaps I had too high expectations of this book. Both the cover and the blurb looked stylish and fun, but I don’t think it is either. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Isobel Henry-Rufus
A sparkling historical romp through 1920s London, with a delightful heroine - Northern Methodist girl turned journalist, then detective. Read morePublished 9 months ago by P. Linton