Lady Molly is the female Sherlock, and counterpart to Miss Fischer of Australia. I enjoyed her adventures.
Old fashioned story, but good for listening to while doing chores
let down by the narrator's they seem to be amateurs. stilted and unbelievable , uninteresting and boring. cannot finish this book
entertaining and enjoyable narration.
short stories, which move along at pace
lovely way that it feels like a person you know telling you gossip almost, and I really like the way she constantly refers to of course you remember or you will know that over some not so relevant part of the tale
I loved the book. The stories were interesting and the character description very well done. The narrator's accent was neither here nor there which led me to believe it was fitting for the titled people of that era.
Immensely enjoyable for a ready driving companion, the purpose I'd intended this work to be. Not overly disturbing, it was quiet resolve and satisfaction that were the products I realised during, and after, each pause throughout.
I enjoyed this light hearted book
I love these stories, especially the ending of it!
I really enjoyed it
Intriguing listen reminded. Me of Sherlock Holmes good Narrator except when accents
I enjoyed these stories very much. Although the narrator’s accents were laughable when attempting Scottish or Yorkshire voices, she struck the right note generally and was easy to listen to in all other respects. Gentle, of their time stories but worth hearing.
Very enjoyable. Love the period pieces. Very nice narrator. Was surprised at the last story. Thank you!
I truly enjoyed this book. Miss Molly, in 1904, is a female Sherlock Holmes. She is very attentive to the human condition. The narrator was very enjoyable to listen to during the short stories.
I liked it a lot.
Very good storyline and keeps you interested.
Easy listening but I got a little bored after the first two stories. Still worth listening too although they did not get my rapt attention. The narrators were ok. I listened while I did other household tasks. Adequate enough if not a gripping stories.
This is the first negative review I have submitted. I thought the stories of individual crimes were simply not engaging. The stories were not notably clever or gripping. I was pleased to see a strong woman and references to misogyny of the time period. Even so not really worth a read unless you are a fan of early 20th Century literature.