2) I see you
A mystery with the fascinating Mitford sisters at its heart, Jessica Fellowes's The Mitford Vanishing is the fifth installment in the Mitford Murders series, inspired by a real-life murder in a story full of intrigue...
"Downton Abbey meets Agatha Christie in this witty and twisty mystery." —In Touch Weekly on The Mitford Murders
1937. War with Germany is dawning, and a civil war already
"True and glorious indulgence. A dazzling example of a golden age mystery." — Daisy Goodwin, author of Victoria and The American Heiress on The Mitford Murders
Set amid the legendary Mitford household, Bright Young Dead is the second audiobook in the thrilling, Golden Age-style Mitford Murders series by Jessica Fellowes, author of the New York Times bestselling Downton Abbey books.
*Named one of the best audiobooks of 2017 by The Times (UK)*
This program includes a bonus interview with the author
"The pleasures of this English murder mystery, set in 1920, are many. Rachel Atkins's crisp performance is just right...A concluding interview with author Jessica Fellowes, who wrote the "Downtown Abbey" companion books, promises more in this fun, well-narrated series, each set around a real-life unsolved
8) No Name
"Atkins' deep, melodious voice infuses the air with foreboding as this engaging mystery unfolds. A listening treat for fans of the series." - AudioFile Magazine
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.
In the third audiobook in the Mitford Murders series, lady's maid Louisa Cannon accompanies Diana Mitford into a turbulent late 1920s Europe.
The year is 1928, and after the death of a maid at a glamorous society party, fortune heir Bryan Guinness seizes life and proposes to eighteen-year-old Diana, most beautiful of the six Mitford sisters. The maid's death is ruled an accident, and the newlyweds put it behind them to begin a whirlwind
In prison, accused of murder, Tully Truegood begins to write her life story. A story that takes her from a young girl in the backstreets of 18th century London to her stepmother Queenie's Fairy House—a place where decadent excess is a must...
Trained by Queenie to become a courtesan,...