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Murder at Ravenrock (Rachel Markham Mystery Series Book 2) by [Kolleri, PB]
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About the Author

Prior to her success as a bestselling author, she had an international corporate career spanning fifteen years. She began publishing her work on Amazon.com for the benefit of her friends, and swiftly went on to become a bestselling author on Amazon under the 'British Detectives' category. Released in January 2013, her first book Murder at Rutherford Hall went straight to the Top Ten, in its category, where it stayed for 12 weeks straight and then was picked up by print publishers. It hit bookstores in several countries around the globe. Despite her bestseller status, she considers herself as 'a writer in progress.' Murder at Rutherford Hall marked the beginning of a series of entertaining whodunits set in 1940's - 1950's England, which she considers a loving tribute to her all time favorite author in this genre - Agatha Christie. She manages to write books whenever she gets some free time from her full-time job of being a mom to her three year old daughter and three dogs. She has written and published 3 books in this series in 2013.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 774 KB
  • Print Length: 228 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1482721635
  • Publisher: Notion Press (10 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DVKKPRO
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,154 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love the characters and the storylines of these books, but I don't like the bad punctuation and use of American slang. The British aristocracy (especially in the forties) would not use words like 'gotten' and terms like 'fess up'. There are far too many commas, and in the wrong places. It interferes with the flow of the words in your head. I think someone should be proof reading these books and researching the English language better than they are currently doing. There is an overuse of the word 'tad' too, plus the author does not appear to know that tad means a bit therefore does not need to use both in the same sentence ie ' ‘Aren’t you being a tad bit harsh on the man, dear'.
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Another fantastic read by this author. Just love all the links within the story and the introduction of new characters, liked Duke Wellingtons involvement in the book. Well done Rachel in solving the mystery. A big Five star read.
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I have read two of these books now and found the plots good and entertaining. However this is supposed to take place in England just after the second war. We DO not use the term gotten here we do not call policemen of any rank detective this is only an American term . We do not refer to judges as Judge Wilson the correct name would be Mr Justice Wilson.neither do we refer to vicars as vicar Griffin we say the Reverend Griffin. Also in 1940 there was no such title for women as Ms that came decades later. With a bit more research by the author about this country and expressions used her this would be a good series of books.
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This has a good plot but there are many inaccuracies and becomes obvious that the book is written by an American author,she really should have done more research as to the rank of detective officers in the UK. I found it of a slightly irritating read as it just made me start to see the Americanisms which didn't gel with her attempts to use some words that were basically British. I felt it should have been proof-read by a British proof-reader who would have spotted the errors.
I have given up on attempting to read the rest of her books too irritating.
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By Gleaf on 13 Sept. 2013
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I bought it as it was a Kindle recommendation and within the first couple of pages knew that was a mistake. Cliché ridden prose, irritating Americanisms in an English country house mystery, such as gotten instead of got, exhibit instead of exhibition and careless anachronisms such as a marina years before the first was built in England. Better than her previous Murder at Rutherford Hall but that is not saying a lot!
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Thoroughly enjoyable and interesting detail about the area Encourages the reader to read more by the author no time to write more
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Move over Tommy and Tuppence, a new team is on the case.
Another page turner, trouble is housework has not been done, children left hungry as I HAD to finish the book first.
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Interesting story in a picturesque setting. A very attractive detective team. Someone should remove 90 per cent of the commas, as they slow down the flow of the narrative,
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