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Cozy lovers' favorite otherworldly detective cracks a classic country-house case. In Atherton's sixteenth mystery, Lori Shepherd returns from Down Under to her normal life in the village of Finch. But Lori's normal quickly becomes anything but. Her debonair father-in-law has moved to town and is renovating Fairworth House, a grand estate nearby. William Sr. expects a qui Cozy lovers' favorite otherworldly detective cracks a classic country-house case. In Atherton's sixteenth mystery, Lori Shepherd returns from Down Under to her normal life in the village of Finch. But Lori's normal quickly becomes anything but. Her debonair father-in-law has moved to town and is renovating Fairworth House, a grand estate nearby. William Sr. expects a quiet, small-town life, but among the spinsters vying for his attention, shifty servants, and the discovery of a mysterious painting of a family tree in Fairworth's attic, he discovers that life in Finch is anything but quiet. On top of it all, Lori and William are embroiled in a case of deception and false identity by one of Finch's own. It's nothing the plucky Lori can't handle, but once things get truly peculiar at Fairworth-moving furniture, strange sounds, and mysterious visitors-she calls on Aunt Dimity for her otherworldly guidance and uncovers the shadowy past beneath the estate's magnificent surface. Nancy Atherton's titles continue to delight fans who eagerly anticipate each new book. Her latest will draw cheers and bring new readers to this charming series.


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Cozy lovers' favorite otherworldly detective cracks a classic country-house case. In Atherton's sixteenth mystery, Lori Shepherd returns from Down Under to her normal life in the village of Finch. But Lori's normal quickly becomes anything but. Her debonair father-in-law has moved to town and is renovating Fairworth House, a grand estate nearby. William Sr. expects a qui Cozy lovers' favorite otherworldly detective cracks a classic country-house case. In Atherton's sixteenth mystery, Lori Shepherd returns from Down Under to her normal life in the village of Finch. But Lori's normal quickly becomes anything but. Her debonair father-in-law has moved to town and is renovating Fairworth House, a grand estate nearby. William Sr. expects a quiet, small-town life, but among the spinsters vying for his attention, shifty servants, and the discovery of a mysterious painting of a family tree in Fairworth's attic, he discovers that life in Finch is anything but quiet. On top of it all, Lori and William are embroiled in a case of deception and false identity by one of Finch's own. It's nothing the plucky Lori can't handle, but once things get truly peculiar at Fairworth-moving furniture, strange sounds, and mysterious visitors-she calls on Aunt Dimity for her otherworldly guidance and uncovers the shadowy past beneath the estate's magnificent surface. Nancy Atherton's titles continue to delight fans who eagerly anticipate each new book. Her latest will draw cheers and bring new readers to this charming series.

30 review for Aunt Dimity and the Family Tree

  1. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne

    Totally Enjoyed This was my first Aunt Dimity book and it won't be my last. I loved the way the ghost of Aunt Dimity is portrayed. A very unique concept. And since this is my first book I read in the series it was like reading a stand alone yet at the same time I can read early books to find out how Lori and Bill met and how Lori discovered Aunt Dimity. So much book fun to look forward to. And an English Seed Cake recipe. Totally Enjoyed This was my first Aunt Dimity book and it won't be my last. I loved the way the ghost of Aunt Dimity is portrayed. A very unique concept. And since this is my first book I read in the series it was like reading a stand alone yet at the same time I can read early books to find out how Lori and Bill met and how Lori discovered Aunt Dimity. So much book fun to look forward to. And an English Seed Cake recipe.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Trish

    The perfect antidote to the hard emotion of Wild Swans. The perfect antidote to the hard emotion of Wild Swans.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    I liked this one more than several of the last ones. Finally, Lori has grown up and stopped falling for every man around. This one is set in Finch, so we get to see and hear some of the town's characters. I thought the plot was a little contrived. I knew as soon as Sally became Lady Sarah that the gentleman she had met was also pretending to be "better" than he was. The parallel of Frederick and Reginald was interesting. Still, keep the mysteries coming, Nancy! I liked this one more than several of the last ones. Finally, Lori has grown up and stopped falling for every man around. This one is set in Finch, so we get to see and hear some of the town's characters. I thought the plot was a little contrived. I knew as soon as Sally became Lady Sarah that the gentleman she had met was also pretending to be "better" than he was. The parallel of Frederick and Reginald was interesting. Still, keep the mysteries coming, Nancy!

