"The period sense remains vivid, the characterizations are excellent, and the mysteries are, if anything, more perplexing than ever." --"The Oregonian "on "Rattle His Bones""The Honorable Daisy Dalrymple brings her usual style and flair to this installment in Dunn's engagingly entertaining series...Dunn's witty prose shines in this lighthearted whodunit." --"Publishers Weekly "on "Rattle His Bones""Dunn describes 1920s London and the characters in detail and highlights the interplay between Alec and Daisy...a snug read." --"Library Journal "on "Requiem for a Mezzo""A satisfying mystery and accomplished rendering of English social history with a gentle but insistent message that works today." --"The Register-Guard "on "Murder on the Flying Scotsman""A combination of P.G. Wodehouse and "Boy's Own Adventures, "laced with reminders of the all-pervasive class distinctions of the era. A dauntless Daisy and good-natured fun." --"Kirkus Reviews "on "Damsel in Distress""Reading like an Agatha Christie thriller, "Rattle His Bones "is a charming look at life shortly after the first World War." --"Romantic Times"
As Daisy Dalrymple and her new husband, Inspector Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard, embark on a honeymoon voyage to America, the ship is plagued by a series of nasty accidents and bizarre deaths that leads them to suspect that there is a murderer on board.