Bonjour Miss Seeton Retired art teacher Miss Emily D Seeton steps in where Scotland Yard stumbles Armed with only her sketch pad and umbrella she is every inch an eccentric English spinster and at every turn an unlikely

  • Title: Bonjour, Miss Seeton
  • Author: Hamilton Crane Sarah J. Mason Heron Carvic
  • ISBN: 9780425165348
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • Retired art teacher Miss Emily D Seeton steps in where Scotland Yard stumbles Armed with only her sketch pad and umbrella, she is every inch an eccentric English spinster and at every turn an unlikely master of detection.A trip abroad and a murder at home While exploring a re creation of Monet s celebrated garden in the French countryside, Miss Seeton is befriended by thRetired art teacher Miss Emily D Seeton steps in where Scotland Yard stumbles Armed with only her sketch pad and umbrella, she is every inch an eccentric English spinster and at every turn an unlikely master of detection.A trip abroad and a murder at home While exploring a re creation of Monet s celebrated garden in the French countryside, Miss Seeton is befriended by the Comte de Balivernes, a stately French aristocrat He is quite taken with the retired art teacher and soon makes his own visit to Plummergen But after he arrives, a woman is found murdered Then a Nazi bomb from World War II is uncovered in a local dig dangerously close to the site of an upcoming charity bulldozer race Miss Seeton s trusty sketch pad yields the final clues to a shocking revelation and an explosive conclusion

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    1. Hamilton Crane Sarah J. Mason Heron Carvic says:

      Hamilton Crane is the pseudonym adopted by Sarah J Mason when she was invited to continue the Miss Seeton series originally created by Heron Carvic, who died in 1980 Hamilton after her hall of residence at St Andrews University the big red building behind the 18th green on the Old Course and Crane to continue the bird theme a crane has a similar form to a heron.Series Miss Seeton



    2 thoughts on “Bonjour, Miss Seeton

    1. Fans of mystery and detective type of novels should definitely read this book as well as the other books in the Miss Seeton series. This book was first published on 1997 and the current book cover was published as a kindle version just recently. If you are a fan of Sarah J. Mason's works, then I recommend that you should purchase the latest edition of this to add to your collection.

    2. This is the conclusion of the Seeton series (although there is a flashback to WW2 novel to go).Since the series maintains internal continuity (referencing previous events in current books), the events re Nigel feel out of place and a little crass given who was murdered in the last book. Plotwise, the victim of this book was also murdered for much the same reason as the victim in the last.I was mildly amused by developments in Miss Seeton's life, though not surprised by a maintenance of overall s [...]

    3. I would like to thank Netgalley and Farrago for an advance copy of Bonjour Miss Seeton, the 21st novel in Heron Carvic's eponymous series and the 13th written by Sarah J. Mason using the pseudonym Hamilton Crane.Plummergen is in the grip of charity fever with everyone doing their bit, except in Lillikot where the Nuts are at odds, exacerbated by a visit from Nora Blaine's cousin. This may change when Eric finds a body on the kitchen floor.Bonjour Miss Seeton takes the series in a new direction w [...]

    4. Miss Seeton has another adventure. Plummergon is busy working on contests and saving coupons in a contest with Murreystone as which town can earn enough money for wheelchairs for cripple children. The "Nuts" have a guess and are having spats. Miss Seeton accompanied the Mix infants class to France, Neil falls in love again. Of course, there is a murder. Could be Bunny be the victim? I recommend this book.Disclosure: I received a free copy from Farrago through NetGalley for an honest review. I wo [...]

    5. Miss Seeton has some wild adventures. While this one wasn't as funny as the others, I did enjoy reading it.I voluntarily read an ARC of this book provided by the publisher and NetGalley.

    6. When you combine mystery and humour, you get “Bonjour, Miss Seeton” and what a beautiful combination that is.The retired art teacher, the lovely Miss Seeton is back for yet another suspenseful story. You can suspect that when the beginning of a mystery book is tinted with serenity, it’s only a matter of time before the storm hits and by storm, I mean murder!I quite enjoyed reading this book just as much as I knew I would. Some of the characters are indubitably entertaining which adds a ple [...]

    7. Title: Bonjour, Miss Seeton - Miss Seeton Book 21Author: Hamilton Crane & Heron CarvicPublished: 2-11-2017Publisher FarragoPages: 272Genre: Mystery, Thrillers & SuspenseSub-Genre: Amateur Sleuth; Cozy Mystery; Women Sleuths; Crafts & Hobbies; PsychicsISBN: 9781911440109ASIN: B01MYGUNHZReviewed For NetGalley and FarragoReviewer: DelAnneRating: 4.5 StarsInspired by a wildly successful screening of Henry V, Plummergen village school decides on a trip to ‘the vasty fields of France’. [...]

    8. By the 1970s the United States was well caught up in the Cold War. World War II was still around in the movies, Korea already largely forgotten and Vietnam was the hot war of the moment. England (James Bond notwithstanding), France, and most of western Europe were somewhat less of an ICBM target but still vividly bore the scars of the global upheaval of 30 years prior and thus its memories remained much fresher. One is reminded of this in almost every Miss Seeton novel and especially so in this [...]

    9. Romance for MissEss!A trip to France, a long lost friendship four d again! Plus a Romance for Miss Sexton that's so sweet. Even perhaps a wedding? With wonderful news of a baby on the way! Sadly the Murder of a villager? Or is it? A wonderful fun & sweet read. Its well worth the read.

    10. Ah, Plummergen! Charity bulldozer races, unexploded ordnance, wit as dry as pink gin, and murder. What could be cozier? Miss Seeton, armed only with her sketchpad and brolly, manages to inadvertently - and very politely - solve the mystery.

    11. Not the best in the series, which is a little off-beat to begin with. Miss Seeton is not so much the detective as the catalyst or focal point around which the mysteries occur and are resolved while she remains oblivious. I realized shortly after picking it up that I had read this installment before, but all I could remember was the part about the Monet-inspired garden and nothing about the mystery. There is less focus on the mystery in this book than in most of them -- actually, it is not clear [...]

    12. Plummergen, that "peaceful" village in Kent where Miss Seeton resides, is currently the center of three exciting activities. One, a local charity group is sponsoring a drive to buy wheelchairs for children, Two, The construction of the channel tunnel is inspiring a visit to France, and Three, Mrs. Blaine and Miss Nuttel (the Nuts) have a visitor. Guess which topic is generating the most discussion?All seems quiet on the Miss Seeton front, at least, and the book is deceptively crime-free for the [...]

    13. I picked this up by mistake as I was looking for the first book in the series and did not realize that this was first written by the second author of the series. It would have been better to start with the original author because I found some of the references confusing to Miss Seeton's skills and her relationship with the detectives. I also was not enchanted by the three village ladies who were the focus of the story but some of the other characters were very entertaining

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