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Bertie And The Seven Bodies (Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, #2) The Eldest Son Of Queen Victoria, Bertie Will One Day Be King Edward VII For The Moment, Though, His Primary Responsibility Is To Enjoy Himself, A Task At Which He Excels Bedding Society Beauties, Tormenting His Long Suffering Wife, And Taking His Royal Bulk Off To Other People S Country Estates, There To Shoot Things, Eat Enormous Meals, And Pinch The Serving Maids It Is At Just Such An Estate That The Story Unfolds, Though This Is No Ordinary Shooting Party, And With A Killer Afoot, The Glittering Guest List Is Dwindling Rapidly Bertie Greets The Murders With Some Delight, As They Allow Him To Exercise His Passion For Amateur Sleuthing A Task At Which He Doesn T Particularly Excel Lovesey Wrote Seven Bodies As An Homage To Agatha Christie, But He Laced His Classically Structured Puzzle With His Own Sly Wit, Gleefully Poking Fun At The Pomposities Of Privilege Utterly Charming What A Delight New York Times A Delicious Option For Fans Of Agatha Christie And Anne Perry


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10 thoughts on “Bertie And The Seven Bodies (Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, #2)

  1. says:

    A great Golden Age homage Full review at classicmystery.wordpress.com

  2. says:

    This was a humerous mystery featuring a fictitious character based on the actual Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, son of Queen Victoria Bertie and his wife are invited for a weekend shooting party where the guests begin dying one by one Bertie fancies himself quite a sleuth and tries to solve the crimes I listened to this on tape while I scrapbooked British who done its are always fun This one had a little element of history mixed in Yes, Bertie was the playboy in the book that he was rep This was a humerous mystery featuring a fictitious character based on the actual Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, son of Queen Victoria Bertie and his wife are invited for a weekend shooting party where the guests begin dying one by one Bertie fancies himself qu...

  3. says:

    The narrator s voice is amusing in his self importance and the ease with which he switches opinions or takes another s point as his own and the world of grand country estates with fleets of servants preparing delicious meals was deliciously 19th century English, but the characters were highly immoral and only offended at their immorality being discussed and didn t really appeal to me Also I KNEW the motive behin...

  4. says:

    I enjoyed this book very much.Although there were murders takingplace the author inserted much humor as well.

  5. says:

    Bertie son of Queen Victoria and future King of England is at a shooting party at which an appalling number of game birds are killed, and not a few of the attendees at the week long event Bertie considers himself a competent amateur detective, so he takes upon himself to solve the murders without arousing the interest of the press and the public As the upper class attendees get bumped off one after another, it is fascinating to watch the athletic jumps Bertie makes as he leaps from one unf Bertie son of Queen Victoria and f...

  6. says:

    This is enjoyable because, well, it s a Lovesey And he is always enjoyable Clever Well plotted Very solid characters and lots of humor But there were a few spots in the middle where the narrative dragged.

  7. says:

    I am sure peoplethink I am a complete lunatic now, I was giggling so much reading this Entertaining and a book that makes you smile is definitely worth it.

  8. says:

    A funny, lighthearted mystery.

  9. says:

    Amusing Victorian era tale with the Prince of Wales as the amateur detective solving a series of murders at a country estate party.

  10. says:

    Although I didn t really enjoy the first book in this series, Bertie and the Tinman, this second book was hilarious The extent to which Bertie was made a fool of himself with his outlandish deductions and theories never seemed to dull and I found myself laughing out loud on several occasions What I found most interesting is although the list of suspects were quickly dwindling down, I still wasn t able to solve the mystery For me, the ending was a bit of a cheat, but it was an enjoyable ri Alt...

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