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O differentI read the first Book In The Verity KENT in the Verity KENT EARLIER YEAR AND I LOVED IT series earlier this year and I it was an interesting start to a different type of heroine for Huber I was eager to see what else was in store for Verity in this latest book in the seriesIn 1919 England in the shadow of The Great War many look to the spirit world for answers But it will take an all too earthbound intrigue to draw in the discerning heroine of Anna Lee Huber s latest mysteryWhile I might have enjoyed Verity Kent the first time around the second time around made me love her In this book we really dive into the complex emotions that many of the characters had about ost war life For instance in the first book I was not a fan of SidneyI didn t feel like I could trust him and I just felt that he was wrong for Verity But as we get into the deeper nuances of their marriage and their None Like Him: 10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing) post war life in this book it becomes clear what Sidney s intentions are Personally I want to now know about his life in hiding after the war and his war work I hope that the next book is a little about SidneyWhat I absolutely loved about this book was exploringost war life I think in a lot of books there is so much focus on the Great War and it s effects on Puta people but then theeace treaties were signed and boom it was over I loved that this book went into the whole fall out from the 伝説の勇者の伝説 5 出来心の後始末 peace treaties I especially loved touring the Flemish countryside in this book It s easy to forget that it took decades for these small village to rebuild and flourish again after the devastation and I thought the author did a marvelous job depicting thatThe whole time I was reading this book all I could think about was how I wanted to go and tour some of the old battlefields for my next vacation She did such a marvelous job with her descriptions that I was dying to know and I love the Great War history so I amartial to this time Killer Games period but Huber s writing made me love it so much The mystery in this one was a little like solving a riddle and following br I ve given this a B at AAR so that s 45 starsTreacherous is the Night is the second book in Anna Lee Huber s latest series ofost WW1 historical mysteries featuring former secret service agent Verity Kent The events of this story unfold just a few weeks after those of the revious book This Side of Murder and if you ve not read that look away now because there is a massive spoiler for the twist in that story in the next aragraph of this reviewFor fifteen months Verity believed herself to be a widow the husband she d married on the eve of the war having been killed in action in 1918 But during her investigation into the murde. Ents she once trusted turn their backs on her Undaunted Verity heads to war torn Belgium with Sidney by her side But as they draw ever closer to the danger Verity wonders if she's about to learn the true meaning of till death do us art Praise for the debut Verity Kent Mystery Sure to lease fans of classic whodunits and lovers of historical fiction alike Jessie Crockett author of Whispers Beyond the Veil Suspenseful atmospheric and beautifully written Ashley Weaver author of the Amory Ames Mysteri. ,
Strong second book in the Verity Kent seriesIn the last book Verity discovered that her husband Sidney whom she d been told over a year earlier was dead was still Verity discovered that her husband Sidney whom she d been told over a year earlier was dead was still much alive After the ripples from that discovery and its associated investigation start dying down Verity and Sidney are left to see if their marriage is salvagable After only a few days as newlyweds they were separated for nearly five years with only sporadic visits and too many secrets between them Both had been changed by their respective roles in the war and they are unsure if their marriage would be able to weather those changes When a strange visitation during a seance tells Verity that an old comrade "from her days as a spy might be "her days as a spy might be trouble she hares off to Belgium to save her old friendThrough Verity s search we learn much of her role during the war something only lightly touched upon in the first book The mystery itself was somewhat convoluted and much could have been avoidedsolved by better communication and a bit of common sense While I found that aspect of the book less than compelling the strongest aspect of the story had to do with the Cocksure personal interactions and growth of the characters I look forward to reading of Verity s adventures withyou ll need to read the book to find out Dollycas s ThoughtsIn this follow up to This Side of Murder Ex Secret Service Agent Verity Kent is doing her best to reconnect with the husband she believed was killed in the war His surprising return happened in the last book just as she started to have feelings for another man It is difficult to curb those new feelings when the man seems toop up everywhere as he did to a s ance her friend had dragged her tooIn This Side of Murder a uija board upset Verity greatly and this time a s ance sends her into a tizzy when the medium singles her out and reveals secret information about one of the other agents Verity has worked with Before Verity has a chance to uestion the medium is suspiciously killed Unsure who she can trust Verity starts her own investigation and she and her husband Sidney travel to Belgium They know they have been followed but she needs to find the truth no matter how dangerous her mission seemsVerity Kent is a complex woman who has had uite a life for her young years Working as a Secret Service Agent during the war took her to dangerous Beyond the Cliffs of Kerry (Bold Women of the 18th Century, places andut her in dangerous situations Her husband uickly sees This Is Not The is not the woman he left behind when he went into battle She has become confident and almost fearless It makes him see his own service in a different light too Their relationship had become stunted because they both held everyth. My favorite new mystery series Alyssa Maxwell USA Today bestselling authorIn 1919 England in the shadow of The Great War many look to the spirit world for answers But it will take an all too earthbound intrigue to draw in the discerning heroine of Anna Lee Huber's latest mystery It's not that Verity Kent doesn't sympathize with those eager to make contact with lost loved ones After all she once believed herself a war widow But now that she's discovered Sidney is very much alive Verity is having eno. Ing in While he wants to escape to the country she can t back away from the search for her compatriot This could be the final straw that breaks their marriageIn addition to the relationship struggles of our rotagonist the author delivers an excellent mystery Verity s uest to find her cohort takes us deeply into La Dame Blanche Belgian underground intelligence She knows her friend needs her help and the The Three Lives of Sonata James path we follow with her is absolutely captivating and at times scary Each twist each turn a breadcrumb here a breadcrumb there she doesn t give up As a reader I enjoyed following this strong smart woman wherever she wentAnna Lee Huber gives us a look at England and beyond after World War I in rich detail She describes thelaces and the eople so vividly This author knows how to build a story that is full of intrigue She has done her RESEARCH AND I ALWAYS FEEL LIKE I LEARN SOMETHING and I always feel like I learn something reading her books The detail while great did slow down the pace just a bit in laces but when the ace icked up I was glued to the ages just a bit in laces but when the ace icked up I was glued to the ages the very endThe book leaves me with a bit of a conundrum I really like Max the other man in Verity s life but I should want her to be with her husband right Sidney may have had his reasons for what he did but it just toasts me that he just thinks Verity should welcome him with open arms I am very interested to see what the author has lanned for VerityThis book can be read all on its own but I recommend reading them in order to fully understand Verity and the situations that occur within this story I have officially given up at 70% I tried lowing through it and when that did not work I tried reading a tiny bit every day hoping to eventually reach the end That too became a chore I think if I had read the first book in Huber s new series this second book would have made much sense to me In any case I found the mystery itself tedious I also failed to care for any of the main characters I loved Simone St James s Lost Among the Living which too features a soldier husband resumed to be dead during the Great War and a wife struggling to move forward with her life I think the Bear Boy premise is a very intriguing one but in this book the husband seemedetulant that his wife forged ahead for herself during his absence There is a love triangle that failed to materialize here and ultimately Verity Kent did not emerge as a articularly interesting or complex character I hate to give up but I m calling it Full disclosure I ve been a huge fan of Anna Lee Huber for years I absolutely love all of her books and I can t get enough of the heroines mysteries and of course the covers The Verity Kent series is Ugh trouble connecting with her estranged husband never mind the dead Still at a friend's behest Verity attends a seance where she encounters the man who still looms between her and Sidney and a medium who channels a woman Verity once worked with in the Secret Service Refusing to believe her former fellow spy is dead Verity is determined to uncover the source of the spiritualist's top secret revelationThen the medium is murdered and Verity's investigation is suddenly thwarted Even Secret Service ag. ,