  4. 4 out of 5

    ✨ Gramy ✨

    . This series offers cozy mysteries with amusing and quirky characters, in the life of Lori and her Aunt Dimity. Each one has been a fun and entertaining read to be sure. It is appreciated that each book is able to stand on its own and usually concludes with an HEA.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mayda

    If you are looking for a genuine, cozy mystery, one that will keep your interest without resorting to any of the blood and gore so often found now, even in cozies, look no further than Nancy Atherton’s latest installment in her Aunt Dimity series, Aunt Dimity & the Family Tree. Lori Shepherd is at her best, taking care of her family, helping her father-in-law at his newly renovated manor, and keeping one step ahead of the gossipy townsfolk. It’s up to Aunt Dimity to slow down Lori’s impetuousnes If you are looking for a genuine, cozy mystery, one that will keep your interest without resorting to any of the blood and gore so often found now, even in cozies, look no further than Nancy Atherton’s latest installment in her Aunt Dimity series, Aunt Dimity & the Family Tree. Lori Shepherd is at her best, taking care of her family, helping her father-in-law at his newly renovated manor, and keeping one step ahead of the gossipy townsfolk. It’s up to Aunt Dimity to slow down Lori’s impetuousness, but will Lori listen to Aunt Dimity’s wise counsel before she gets into more trouble? Make yourself a cup of English tea, settle down in a comfy chair, and travel across the pond to an English village where all is not roses, but love and mystery are definitely in bloom.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ann aka Iftcan

    This latest in the lite Aunt Dimity series is much like all the others. We read this series not for the mystery (non-existant) but for the weird characters that abound in the tiny hamlet of Finch, England. All the zany inhabitants are back, along with a few new ones, including William Willis, Sr. who has finally retired (sort-of) and moved to Finch to be close to his beloved grandsons.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Coller

    I think this is the sixth Aunt Dimity book I've read/attempted. It's definitely on the higher end of the scale when it comes to rating the Aunt Dimitys...but still pretty low on my list of favorites, in general. I've always found this author to be pretty inconsistent quality-wise. In some places, she's brilliant; in others, there are obvious inconsistencies. No one is perfect, I know, but this is such a regular thing for this author that one would think her editor would be more on the ball. One I think this is the sixth Aunt Dimity book I've read/attempted. It's definitely on the higher end of the scale when it comes to rating the Aunt Dimitys...but still pretty low on my list of favorites, in general. I've always found this author to be pretty inconsistent quality-wise. In some places, she's brilliant; in others, there are obvious inconsistencies. No one is perfect, I know, but this is such a regular thing for this author that one would think her editor would be more on the ball. One thing I always think of when I read these stories---I wonder if the author regrets writing in children for Lori, because they are always being shoved off on a babysitter. Still, if one is needing a quick escape (like I was after 800+ pages of Tudor history) one could do worse than the Aunt Dimity cozies. They're pretty fun---if a LOT far-fetched.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    I looked at my TBR shelf on Bookcrossing to see if I had any orange or purple covers to fulfill a challenge prompt. When I saw this one I got excited. I love this series because it is delightful and a nice palate cleanser after heavier fare. I would love to live in the village of Finch, where mysterious events usually have benign explanations and people get embroiled in shenanigans in order to avoid the gossip of their neighbors, which only makes things worse. I was delighted to see Aunt Augusta I looked at my TBR shelf on Bookcrossing to see if I had any orange or purple covers to fulfill a challenge prompt. When I saw this one I got excited. I love this series because it is delightful and a nice palate cleanser after heavier fare. I would love to live in the village of Finch, where mysterious events usually have benign explanations and people get embroiled in shenanigans in order to avoid the gossip of their neighbors, which only makes things worse. I was delighted to see Aunt Augusta and Henry added to the village and look forward to their appearance in future installments of the series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Meg

