The Jazz Files by Fiona Veitch Smith

The Jazz Files

byFiona Veitch Smith

Kobo ebook | September 18, 2015

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“It stands for Jazz Files,” said Rollo. “It’s what we call any story that has a whiff of high society scandal but can’t yet be proven… you never know when a skeleton in the closet might prove useful to a story we’re working on now.”
Title:The Jazz FilesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 18, 2015Publisher:Lion Hudson PlcLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1782641769

ISBN - 13:9781782641766


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Danger In London This book brings us to a time just after the first World War, and people, or rather woman fighting for some rights, and the men who a really oppose and want women put in there place, at any cost. The main character is Poppy Denby, who has come to stay with her Aunt Dot in London, having led a sheltered life up to now as the daughter of a Methodist minister, what a new life she is about to have. We follow Poppy, and it seems like there is never a dull moment from the time she arrives until the end of the book. We think we know most of the answers, but in reality we do not. We find that there is a lot of evil out there, and Aunt Dot is in a wheelchair because of it. Another friend was murdered, and when an employee of the Globe, where Poppy has just secured her first job, falls to his death, because of her connections through Aunt Dot she is give a special assignment. We get to travel to Paris, and danger follows Poppy, but she does secure more facts, but really wants answers, and to find a way to get Aunt Dot’s friend Elizabeth out of the insane asylum where her dear father has committed her because of her views. With this read we get it all, we tour London, we revisit history, and we travel with a fast pace mystery. We even get to lay in a window washers wagon, along with trains and ships, and a shadow seems to follow, be careful, you never know when you heart will move into your throat. Enjoy! I received this book through Kregel Publishing Blogger Program, and was not required to give a positive review.
Date published: 2016-03-14