"...narrator Rachel Atkins appeals to listeners with her performance, effectively bringing the characters to life."- AudioFile on The Mitford Scandal ... “Rachel Atkins’s crisp performance is just right, moving the pace along without rushing and channeling everyone from nasal aristocrat to working-class copper.” —AudioFile on The Mitford Murders A mystery with the fascinating Mitford sisters at its heart, Jessica Fellowes’s The Mitford Secret is the sixth and final intriguing installment in the Mitford Murders series. It’s 1941, and the Mitford household is splintered by the vicissitudes of war. To bring the clan together—maybe for one last time, Deborah invites them to Chatsworth for Christmas, along with a selection of society’s most impressive and glamorous guests, as well as old family friend Louisa Cannon, a private detective. One night, a psychic arrives, and to liven things up Deborah agrees she may host a séance. But entertainment turns to dark mystery as the psychic reveals that a maid was murdered in this very same house—and she can prove it. Louisa steps forward to try to solve the cold case. But with a house full of people who want nothing more than to bury their secrets, will she be able to unmask the murderer? And how deep does the truth lie? A Macmillan Audio production from Minotaur Books.
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Fellowes's strong six and final mystery centered on the real-life Mitford family. Fellowes neatly balances period detail and fair cluing. Fans will be happy to see this series going out on a high note.