Buried in Cornwall

Buried in Cornwall Buried in Cornwall was published in It is the third installment in the Rose Trevelyan series The story begins with a loud scream that terrorizes our heroine into calling out the cavalry Strangely

  • Title: Buried in Cornwall
  • Author: Janie Bolitho
  • ISBN: 9780094794405
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Buried in Cornwall was published in 1999 It is the third installment in the Rose Trevelyan series The story begins with a loud scream that terrorizes our heroine into calling out the cavalry Strangely, they were unable to find anyone In the mean time Rose has begun painting again and has found some artists friends that are willing to help her get her start Or should IBuried in Cornwall was published in 1999 It is the third installment in the Rose Trevelyan series The story begins with a loud scream that terrorizes our heroine into calling out the cavalry Strangely, they were unable to find anyone In the mean time Rose has begun painting again and has found some artists friends that are willing to help her get her start Or should I say start fresh again All this is threatened when murderer intrudes Rose s curiosity is aroused once again as she is drawn into the strange world painters, potters and sculptures.

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    1. I bought this under the mistaken impression it was the first in the series. AnywayRose hears a woman scream while she is out painting at the site of a former mill. She calls the police, but they can find nothing of concern. Then, a few days later, the former girlfriend of the man Rose is sort of dating goes missing.I wanted to love this series - I love Cornwall. However, I found this novel slightly dated; I have described Jenny, the woman who goes missing, as Nick's girlfriend, but in the novel, [...]

    2. 2.5/5.The quote on the back states 'pleasant and enjoyable' and I'd say that really about sums it up. Not in the least bit gritty or heart-stoppingly tense, but lovely descriptions of one of England's most beautiful counties, although a bit light on in-depth characterisation, etc. All the characters are Very Nice and a bit flat.I didn't guess 'whodunnit', but at the same time wasn't particularly surprised by who did (is there simply a lack of red herrings or am I just one of those people who sim [...]

    3. 3rd in the series. Getting to know a new crowd of friends based in St Ives. Rose, of course, gets caught up when one of the group is found murdered and everyone including her is under suspicion.Book ended well leading to a new chapter of her life.

    4. An excellent murder mystery with good characters and a strong plot. Thoroughly enjoyed reading this and look forward to reading more of the series.

    5. This continues the life of amateur photographer and painter, Rose. It is a very enjoyable series and I have a few more to read, which I will look forward to.A definite recommendation.

    6. It’s very strange, reading a crime novel that’s set almost literally on my doorstep.“Walking back along the promenade after a trip to the library, Rose stopped to watch the sea, standing a safe distance away from where it was sweeping up over the railings. It was a high tide, the water choppy but topped with a clear azure sky. Further down children screamed as they tried to dodge the spray but failed. A pair of herring gulls perched on the railing, their heads into the wind. They flew off, [...]

    7. This is the third in this series I have read and though a bit slow I liked it. Towards the end I got a bit bored and if I am honest felt the conclusion was too complicated and found it a bit hard to follow but no doubt I will return to these books at some stage

    8. In Buried In Cornwall, by Janie Bolitho, artist and widow Rose Trevelyan is content to spend most of her time painting the beautiful Cornish landscape in oils and visiting with the St. Ives artistic circle, many of whom have become her friends. One day while painting at an old mine engine, she is startled to hear screams; being a level-headed woman, however, she simply calls the police to report. A whole rescue team is sent to the site, only to find nothing, and Rose's erstwhile boyfriend Inspec [...]

    9. Buried in Cornwall is the third in the Rose Trevelyan series. Rose is an artist who manages to get herself involved in solving murder mysteries. This one starts when she hears screams while out painting, a body is discovered and the mystery begins. The story involves new characters, who, I must admit, I didn't warm to as much as the original cast. I've enjoyed reading these stories, they are easy to read and have enough mystery involved to keep you turning the pages. A good solid 3 stars.

    10. The third episode in the life of Rose Trevelyan in Cornwall. The gentle Cornish mysteries with undertones of Agatha Christie are a very good read and always leave you wanting to know more about Rose Trevelyan and her life in Newlyn.

    11. Found the story somewhat lethargic and light on interest. I struggled to read on just to see " who dun it" and then suddenly we knew and the book was over.

    12. Read whilst staying at Marazion - was lovely to read about places near where we were staying, but otherwise not a great book.

    13. excellent descriptions,interesting story,kept me guessing and enjoyed the characters!want to read more in the series now! :-)

    14. An enjoyable read, with a well-thought plot and believable characters. Janie Bolitho did an excellent job of evoking the atmosphere of a small Cornish village and the lives of its inhabitants.

    15. Fun reading a book set in my home patch but this book feels like the story started before the book began & the end is a little rushed

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