Rose McQuinn has agreed to help her neighbour, Mrs. Lawer, by delivering what she claims to be a family legacy to her only living relative. But Rose’s philanthropic journey takes a turn towards the dangerous when she herself is attacked on a train and Mrs. Lawer and her maid are found dead upon her return to Edinburgh. Investigating further, Rose finds links to Royal history, the theatre world, and her own home in Solomon’s Tower. Balancing the murder investigation along with her obligations to family and friends, Rose discovers ties that seem to reveal that the past has not completely left the present.
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Thoroughly enjoyed this book
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Thoroughly enjoyed this book and will certainly buy more in the series
What was one of the most memorable moments of Deadly Legacy?
there are a few
What does Emma D'Inverno bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
easy listening to enjoy the story
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not too blood thirsty but will look forward to the next book in the series
Difficult to get into but worth persisting
It was too slow and too frustrating for me. There was an interesting story there but it was almost lost in a jumble of words and pointless nonsense. It would have been much improved by a different narrator, this one had an unfortunate voice and was very hard to listen to despite reading competently.