Review – Porter Girl: The Vanishing Lord by Lucy Brazier (guest blog)

Author Don Massenzio

35396385Goodreads Synopsis:

There’s nothing quite so annoying as having the police arrive when you are trying to cover up a crime that may or may not have happened.

Lord Bernard has died unexpectedly. Is Deputy Head Porter being framed? Head Porter just wants to be kept out of the picture.

In this fast-paced whimsical British romp, a priceless work of art – the portrait of Old College founding father Lord Arthur Layton – has gone missing and with the death of Lord Bernard, the Master of arch rivals Hawkins College, there is nothing for it but for our heroine to don her trusty bowler hat and embark upon another eccentric investigation.

In this sequel to the debut PorterGirl novel, First Lady of The Keys, Old College’s first and only female Porter must find the portrait or it will be her that is flat on the canvas and framed like a…

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5 thoughts on “Review – Porter Girl: The Vanishing Lord by Lucy Brazier (guest blog)

      1. Aww thanks Tiffany. I’m not as focused as Lucy though, so I shall just ‘tootle’ along. I’m planning on finally getting a fantasy novel ‘Of Patchwork Warriors’ ‘kindled’ by the end of the year, and I’ve Vol. II of my quirky history of ‘These Isles’ in the mix. So it’s all good fun in the writing department and thus I am well 😃!

      2. Many people become authors later on in life. This way we have more knowledge and insight to share. I look forward to buying/reading your forthcoming books. Am writing mine at the moment 🙂 Pulls on my heart strings sometimes, reliving certain aspects but turning each into a positive is healing in itself. Much Love my Friend! xxx

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