NOW IN ONE VOLUME—THREE VICTORIAN MYSTERIES FEATURING MRS. JEFFRIES
A DETECTIVE IN THE HOUSE
Everyone’s awed by Inspector Witherspoon’s Scotland Yard successes, but they don’t know about his secret weapon. Her name is Mrs. Jeffries, and she keeps house for the Inspector—and keeps him on his toes. No matter how messy the murder or how dirty the deed, her polished detection skills are up to the task. Because as she knows all too well, a crimesolver’s work is never done…
Mrs. Jeffries Plays the Cook
When a dead body turns up, Mrs. Jeffries winds up doing double-duty: cooking for the household—and trying to cook a killer’s goose…
Mrs. Jeffries and the Missing Alibi
It’s one of the most brazen murders anyone can remember—and Inspector Witherspoon has become the main suspect. Now it’s up to Mrs. Jeffries to clear her boss’s good name…
Mrs. Jeffries Stands Corrected
When a local publican is murdered, Inspector Witherspoon finally takes Mrs. Jeffries’s advice to trust his own instincts. But as he narrows down the suspects, Mrs. Jeffries and her staff must solve the case before he ruins his career—and theirs…
About the Author
Emily Brightwell is the New York Times bestselling author of the Victorian Mystery series featuring Inspector Witherspoon and Mrs. Jeffries.
What People are Saying About This
PRAISE FOR THE MRS. JEFFRIES MYSTERIES...
“It’s murder most English all the way!”—The Literary Times
“The Miss Marple of Victorian mystery.”—The Paperback Forum
“Entertaining mysteries.”—Midwest Book Review
“Full of humor, suspense, adventure, and touches of romance…Delightful.” —Rendezvous
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I thought this was the best 3-in-1 omni yet. I read all three at once because I couldn't put them down! The interplay between the characters is what makes this series so addicting. The stories are very simple in each one--although the whodunnit isn't always easy to figure out--but it is what's going on in the background that keeps the pages turning. Things like Barnes new shoes killing his poor feet every step of the way, the cook having to take care of her aunt and thus leaving the staff and Inspector Witherspoon to suffer some really awful awful trial and error meals, etc. As I write this review I can see where the series might sound silly and simplistic to the point of boredom to many, but it's not. Good mysteries, a touch of humor, some romance--great series. Highly recommend you give this series a try.