An army man fighting his own battles suddenly moves back in society and finds out that the society is even more hideous than the battlefield in which he had spent his whole life. There are not only dead bodies in the society of which he becomes a part but there is also corruption and evil plotting against one another. The missing girl case that he is assigned is not only a case for him it is something which could help him to investigate the condition of the society to which he now belongs.
The series of Captain Lacey Regency by Ashley Gardner and Jennifer Ashley moves from year to year, each part of the series starts with the next year in the captain’s life with another mystery to deal with. He meets the widow of a Colonel, Lydia who needs his help to prove that her husband was not guilty. In the very next year, he finds a dead body near the Thames and is given the case to find the culprit behind this disastrous scene. The more cases he solves the more he comes to know about a society that is corrupt from murders to the school pranks that cause nothing but harm for the innocent.
The story moves quite nicely throughout the series when the captain while solving the cases of murders and diamond necklaces suddenly finds his daughter on the road and the story once again shifts from society to his personal life. The whole series is fascinating and full of action, the climax of each book is sure to excite you. The narration of James Gillies is an extra spice to all of it.
Other interesting stories readers like to listen to more often are Wind River Reservation ~ Books 1-15 – Margaret Coel and Cat in the Stacks ~ Books 1-9 – Miranda James that is surely filled with thrilling adventures and characters.
1 The Hanover Square Affair
2 A Regimental Murder
3 The Glass House
4 The Sudbury School Murders
5 A Body in Berkeley Square
6 A Covent Garden Mystery
7 A Death in Norfolk
8 A Disappearance in Drury Lane
9 Murder in Grosvenor Square
10 The Thames River Murders
11 The Alexandria Affair
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