The Mrs. Jeffries Mysteries

 

"The Mrs. Jeffries stories are written in the style and spirit of the Victorian cozy mysteries, and Agatha Christie would be proud. Author Emily Brightwell provides the reader with a perfect balance of old-time gentility and ruthless, cold-blooded murder, not to mention ample mystery and intrigue in the tradition of the best whodunits. Brightwell’s writing style is fluid and fun to read. Her descriptions of the Victorian London locations carry the ring of truth, and add greatly to the allure of the story."

- Don Metzler -  Gumshoe Review - March 2009 issue

Emily

Emily writes:

I am very fond of Inspector Witherspoon, a kind and very decent person, but he lacks the detecting skills of Mrs. Jeffries. (She is the widow of a Yorkshire policeman.) However, I didn't want the Inspector to appear "bumbling" and "inept" so he does do his own investigation, assisted by the reliable Constable Barnes, and gets some clues himself by his hard work, but it is the domestic staff led by Mrs. Jeffries that uncover the secrets that the "well-to-do" Londoners didn't think their own servants would notice! These servants were invisible, not worthy of much consideration, which makes them the real stars of this series.   

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Rights A Wrong

Latest Mystery - #36

Mrs Jeffries and the Three Wise Women"

Christopher Gilhaney isn’t a popular man, and he proves why once again when he insults every guest at Abigail Chase’s Guy Fawkes Night dinner party. When Gilhaney is shot dead under the cover of the night’s fireworks, his murder is deemed a robbery gone wrong. But when the case hasn’t been solved six weeks later, Inspector Witherspoon is called upon to find the killer—and quickly!

October 2017 

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 Endorsement From England: 

From Daily Mail March 3, 2017:

Nowadays Dame Vera lives quietly here with Virginia and son-in-law Tom, and a full-time carer. Among her favourite TV programmes are Antiques Roadshow and Agatha Christie dramas like Poirot and Miss Marple.

‘I love a good murder mystery,’ she laughs.

Unlike many people half her age she’s also a great reader, lapping up Victorian murder mysteries by her favourite author Emily Brightwell.


Click Here: Entire List of Published Mrs.Jeffries Mysteries 

 

Click Here: Emily Brightwell Interview : Destination Mystery Podcast by Laura Brennan August 20 2016 

 

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