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  • A Deceptive Homecoming Hattie Davish Mystery #4
  • Anna Loan-Wilsey
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  • 11 September 2020
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DOWNLOAD A Deceptive Homecoming Hattie Davish Mystery #4 ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Traveling secretary Hattie Davish is returning to her once uiet hometown where a deluge of deadly secrets leaves her feeling anything but welcome When her good friend Virginia Hayward’s father passes away Hattie Davish rushes to her hometown of St Joseph Missouri She’s looking forward to visiting the place where she grew up even if the ci. I really liked this little cozy mystery It had a lot of things going on in this story Embezzlement arson malpractice murder burglary and lies There were many suspects and it just wasn t one person doing it all This was my first Hattie Davish book and I would definitely be up for reading of them They take place in the late 1800 s which is one of my favorite times to read about I would definitely recommend this book to any reader who likes cozy mysteries Thanks to the publisher and Net Galley for providing me with this free e galley in exchange for an honest review

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DOWNLOAD A Deceptive Homecoming Hattie Davish Mystery #4 ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook S investigating the bizarre goings on she becomes convinced that someone other than Frank was in the casket but who Her search for the truth takes her from the town cemetery to the home of an infamous outlaw to the dungeon like tunnels beneath the State Lunatic Asylum and brings her face to face with a killer bent on the deadliest lesson of a. A Deceptive Homecoming by Anna Loan Wilsey is the fourth book in the Hattie Davish Mystery series Hattie Davish has returned to her home town of St Joseph Missouri for the funeral of her best friend s father Virginia Ginny Hayward and Hattie went to school together at Mrs Chaplin s School for Women Hattie was devastated when she lost her father and wanted to be there for Ginny Hattie is a traveling secretary to Sir Arthur Windom Greene and will return to Newport Rhode Island after the funeral When Hattie sees the body of Frank Hayward she knows that it is not Frank She tries to tell Ginny but she refuses to listen she is also very cold and distant towards Hattie Then Hattie receives an anonymous note written in an outdated shorthand It asks Hattie to help Hattie knows it is about Mrs Chaplin s school There have been several incidents at the school and no one seems to know who is behind them Someone set a fire stole pages from textbooks destroyed champagne at a party and embezzled money from the school these are just a few of the incidents Hattie wants to help Mrs Chaplin find the culprit behind these occurrencesThen Hattie happens upon Mrs Bertha Yardley She is looking for her husband Levi When Hattie sees a picture of Levi Yardley she notices that he could be Frank Hayward s twin except for the nose Hattie could see how Levi could have been mistaken for Frank since the face had been damaged in the accident Looking for Levi leads Hattie to the State Lunatic Asylum the last place Hattie wants to visit Hattie s father died in the asylum and it brings back bad memories for her Dr Cyrus Hillman who also treated Hattie s father was Levi s doctor He claims that Levi escaped from the asylum and has not been found Dr Hillman is not being completely forthright with Hattie and Mrs Yardley Hattie is determined to find out who was in the coffin and what Dr Hillman is hiding Hattie believes that Dr Hillman contributed to her father s death and the truth will be beneficial to Hattie she will be free to move on with her lifeHattie s employer Sir Arthur has asked Hattie to do a little research while she is in town it s not like she is doing anything else and her beau Walter a doctor would like a souvenir from the Jesse James s house where he was shot Hattie is going to be very busy while in St Joseph She will have to keep her wits about her to solve the crimes especially since someone seems to be following her A Deceptive Homecoming can be read without reading the first three books in the series but there are references to incidents and people from the other books that are not completely explained Hattie s beau Walter is mentioned several times throughout the book but we never get his last name or other details about him except he is a doctor I found Hattie to be a contradictory character One minute she is strong nosy and determined and then she is fainting scared and wanting to go home We are also never told what year it is in the book I am guessing it is around 1890 or later from the descriptions of clothing hat behavior etc I give A Deceptive Homecoming 3 out of 5 stars I think there is too much in this book The mysteries were child s play to solve All the mysteries relate to each other but it can get very confusing with all the people and details I received a complimentary copy of A Deceptive Homecoming from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review The review and opinions expressed are my ownhttpbibliophileandavidreaderblogs

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DOWNLOAD A Deceptive Homecoming Hattie Davish Mystery #4 ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Rcumstances bringing her there are bleak But upon her arrival she learns that all is not well in St Joe Virginia is cold and distant Frank Hayward’s death is shrouded in mystery and a string of troubling incidents have descended on Hattie’s alma mater Mrs Chaplin’s School for Women Frank was the school’s bookkeeper and as Hattie begin. In coming home to the town she grew up in Hattie Davish has very personal stakes in events that become and puzzling with each passing day so that the once familiar St Joseph Missouri doesn t feel like home at all any Mistaken identity mysterious goings on at the girls school Hattie attended years ago and several treks to the local lunatic asylum make this a mystery of many layers and twists with lots of tense moments This is a story that will keep you guessing and keep you up late reading to see what happens next My favorite Hattie Davish mystery so far