    Loved this great British cozy set in the small village of Finch. 4.5*

  10. 4 out of 5

    Beverly

    Two mysteries in one! Atherton continues her series of the delightful and quirky resident of Finch in the Cotswolds where Willis Sr has purchased and renovated Fairworth, a Georgian estate, to be near his grandsons. The main character is Lori, married to Willis Jr (Bill), with 7-year-old twin boys at this juncture. Everybody in Finch, including Lori, are busybodies into everyone else's business. What isn't freely shared becomes fuel for wild speculation. The family tree refers to an old painting Two mysteries in one! Atherton continues her series of the delightful and quirky resident of Finch in the Cotswolds where Willis Sr has purchased and renovated Fairworth, a Georgian estate, to be near his grandsons. The main character is Lori, married to Willis Jr (Bill), with 7-year-old twin boys at this juncture. Everybody in Finch, including Lori, are busybodies into everyone else's business. What isn't freely shared becomes fuel for wild speculation. The family tree refers to an old painting that Willis Sr finds in the stables during renovations. Willis Sr hires a housekeeper/cook and gardener/handyman. And Sally, the teashop owner, entertains a Mexican gentleman as lady of the manor. Try keeping that from the busybodies!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    I love this series; it is like comfort food for me. No matter how much Lori Shepherd says her instincts tell her something I have to giggle since her “instincts” have gotten her turned so far around, she never comes to the correct conclusion without the helpfulness of her friends and family, not to mention her dearest companion Aunt Dimity herself. Since this is book number sixteen in the series, I recommend that you start at the beginning to find out who exactly Dimity is and how their lives are I love this series; it is like comfort food for me. No matter how much Lori Shepherd says her instincts tell her something I have to giggle since her “instincts” have gotten her turned so far around, she never comes to the correct conclusion without the helpfulness of her friends and family, not to mention her dearest companion Aunt Dimity herself. Since this is book number sixteen in the series, I recommend that you start at the beginning to find out who exactly Dimity is and how their lives are so intertwined, but I can assure you that each book is a delight and each builds on the next explaining their lives and the busybodies in the village of Finch. Village living is never dull and Finch lives up to that saying when Willis, Sr. buys and refurbishes Fairworth House and Sally Pyne returns from her Mexican adventure with a reputation to live up to. Quote: "There is nothing wrong with pretending to be someone else for a little while, is there?" And off they go, the current inhabitants of Fairworthy, all trying to be someone or something that they are not. Each person has a secret and poor Willis, Sr, trying desperately to keep his wits about him and help the best doughnut maker in the area from having to leave the village out of sheer embarrassment and mortification. Since patience is not one of Lori’s virtues, everything comes to a head one night when she decides to stake out Fairworthy in hopes of learning what is really going on with the new help that Willis, Sr has hired. In so doing, all the secrets will become known and a new pact of friendship and respect can be forged. That is until the next round of gossip and backbiting can begin. This is Finch after all, where they look out for each other, ok some might calling is snooping, but deep down they all have good hearts and an understanding of what a community is. Quote: "You have to stand up to the busybodies or your life will never be your own.” Though she does not appear until the end of the book, I sure hope Aunt Augusta returns in future storylines. She was my favorite and had me laughing out loud and I really think that she could add quite a bit of spunk to the life of Willis, Sr. I loved her self-depreciating humor.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jessie

