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Marriage Can Be Murder (Dr. Benjamin Bones Mysteries, #1) On the eve of World War II, Dr Benjamin Bones is at war with himself While most young men are being sent away to fight the Germans, Ben is chosen to serve on English soil Ordered to move to wild, beautiful Cornwall, he must trade his posh London office and stylish city life for the tiny village of Birdswing, population 1,221 souls But leaving his home and shelving his career ambitions aren t the only sacrifices facing Ben His unfaithful wife, Penny, is accompanying him to Cornwall in a last ditch effort to save their marriage But moments after their arrival, Penny is run down in the street, and Ben is almost fatally injured And while the villagers assume Penny s death to be an accident, Ben quickly deduces it was murder.As he convalesces in Fenton House, which the locals call haunted, Ben meets Birdswing s eccentric inhabitants Mr Gaston, the volunteer air warden, obsessed with defending his remote village against Nazi spies Mrs Cobblepot, a thoroughly practical housekeeper who believes in fairies and Lady Juliet Linton, a prickly, headstrong aristocrat who won t take no for an answer While adapting to life during Britain s War at Home, a time of ration books, victory gardens, bomb shelters, and the Blackout, Ben sets about solving the mystery of Penny s murder with a little help from Lady Juliet and the Fenton House ghost.MARRIAGE CAN BE MURDER Dr Benjamin Bones Mysteries 1 is the new cozy mystery series from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Emma Jameson. Read Marriage Can Be Murder (Dr. Benjamin Bones Mysteries, #1) by Emma Jameson – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Review written January 3, 2016 3.8 Stars Okeydokey and jolly good My new audiobook love is maybe cozy mystery crimance novels This was another very amusing treat Yay, I might have found my new book craving Marriage Can Be Murder is yet again an historical cozy mystery audiobook in my taste This time a 8 hours early World War II set and nicely developed adventure in a small Cornwall village Very pleasant narrated by Matthew Lloyd Davies who I recognize from some M M romances.Just myste Review written January 3, 2016 3.8 Stars Okeydokey and jolly good My new audiobook love is maybe cozy mystery crimance novels This was another very amusing treat Yay, I might have found my new book craving Marriage Can Be Murder is yet again an historical cozy mystery audiobook in my taste This time a 8 hours early World War II set and nicely developed adventure in a small Cornwall village Very pleasant narrated by Matthew Lloyd Davies who I recognize from some M M romances.Just mystery joy and a touch o...

  2. Quite enchanting historical cozy.

  3. I found this Mystery book better than Sherlock Holmes A lot of twists and turns and keeps you guessing, love it

  4. Can you say that a charming cozy mystery is still a good read Because Emma Jameson has created one such with Marriage Can Be Murder Call me a sucker for historical stories but this one was set on the eve of World War II as Dr Benjamin Bones travels to a small village where he will serve as physician Traveling with him his wife, who he has found to not be suited to being the wife of a country doctor I brief stop during the notorious blackouts of that period ends badly for the wife who is Can you say that a charming cozy mystery is still a good read Because Emma Jameson has created one such with Marriage Can Be Murder Call me a sucker for historical stories but this one was set on the eve of World War II as Dr Benjamin Bones travels to a small village where he will serve as phy...

  5. I was gifted a copy of Marriage can be Murder by Emma Jameson, in exchange for an honest review.I started reading Marriage can be Murder unsure with what I ll be getting, as this was my first book from Emma Jameson I couldn t put the book down, wanting NEEDING to know This story was filled with suspense, leaving me gu...

  6. I liked this, but sadly not as much as I hoped I would For some reason I didn t get the feel of it being early wartime even though there were all the wartime bits the ARP Warden the blackouts, etcAnd the annoying thing is that I don t quite know why The writing is lovely and some of the characters are really detailed and engaging but somehow it didn t gel with me I will put it aside and give it another go later on maybe it s just me probably is, as this has some wonderful review I liked this, but sadly not a...

  7. I m a big fan of mysteries, and this one did not disappoint.The book is set in England in 1939 during WWII Dr Benjamin Bones and his wife, Penny, who are on the verge of divorce, are being sent to her hometown of Birdswing due to the war, and how the government is working to have doctors in practical locations so no town goes without.Penny feels that this will help their marriage, but Ben is thinking on the drive there that nothing can save it Their car breaks down and again, due to the war, I m a big fan of mysteries, and this one did not disappoint.The book is set in England in 1939 during WWII Dr Benjamin Bones and his wife, Penny, who are on the verge of divorce, are being sent to her hometown of Birdswing due to the war, and how the government is working to have doctors in practical locations so no town goes without.Penny feels that this will help their marriage, but Ben is thinking on the drive there that nothing can save ...

  8. I have read a couple of Emma Jameson s Lord Hetheridge mystery series and liked them well enough, but this new book of hers is head and shoulders above her detective series.Dr Benjamin Bones and his wife, Penny who is not a very nice person are sent to a small village in Cornwall for the duration of WWII The very night they arrive, a truck deliberately runs them both down, killing Penny and breaking both of Ben s legs.Welcome to Cornwall.Dr Bones recovers with the help of the villagers I have read a couple of Emma Jameson s Lord Hetheridge mystery series and liked them well enough, but this new book of hers is head and shoulders above her detective series.Dr Benjam...

  9. I didn t really know what to expect from this book when I first started In the end, I m super glad that I read this book because it was absolutely amazing it was real page turner and the plot kept me hooked until the very end I haven t read that many mysteries lately but I have to say, this has to be one of the best ones I ve ever read I also liked the characters a lot, especially Dr Bones and Lady Juliet They were just speaking to me But I recommend this book to everybody whole heartedly I didn t really know what to expect from this book when I first started In the end, I m super glad that I read this book bec...

  10. Took me long enough to read this book It s not my go to genre, so I guess it has a lot to do with this fact I m not used to reading Mysteries, especially not Historical ones I enjoyed it Both MC Dr Ben Bones and Lady Juliet Linton were smart and entertaining I really wished for something to happen between them but it only shows how many romance novels I ve been reading, trying to hook up any couple I can find I gotta say the Mystery was muchcomplex than I thought would be Took me long enough to read this book It s not my go to genre, so I guess it has a lot to do with this fact I m not used to reading Mysteries, especially not Historical ones I enjoyed it Both MC Dr Ben Bones and Lady Juliet Linton were smart and entertaining I really wished for something to happen between them but it only shows how many romance novels I ve been reading, trying to hook up any couple I can find I gotta say the Mystery was muchcomplex than I thought would be But I wish we hadclues along the way before the big reveal.Dr Benjamin Bones and his unfaithful wife Penny are driving up from London to the village Penny grew up in Birdswing It s the eve of WWII, and though many men are wanted at the front, Ben...