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Lessons for Suspicious Minds An invitation to stay at a friend of the Stewart family s stately home can only mean one thing for Jonty Stewart and Orlando Coppersmith a new case for the amateur sleuths With two apparently unrelate

  • Title: Lessons for Suspicious Minds
  • Author: Charlie Cochrane
  • ISBN: 9781937692278
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lessons for Suspicious Minds By Charlie Cochrane, An invitation to stay at a friend of the Stewart family s stately home can only mean one thing for Jonty Stewart and Orlando Coppersmith a new case for the amateur sleuths With two apparently unrelated suicides, a double chase is on.But things never run smoothly for the Cambridge fellows In an era when their love dare not speak its name, the chance of discovery and disgAn invitation to stay at a friend of the Stewart family s stately home can only mean one thing for Jonty Stewart and Orlando Coppersmith a new case for the amateur sleuths With two apparently unrelated suicides, a double chase is on.But things never run smoothly for the Cambridge fellows In an era when their love dare not speak its name, the chance of discovery and disgrace is ever present how do you explain yourself when a servant discovers you doing the midnight run along the corridor The chase stops being a game for Orlando when the case brings back memories of his father s suicide and the search for the identity of his grandfather And the solution presents them with one of the most difficult moral decisions they ve had to make

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    1. Things I Find While ShelvingI received a free ARC via NetGalleyCharlie Cochrane is quickly becoming a favorite mystery writer for me I discovered the Cambridge Fellows series thanks to an ARC of Lessons for Survivors, but previously I d only read The Best Corpse for the Job which is excellent I m now delving into the Cambridge Fellows books, steadily scooping up and reading them all, and I definitely enjoy them immensely.In Lessons for Suspicious Minds, Jonty and Orlando are asked to look into t [...]

    2. This is the tenth book in an ongoing series, but can be read as a standalone.Orlando Coppersmith and Jonty Stewart are Cambridge professors with a knack for solving crimes In this case, they are entreated by Jonty s mother s godmother to investigate a peculiar suicide that occurred at her familial estate With Jonty s parents in tow for an extended visit to Fyfield all four seek to discover if foul play was involved.Along the way they meet attractive footmen, obstructive relations and a plot of m [...]

    3. I struggle to find words to describe this story that aren t cute or sweet Not in an exaggerated diabetes inducing way that involved the main couple telling each other how much they love the other every five pages, simply in the sense of this is a sweet story about good, nice and mostly happy people The case did require a bit of suspension of disbelief but not too much especially as it is basically a cozy where I don t require as much adherence to reality as in serious crime novels.The characters [...]

    4. I like this series, and reading about Orlando and Jonty is always like soaking in a hot tub Relaxing and comfortable This story takes place before the war, so if you prefer to read chronologically, read this before All Lessons Learned and Lessons for Survivors.

    5. Another great investigation for Jonty and Orlando, with additional input from not only Mr Stewart but Mrs S also gets in on the action.On the way to an acquaintance s house to investigate an apparent suicide, they also discover another unconnected apparent suicide where there are doubts in some minds.I liked the development of the investigation and all the plot twists, leading us all gradually to the awful truth.I found it interesting that the nobility were the bad guys and the working class men [...]

    6. I could not close my window, this e book had to be read.Love yes suspence yes plot story very good With other words please read it.

    7. Lessons for Suspicious Minds, Charlie CochraneGenre LGBTQIA, Romance, MysteryReview from Jeannie Zelos book reviewsSaw this and it reminded me a bit of a non paranormal Magpie Lord series read Same gentile, subtle humour Not in your face, overt stuff, but the subtle humour, where a nuance of tone or facial expression can make all the difference Anyway I was astonished to see this was book ten in a series I ve somehow completely missed so many books so little time Still, book one is still free o [...]

    8. I have praised this series to the heavens with each new installment and I have said so much about each intricate bit because I love the depth and quality to these stories I held my breath after All Lessons Learned just hoping that it wouldn t be the end and thankfully the author has seen fit to give me This particular story ended up being poignant for the simple fact that it dips back in time before the events of the last few books to happier, simpler times I loved that Orlando and Jonty are ou [...]

    9. Received free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review which is the only kind of review I know how to give Lessons for Suspicious Minds is the 10th book in the Cambridge Fellows Mysteries series by Charlie Cochrane While this isn t the first book I have read by this author see my review of Second Helpings , this is the first book I have read in this series I am alway hesitant to read books from a series out of order because often you need those prior books to really understand what the he [...]

    10. Review can be read at It s About The Book4.5 starsI seem to be on a mystery and detective kick lately and I m actually delighted Getting back to my reading roots is fun and I m finding some new authors to put on my reading lists and Charlie Cochrane is definitely one of them Her detective couple, Orlando and Jonty, come with their own issues as well which bring an unusual perspective to the investigations and enhance the setting and delivery of the conclusion in a way I ve never experienced befo [...]