    How lovely that Nancy Atherton has bought Lori and Aunt Dimity home to the landscape that is very much a character of the novels. She's also brought Lori back to her basic family-centered, Bill-loving base, though Bill is still little more than a glorified support mechanism, conveniently being called away on business when Lori must become deeply enmeshed in the goings on. At least there is no awkwardly contrived almost-love-interest for Lori this time. I still believe that Lori would benefit fro How lovely that Nancy Atherton has bought Lori and Aunt Dimity home to the landscape that is very much a character of the novels. She's also brought Lori back to her basic family-centered, Bill-loving base, though Bill is still little more than a glorified support mechanism, conveniently being called away on business when Lori must become deeply enmeshed in the goings on. At least there is no awkwardly contrived almost-love-interest for Lori this time. I still believe that Lori would benefit from a girlfriend to keep her company on her treks and adventures, so again I ask "Why can't the author use more significant female supporting characters?" The ethereal couple Kit and Nell have degenerated in child-minders, which I hope Atherton will remedy in the future. Emma, Derek, and Peter Harris have effectively vanished from the scene. I've always thought that Atherton has overlooked a rather adventurous character in Peter and perhaps newcomer Bree could provide an interesting twist. But the villagers of Finch are once again on the stage, playing out their marvelous eccentricities in a gentle morality tale. And although the central mystery is a bit underplayed and the ending a bit rushed, this is the most enjoyable Aunt Dimity and Lori adventure since Aunt Dimity and the Deep Blue Sea.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    Love this series. It is on the cozy side, but avoids being cutesy. Does have magic realism (or whathaveyou) but is fun, charming, and interesting. There are few murders in this series, but it still maintains the suspense level with the secrets held by everyone. Recommended if you're looking for a more lighthearted mystery and if you're a fan of the English brand of cozy. Love this series. It is on the cozy side, but avoids being cutesy. Does have magic realism (or whathaveyou) but is fun, charming, and interesting. There are few murders in this series, but it still maintains the suspense level with the secrets held by everyone. Recommended if you're looking for a more lighthearted mystery and if you're a fan of the English brand of cozy.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Ellis

    More new characters are introduced in this episode, freshening things up a bit and keeping it one of the most enjoyable series available. Lori's father-in-law plays a larger part as he renovates an estate near Lori's family. Once again, I read this in one sitting. It was so much fun I didn't want to put it down, and these books are very relaxing to read. More new characters are introduced in this episode, freshening things up a bit and keeping it one of the most enjoyable series available. Lori's father-in-law plays a larger part as he renovates an estate near Lori's family. Once again, I read this in one sitting. It was so much fun I didn't want to put it down, and these books are very relaxing to read.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Miki

    This has been one of my favorite series, but I truly believe that it has run its course. The last five or six just haven't been as fun to read. Lori is becoming close to hysteria in her obsession for jumping to conclusions that are nearly always wrong. And I miss the covers with Reginald! This has been one of my favorite series, but I truly believe that it has run its course. The last five or six just haven't been as fun to read. Lori is becoming close to hysteria in her obsession for jumping to conclusions that are nearly always wrong. And I miss the covers with Reginald!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    Ah, an Aunt Dimity book. A guilty pleasure. This one seemed a bit predictable to me, but then again, it is something like book 16 in the series so perhaps I'm finally catching on but do I read it for the "mystery,, or to keep up with the characters? Ah well, I enjoyed it, anyway. Ah, an Aunt Dimity book. A guilty pleasure. This one seemed a bit predictable to me, but then again, it is something like book 16 in the series so perhaps I'm finally catching on but do I read it for the "mystery,, or to keep up with the characters? Ah well, I enjoyed it, anyway.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alissa

    It's quite refreshing to read a mystery that doesn't include a dead body! Several parts of this book made me laugh out loud. If you love the Aunt Dimity series, you'll enjoy this one. It's quite refreshing to read a mystery that doesn't include a dead body! Several parts of this book made me laugh out loud. If you love the Aunt Dimity series, you'll enjoy this one.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    There is something about these books that entice me to chuck it all and move to the Cotswolds. Once there, I'm sure I would go crazy, so it's nice to have these books as a temporary escape. There is something about these books that entice me to chuck it all and move to the Cotswolds. Once there, I'm sure I would go crazy, so it's nice to have these books as a temporary escape.

  19. 4 out of 5

    The Flooze

    Someone save Willis, Sr., from the village widows!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cara W

    Aunt Dimity's father in law has renovated and moved into a nearby estate in Finch, to be close to the grandkids. The ladies of the village are crazy about having an eligible bachelor in town. A side story develops - one of the town ladies, Sally, has come back from a Mexico vacation having posed as a noble woman in Mexico, catching a Mexican businessman. Willis Sr agrees to allow Sally to pose as the Lady Sarah at his new estate. Willis Sr also gets two servants - a married couple - that Lori is Aunt Dimity's father in law has renovated and moved into a nearby estate in Finch, to be close to the grandkids. The ladies of the village are crazy about having an eligible bachelor in town. A side story develops - one of the town ladies, Sally, has come back from a Mexico vacation having posed as a noble woman in Mexico, catching a Mexican businessman. Willis Sr agrees to allow Sally to pose as the Lady Sarah at his new estate. Willis Sr also gets two servants - a married couple - that Lori is suspicious of.... The jig is up when a fire starts at the estate - but not a fire but poorly vented fireplace. This exposes that the couple, the Donovan's, were hiding their senile Aunt Augusta to The new estate - where she had grown up as a child. Ends with the Donovan's staying on with Aunt Augusta (who knew Aunt Dimity as she grew up) at the estate, the Donovan's as caretakers of the house, and Sally and her Mexican - who was actually also a Brit (hiding that he wasn't actually rich) being in love, and the Brit staying in town.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Marty

