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The Golden Tresses of the Dead Flavia de Luce #10 epub ´ Audiobook read Í alan bradley ´ [EPUB] ✺ The Golden Tresses of the Dead Flavia de Luce #10 By Alan Bradley – Horticulturetrader.co.uk A finger in a wedding cake is only the beginning in this deliciously shocking Dable Dogger estate gardener and sounding board extraordinaire set up shop at the once grand mansion of Buckshaw eager to serve not so simple an endeavor with her odious little moon faced cousin Undine constantly underfoot But Flavia and Dogger persevere Little does she know that their first case will be extremely close to home beginning with an unwelcome discovery in Ophelia's wedding cake a human finger A great addition to the Flavia series The detective team of Arthur W Dogger Associate Flavia brings something wholly new to the franchise It's conceivable that Father asked Dogger to look after Flavia and their interests and talents are very much in sync As with most of the Flavia books the mystery is less than compelling and in this case the resolution leaves important uestions unanswered But I can overlook that because I have low expectations for Bradley's mysteries and high expectations for the pleasure of reading the books And this one is very enjoyableDogger and Flavia are a terrific team And now Undine is demonstrating she's got a lot of Flavia's ualities she's smart curious nervy and impish Flavia has matured and functions somewhat as a big sister to her Feely and Dieter's wedding kicks off the mystery and then they're away on their honeymoon I care about everyone at Buckshaw so I was disappointed Daphne has such a small role I thought I detected a trail of breadcrumbs leading to a friendship or budding relationship with Carl Pendracka but no the few times she appears Daffy is limited to reading or writing Perhaps that's a uibble because the relationship between Flavia and Dogger is the central one and it makes for great reading There was talk the tenth book was to be the last and I'm so glad Bradley has announced we will have Flavia Some books in the series are better than others but I will never tire of them

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Place for a wedding muses Flavia surrounded as it is by the legions of the dead whose listening bones bear silent witness to every promise made at the altar Flavia is not your normal twelve year old girl An expert in the chemical nature of poisons she has solved many mysteries sharpening her considerable detection skills to the point where she had little choice but to turn professional So Flavia and depen THE GOLDEN TRESSES OF THE DEAD starts off with Flavia's sister Ophelia getting married Flavia is delighted when Ophelia discovers a severed human finger in the cake and she rushes away to examine itWhose finger is it to and why has it been placed in the wedding cake?READ THE REST OF THE REVIEW OVER AT FRESH FICTION

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The Golden Tresses of the Dead Flavia de Luce #10A finger in a wedding cake is only the beginning in this deliciously shocking mystery featuring Flavia de Luce the world's greatest adolescent British chemistbusybodysleuth The Seattle Times Although it is autumn in the small English town of Bishop's Lacey the chapel is decked with exotic flowers Yes Flavia de Luce's sister Ophelia is at last getting hitched like a mule to a wagon A church is a wonderful Our little girl is growing up and frankly I'm glad to see it Flavia is still only 12 years old but life hasn't been kind to her so this is the book where she is allowed to grieve for all the heartaches in her young life Add to that the marriage of her sister Ophelia and Flavia needed this investigation to get her through some tough times Arthur W Dogger Associates Discreet Investigations tells us all we need to know about where this book is headed Dogger has always been one of my favorite characters in this series but he seemed too often to be held down by his wartime troubles to ever be of prime use as a major character Luckily Alan Bradley rehabilitated Dogger just enough to make him the perfect partner in investigations with Flavia Dogger helps to keep things on of an adult footing but his intimate knowledge of Flavia's personality allows him to gently guide her along a reasonable path of searching for and interpreting the clues they find They make a brilliant pairMy reason for a four star rating instead of five stars is that I found myself slightly confused about some of the clues and information uncovered by Dogger and Flavia I'm not 100% sure I uite got the solution and have a feeling I might need to read the book again I did go back over several sections while I was reading but that didn't feel like it helped much There seems to be information that this was always intended to be a ten book series and with this book being the tenth it will mark the end of our time with Flavia and the others I have to say the ending did not give me the feeling at all that the series was wrapping up Instead it feels as if Flavia and Dogger have now established their working detecting relationship and they are set to carry on for a good long while I certainly would love to see that happenThank you to NetGalley and Delacorte Press for an eGalley of this novel