Morning, I finished your book. It worried me a bit when it started and the couple were in bed because I thought, 'Oh no. Don't let this be about sex, sex, sex'. I was so pleased to find that it wasn't and I really enjoyed reading it. To be truthful, I skipped a few pages at the start to read there to see if was all about sex and then went back and started again when it wasn't. As I have been to England, I could see in my mind exactly where you were writing about, which was great. I also thrive on history and your story was so well written that I could feel the cloth that you wrote about, felt the moss and the cold chilling weather. The cats included were divine and your description of them were perfect. For me to go offline and read an entire Kindle book is something that I never do but I did with The Embroidered Corpse as it held my attention with it's fast moving story line, characters that were appealing and that I could relate too. The only fault that I found is the person on the seat at the church was not mentioned much after the police were notified. Had it of been my friend, I would have fretted a lot more about her situation. That character was my favorite because the other two main characters were so likable, whereas I know a lot of people like her, so she really appealed to me and made me laugh many times with her caustic remarks and shenanigans. I hope you put her in the next book as I would love to read more about her. All in all it was a thoroughly enjoyable book that took me to a wonderful part of England, full of the history that you captured so well and, I did not see the twist coming either; bravo! I also felt sad at the loss of the victims and so you captured my emotions a lot in the book. Happy, sad, intreiged and more. I wonderful emotional journey. I can not wait for book 3. Byeee
Causes Brian Kavanagh Supports
Blind associations, Cancer research, Stroke Foundations.