    This is one of a series of books in which Aunt Dimity appears. Actually, she doesn’t “appear” … She died and left her cottage in England to the daughter of an American friend. Lori and her husband now live in “Aunt Dimity’s cottage.” Lori’s father-in-law, William, a well-established international lawyer now also lives nearby in a wonderful old 10 acre estate. In the close-knit village of Finch everyone knows everyone else’s business.. but when one of the town’s elderly widows wins a vacation in This is one of a series of books in which Aunt Dimity appears. Actually, she doesn’t “appear” … She died and left her cottage in England to the daughter of an American friend. Lori and her husband now live in “Aunt Dimity’s cottage.” Lori’s father-in-law, William, a well-established international lawyer now also lives nearby in a wonderful old 10 acre estate. In the close-knit village of Finch everyone knows everyone else’s business.. but when one of the town’s elderly widows wins a vacation in Mexico and while there, passes herself off as a rich English woman with an estate (the estate she claimed was actually William’s estate.) When her Mexican boyfriend comes for a visit, expecting to find her in her stately mansion things get crazy. Aunt Dimity, who communicates from the beyond to Lori by writing in a specific book comes up with an elaborate plan to save face for everyone. …… Now will it work?? ---- A charming fun tale.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Karen A. Wyle

    I tend to have a few quibbles with the books in this series, much as I enjoy them, but I can only think of one for this installment: I wasn't 100% convinced by the revelation concerning one character. But there are plenty of other revelations, some particularly piquant, and the resolutions of the plot threads are satisfying. Once again, we spend time with both old and new characters, with the familiar ones particularly nicely rendered. More than ever, we are immersed in the interconnected and gos I tend to have a few quibbles with the books in this series, much as I enjoy them, but I can only think of one for this installment: I wasn't 100% convinced by the revelation concerning one character. But there are plenty of other revelations, some particularly piquant, and the resolutions of the plot threads are satisfying. Once again, we spend time with both old and new characters, with the familiar ones particularly nicely rendered. More than ever, we are immersed in the interconnected and gossipy life of the village of Finch. Lori, as usual, is somewhat hit-and-miss in her detecting.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tammy

    Lori plays host to her father-in-law, William's open house to show the village of Finch how he has restored but updated Fairworth House. Among some knick-knacks found in an outside shed is a painting covered is soot, that William insists should be professional restored as a piece of the house's history even if the painting itself isn't worth anything. In the meantime, William is also trying to hire some servants and protect the reputation of one of Finch's leading citizens. Aunt Dimity lends her Lori plays host to her father-in-law, William's open house to show the village of Finch how he has restored but updated Fairworth House. Among some knick-knacks found in an outside shed is a painting covered is soot, that William insists should be professional restored as a piece of the house's history even if the painting itself isn't worth anything. In the meantime, William is also trying to hire some servants and protect the reputation of one of Finch's leading citizens. Aunt Dimity lends her calm, logical nature to balance out Lori's own hyper temperament.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Set in the Cotswolds village of Finch, Lori Shepard’s father-in-law has renovated Fairworth House, to be near his family. After rejecting many candidates, he hires a live-in couple to cook and look after the grounds. He also becomes involved in a tangled scheme concocted by Aunt Dimity to pass off the widow who runs the local tea rooms as the aristocratic mistress of Fairworth. The plot is fairly predictable, although Lori is rather clueless about what is happening. Nevertheless pleasant and cos Set in the Cotswolds village of Finch, Lori Shepard’s father-in-law has renovated Fairworth House, to be near his family. After rejecting many candidates, he hires a live-in couple to cook and look after the grounds. He also becomes involved in a tangled scheme concocted by Aunt Dimity to pass off the widow who runs the local tea rooms as the aristocratic mistress of Fairworth. The plot is fairly predictable, although Lori is rather clueless about what is happening. Nevertheless pleasant and cosy.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Herb

