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Apr 14, Caroline marked it as to-read Shelves: Trivia About Dark Road to Darj Living on the Cavendish tea plantation with the remnants of her husband’s family, Jane is consumed wi After eight idyllic months in the Mediterranean, Lady Julia Grey and her detective husband are ready to put their investigative talents to work once more.


Want to Read saving…. As always, Deanna Raybourn strikes the perfect balance between tension oh the delicious tension! I was thinking the other day that this series would not work half as beautifully if the POV alternated between Julia and Brisbane. It starts blithely enough, but the ending is really quite emotional. It is so soothing to have an author consistently come through for you.

With whom he doesn’t get on. Mad as a wet hen, Julia’s continued determination to prove her usefulness camuno Brisbane in his work sparks a disagreement that lasts throughout much of the novel as both are too stubborn to compromise on the subject. You must not look to the end of the road, Portia.


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It was definitely still worth the read and I did enjoy it. Again, an incredibly entertaining book in this series. So far, book 3 was my favorite. It boils down to – she is not trained to be a detective and he wants to keep her safe v. Having said that, I really love the way the author handles the stresses of marriage in this one. As one hopes only to help while the other tries only to protect.

The description of life and work on the plantation, and Anglo-Indian life in general, were as authentic as an amateur theatrical backdrop. The same goes for Julia…. In addition, most of the twists and turns of the storyline are obvious and there are few clues to the eventual explanation of events.

He reached for my plate and when I offered no resistance, helped himself to the remains of my fish. Definitely not the champagne of teas.

Dark Road to Darjeeling

Nearing the end of their wedding trip in the Mediterranean, Julia and Nicholas Brisbane unexpectedly meet up with Julia’s sister Portia and her brother Plum. Although the lush and exotic setting is immersive, the mystery leaves much to be desired.

In this installment Lady Julia travels to India with Brisbane, Portia, and Plum in tow, and the exotic setting really adds to the ambiance and the mystery. After eight idyllic months in the Mediterranean, Lady Julia Grey and her detective husband are ready to put their investigative talents to work once more. Julia’s husband, Brisbane, seemed a bit too stuffy for me.


I so so love Brisbane as a mysterious slowly-being-revealed character. I already have the next! Finale che mi ha colto parecchio alla sprovvista e non sono ancora sicura che mi siano piaciute le implicazioni. But the secrets they both ke I feel like this was fine? For me the chemistry between Julia and Brisbane is strong and moves the plot, not having them together for a large chunk of the book, slowed things for me.

I went back and forth on who the culprit might be and one new character in particular threw me and Julia for a loop. Deanna Raybourn is pitch-perfect on just about everything else too. So to summarise, I love the mystery, intrigue, relationships, the introduction of old characters, the surprise of new ones, and the world of British empire it all takes place in. Both settings dzrjeeling evocative while remaining worlds apart.