    11. 4 highly eloquent stars for this well done Edwardian period style whodunit with real feel of the eraI received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This is the tenth part of the Cambridge Fellow Mysteries and the first book of the series and the first I had the pleasure to read Now I m definitely hungry for Lessons.The authentic way of speech Cochrane uses was at first a bit hard getting used to because honestly how many historical fiction novels can you think of that actu [...]

    12. Apparently Jonty and Orlando can t even go on Holiday without bodies starting to pile up While staying with a family friend, two people commit suicide, or do they The case not only piques their interest, but brings back long buried emotions in relation to Orlando s own father s suicide While Jonty and Orlando investigate the deaths they also try to find some alone time together and deal with their individual personal demons.When you live in an era where your sexuality could leave you disgraced, [...]

    13. So, I read Lessons in Trust 7 first, and I mentioned in my review of it that I probably should have started reading them in order This 10 was my second read in the series I was familiar enough with the characters and series this time that I didn t feel as out of place as the first time, but I still suggest reading this series in order because there are several mentions of past events and cases the guys have worked on which would have meaning if I had that background.Be that as it may, this is a [...]

    14. More reviews and no fluff on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress Lessons for Suspicious Minds is the 10th volume in the Cambridge Fellows Mysteries series This far into the story, we have a very comfortable rapport between the two leads and a warm group of characters that readers want to follow With this novel, we get of Jonty s family as well as two distinct mysteries.Jonty and Orlando are enjoying a sweet, if still very forbidden, relationship A reputation for solving mysteries has earned them so [...]

    15. I loved this book The two heroes, Jonty and Orlando, are on top form as they investigate two cases of apparent suicide that may be something a lot sinister The two investigations bring back cruel memories for both detectives, especially for Orlando, whose own father committed suicide, and the link between the two deaths leads them to a conclusion that shocks them both The action is set in a magnificent country house and Jonty and Orlando struggle to visit each other at night whilst keeping thei [...]

    16. Suspcious Minds finds us back in 1909 It s nice to see the parental Stewarts back and sinking their teeth into Jonty and Orlando s investigations again I think Papa Stewart is eager to join in the hunt but Mama Stewart, once given an assignment is actually even determined to assist her boys find the truth, even if it might reach a little too close to treasured loved ones The mystery of suicide or not is intriguing and seeing how both Jonty and Orlando deal with the personal memories the subjec [...]

    17. Cambridge professors Jonty Stewart and Orlando Coppersmith have quite a reputation for sleuthing And their relationship makes them a rather formidable pair When an invitation to stay with a friend of the Stewart family uncovers two suspicious apparent suicides, the two simply can t help trying to solve the case But there are aspects of this one that hit a personal nerve and uncovering the truth may be a bit challenging than they expect.A rather enjoyable read It s one part Sherlock Holmes, one [...]

    18. I have come to love Historical s in the M M genre, though this was my first book by this author, I plan to go back and read the 9 books ahead of this Loved the chemistry between Jonty and Orlando, even though they were in the age of prison by showing homosexuality It was the small things that made them so sweet Love that Jonty wants to clear up Orlando s past for him even though Orlando says it doesn t matter you can tell that it does matter.Now lets talk about Jonty s parents, my oh my, did the [...]

    19. Another fine, and at times touching, installment in the series It was lovely to see Jonty s parents again and this makes me wonder if Cochrane will be writing books that take place in the cracks between other already existing books in the series Let us hope so.I thought the bit with Orlando s grandfather was pretty muddled, and the denouement to the mystery came out in too much of one easy flood of information Otherwise, I had fun with all the twists and turns of the mystery, and felt as warm a [...]

    20. Rating 5 stars out of 5Amazing,, wonderful, loving and a real romp Cochrane gives Jonty and Orlando not one but two mysteries to solve which will plunge them into the past and murky relationships among the uppercrust A must read for lovers of this series and everyone else as well.For my full review, wp p220KL 1ExFor all my reviews of Charlie Cochrane s stories, visit scatteredthoughtsandroguewords

    21. A wonderfully complex investigation into what turns out to be a deliciously simple explanation Which means we get to see lots of delightful characters and a good scattering of villains All the regulars either show up or get at least a mention one day Dr Panesar will come up with an invention that works, heaven help us and Mama and Papa Stewart get to detect in their own inimical styles Hoorah for Edwardian detectives And I want to know about that goat too

    22. I totally love this series and I was so surprised to see that we were taken back before the war and the devastating lose of Jonty s parents It s so good to see them both hale and hearty.Another interesting story, intriguing characters and a sly dose of humor from our two MC s What a great way to spend some time.Recommended.

    23. SPOILER AlertI will review this when I finish the series But a warning Do NOT read this book in the number sequence it logically follows Book 7, and you will need to check the chronology of Jonty and Orlando s lives before you continue on Go here for the pathway charliecochranevejournal

    24. This was my first book by this author I have NOT read the previous books in the series.I can say that I had no difficulty following the story even given 9 previous books.This was actually a very amusing book Think of it as a gay Sherlock Holmes meets Jeeves and Wooster.The writing was unique, and interesting.However, it wasn t really to my taste.

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