    I do love the Aunt Dimity books! They are whimsical and fun, usually with a good mystery, and a liberal dose of the English countryside as well. In this one, Lori’s father in law has settled into the village, in a huge old manor house that she has carefully helped restore and decorate. Once they have a housewarming, the ladies of the town start to connive to become the “lady of the manor,” complicated by various subplots. I don’t want to ruin the book for anyone, but there is quite a lot of fun I do love the Aunt Dimity books! They are whimsical and fun, usually with a good mystery, and a liberal dose of the English countryside as well. In this one, Lori’s father in law has settled into the village, in a huge old manor house that she has carefully helped restore and decorate. Once they have a housewarming, the ladies of the town start to connive to become the “lady of the manor,” complicated by various subplots. I don’t want to ruin the book for anyone, but there is quite a lot of fun intrigue, which all ends amicably.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Erin Collier

    Adorable!!!!! I just love all the characters. They are simple but colorful and fill up the small town of Finch with stereotypical small town people. Which isn't a bad thing! This was my first Aunt Dimity novel so she was quite the surprise. And "Lori" I still have my childhood mouse sitting on my bed! I love the ending. It's nice to read a story with simplicity and a happy ending. It was like a cup of tea! Adorable!!!!! I just love all the characters. They are simple but colorful and fill up the small town of Finch with stereotypical small town people. Which isn't a bad thing! This was my first Aunt Dimity novel so she was quite the surprise. And "Lori" I still have my childhood mouse sitting on my bed! I love the ending. It's nice to read a story with simplicity and a happy ending. It was like a cup of tea!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marley

    Again I liked the premise. I like the characters, but I still don't like Lori much. In my previous review (Buried Treasure) I called her a bit of a prig. In this entry, written before that book, she comes across as a bit of a snob. My problem with that is that I don't belief she is supposed to be interpreted as such. Unfortunately it looks like these 2 books are the only ones at my branch library, so I will have to look round. Again I liked the premise. I like the characters, but I still don't like Lori much. In my previous review (Buried Treasure) I called her a bit of a prig. In this entry, written before that book, she comes across as a bit of a snob. My problem with that is that I don't belief she is supposed to be interpreted as such. Unfortunately it looks like these 2 books are the only ones at my branch library, so I will have to look round.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Renee

    Lori Shepherd's father-in-law has moved to Finch and bought a run-down local estate. After returning it to its former glory odd things begin to happen, however, and Lori is determined to protect her father-in-law from any shenanigans. Except, of course, for the shenanigans they enter into together to help Sally Pyne out of a difficult situation. I love Lori and Aunt Dimity and am so very glad I rediscovered this wonderful series! Lori Shepherd's father-in-law has moved to Finch and bought a run-down local estate. After returning it to its former glory odd things begin to happen, however, and Lori is determined to protect her father-in-law from any shenanigans. Except, of course, for the shenanigans they enter into together to help Sally Pyne out of a difficult situation. I love Lori and Aunt Dimity and am so very glad I rediscovered this wonderful series!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michele

    An embellished story while on vacation involving a handsome stranger, a miraculous, too good to be true couple arrive as housekeepers and nosy neighbors in a small English village....what more could you ask? Add in great characters and a fun plot....and your afternoon is gone, but the book is finished!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Candice Riley

    I'm sorry to say this, but despite the potential of Aunt Dimity's story line, this book was awful. I want my time back. I'm really sorry to say this since I always try to give books a chance. It was repetitive, nonsensical, uninteresting and difficult to get through. I don't think I'll ever read another in this series again. I'm sorry to say this, but despite the potential of Aunt Dimity's story line, this book was awful. I want my time back. I'm really sorry to say this since I always try to give books a chance. It was repetitive, nonsensical, uninteresting and difficult to get through. I don't think I'll ever read another in this series again.

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