Full of period pleasure.
A lively, well-written, entertaining whodunit
The premise is clever . . . a zippy read for those interested in the 1920s.
All the blissful escapism of a Sunday-night period drama in a book.
A locked room mystery . . . I enjoyed this cosy crime caper.
This novel truly is a wonderful surprise. Bring on the sequel!
It is impossible to not like this book . . . a light and entertaining read best saved for when it gets cold outside and you need something to cosy up with.
It's well written and researched, touching on a lot of issues of the time
The plan is that each book will focus on a different Mitford sister. On the strength of this initial entry, success is assured.
Everything in one book. Crime, mystery, romance, humour, gritty reality, fact, fiction and so much more. This book is special, and I can guarantee I'll be looking out for the next one. A 'Must read' highly recommended by me.
With nearly as much period detail as an episode of Downton, this delightful romp satisfies like a cup of strong nursery tea accompanied by a Battenburg cake
This is an outstanding first book in a series. Wonderful pacing, characters, and depth
True and glorious indulgence. A dazzling example of a golden age mystery.
It's the perfect cosy crime read; an escapist, Sunday-night period drama wrapped up in a book. The start of a series that doesn't disappoint, and one I suspect the Mitford sisters would have approved of.
Keeps the reader guessing to the very end. An accomplished crime debut and huge fun to read.
Perfect for those missing their Downton Abbey fix.
Jessica Fellowes' deliciously immersive, effortlessly easy novel has a strong feel for period and a rollicking plot.
Remarkably assured and with pitch-perfect period detail
This story is drenched in detail and feels both authentic and fun. Curl up in your favourite reading spot and enjoy.
An extraordinary meld of fact and fiction
What a captivating crime novel and heroine Jessica has created in The Mitford Murders. The instant reassurance of being in the hands of a true storyteller with a feel for period detail makes this a real treat.
The Mitford Murders is a captivating read. Fellowes, perhaps best known for her Downtown Abbey books, is very good at what she does
Downton Abbey fans, rejoice. For those who miss Lady Mary and Bates, the Mitford series is a winner.
Read it if you like Europe of mid-twenties and want to get immersed in the post-war goings on.
Exactly the sort of book you might enjoy with the fire blazing, the snow falling etc. The solution is neat and the writing always enjoyable. (Best Crime Books of 2017)
Elegant, whipsmart and brilliantly twisty-turny, this Downton-style mystery had me hooked from the first page