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summary Indian Summer (Mirabelle Bevan Mystery #7) , series Indian Summer (Mirabelle Bevan Mystery #7) , book Indian Summer (Mirabelle Bevan Mystery #7) , pdf Indian Summer (Mirabelle Bevan Mystery #7) , Indian Summer (Mirabelle Bevan Mystery #7) d252679c6e Brighton, Mirabelle Bevan Can T Resist A Cry For Help, Be It The Little Girl At A Seaside Sanatorium Who Is Getting Bullied Or The Strange Behaviour Of Uma, The Indian Nurse Who Is Looking After Her Intrigued She Soon Finds Herself Drawn Into A Spider S Web Of Connections Between An Upmarket Brothel, Local Priest Father Grogan, A Man S Body Washed Up On Brighton Beach And A Missing Nursing SisterAttracted To Handsome Police Doctor, Chris Williams, Mirabelle Is Determined To Finally Put Her Love Affair With Jack Duggan Behind Her And Recover From The Betrayal Of Superintendent Alan McGregor, But The Police Force In Brighton Is Undergoing A Sea Change That Keeps Leading Her Back To The Sanatorium At The Epicentre Of A Spate Of Brutal Killings And Very Soon It Becomes Apparent Mirabelle Is In Much Danger Than She Realises With Sharp Blows Delivered For Gender And Racial Equality, Sheridan S Story Builds To A Chilling Climax Daily Mail

10 thoughts on “Indian Summer (Mirabelle Bevan Mystery #7)

  1. says:

    I have been with Mirabelle from the beginning and here I am with her in her seventh book I have to say it is good to be back, but this is not a book to start the series with, go back and start from the beginning, you will understand the characters, their past and their current dynamics far that plunging straight in halfway through.It is 1957, and the heat of the summer has yet to dissipate in Brighton.Mirabelle is intrigued by a little girl sat on a bench just near her apartment, this girl is from London but she is recovering at a convalescent home for children so they can benefit from the sea air The little girl keeps running away from this home and it appears she may be being bullied.Returning her, Mirabelle discovers Uma, a nurse with a past and who seems rather distracted by what is going on in the home Mirabelle s intrigue is further piqued when the local priest ends up dead she is found with the body.Mirabelle appears to be very vulnerable in this novel, she is still coming to terms with the end of her relationship with McGregor, Vesta her assistant is caught up with family life and her new baby and even fellow colleague Bill seems distracted Mirabelle feels she is very much on her own and when Dr Chris Williams pays her some attention, he seems the perfect escape but what is he hiding and is he too good to be true.Mirabelle is still pulled back to the home and the nurses, and when a nurse disappears she cannot leave well alone Trouble is Mirabelle likes a mystery but she appears to be hindering other operations going on in Brighton, both legal and illegal.Can Mirabelle survive or will everyone she knows betray her and she will be left to face the consequences alone.This is an excellent novel and is as strong as the first in the series I was hooked from the beginning, my mind making all sorts of conclusions to what was going on in that home and what a dead priest and a missing nurse had to do it will all As the book reached its claustrophobic denouement, I was right not to have trusted some of the characters but was completely way off on what was really going on.I heartily recommend this book and the series as a whole If you want to read some great fiction which knocks holes in the glass ceiling of equality in all its diverse forms then this is an author and series for you.

  2. says:

    There were elements of the story that I liked, but I found Mirabelle quite confusing For most of book the author had her behaving strangely for no real reason At times she seemed to be verging on alcoholism Her relationship with Vesta was quite strained and her love life was just annoying.As for the investigation, that wasn t great, for most of the story Mirabelle wasn t on top form and seemed to just drift along without getting anywhere There was an improvement towards the end, but I thought the actual ending left too many loose ends, in fact it almost felt like the author was giving up on the series.If possible I would have given 2.5 stars.

  3. says:

    Bevan works through a priest murder in a women s world.Mirabella senses an issue and starts down her intriguing journey watching a priest The story develops into a complex who dunit and why.Mirabella s personal life is messy and somehow as she untangles her independent but sometimes lonely life the story unfolds.A number of questions arise with moral dilemmas which are twisted by the need for secrecy Did the nurses do the right thing Did outlawed issues drive lawful people into difficult unlawful situations Does the book represent a society with dual morality that exposed in 50s Interesting read

  4. says:

    It s the first book i read in this series and I m happy I requested it because it s engaging and entertaining.I liked the plot, the well written characters and the setting.The cast of characters is interesting even if they re not always likable, the setting is lovely and I liked the descriptions.The mystery was ok, no plot hole, and it kept me guessing till the end.Recommended Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.

  5. says:

    Another great addition to the Mirabelle Bevan series Mirabelle investigates the murder of a priest and disappearance of a sister Superintendent McGregor and Vesta also make a reappearance.

  6. says:

    Can t ever take Mirabelle for granted she continues to grow

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