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by Kathy Lynn Emerson

eBook Face Down Upon An Herbal download ISBN: 1575666200
Author: Kathy Lynn Emerson
Publisher: Kensington (November 1, 2000)
Language: English
ePub: 1871 kb
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Category: Mystery
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2nd of the Face Down historical mystery series by Kathy Lynn Emerson; originally . Glenelg let the book fall open at random and silently perused the page.

2nd of the Face Down historical mystery series by Kathy Lynn Emerson; originally published by St. Martin's Press and Kensington Books. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Originally published: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1998. The 16th century herbalist, Lady Appleton, travels to Madderly Castle to help Lady Madderly write a book on herbs. When her hostess is bludgeoned with a candlestick, Lady Appleton hunts for the killer. Lots of information on herbs. By the author of Face Down in the Marrow-Bone Pie.

Emerson writes historical mysteries as Kathy Lynn Emerson, historical fiction set in. .Face Down Upon an Herbal (1561), novel originally published in 1998.

Emerson writes historical mysteries as Kathy Lynn Emerson, historical fiction set in royal courts as Kate Emerson, and contemporary mystery books as Kaitlyn Dunnett. Her book How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries was nominated for two industry awards and won the 2008 Agatha Award for Best Non-Fiction. Lady Appleton and the London Man (1562), short story. Face Down Among the Winchester Geese (1563), novel originally published in 1999. Lady Appleton and the Cautionary Herbal (1564), short story. Face Down Beneath the Eleanor Cross (1565), novel originally published in 2000.

But when the herbalist learns that a pugnacious Scots baron has been found murdered atop the herbal that she has authored, she realizes that there is more to the queen's request

Face Down upon an Herbal marks the return of Susanna, Lady Appleton, an Elizabethan woman who literally wrote the book on poisons. But when the herbalist learns that a pugnacious Scots baron has been found murdered atop the herbal that she has authored, she realizes that there is more to the queen's request. Then the killer strikes again, and strong-minded Susanna takes matters into her own hands and investigates the dastardly deeds.

Face Down upon an Herbal marks the return of Susanna, Lady Appleton, an Elizabethan woman who literally wrote the book on poisons. While her husband is away on a diplomatic mission to Scotland, Susanna is summoned by Queen Elizabeth to work on a new Second book in the series, but my first attempt at the "Face Down series. Cozy mystery, I wasn't particularly drawn to any of the characters, though I do love this time period in history.

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Ostensibly there to help Lady Eleanor Madderly with her herbal manuscript, Susanna learns of the recent killing of Lord Glenely-an obnoxious Scots visitor found in the library where Magdalen Harleigh oversees Lord Madderly’s collection while her burly husband, Otto, serves as the Castle’s Horse Master. Murder in the queen's wardrobe.

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Having written the definitive book on herbal poisons, Susanna, Lady Appleton, knows she must find the link between her herbal and the man who was found dead reading it before it is too late. By the author of Face Down in the Marrow-Bone Pie. Reprint.
Comments: (7)
Zeueli
As usual with a mystery, I had no idea who did it until the very last moment.

The 2nd in the Face Down series (the first, Face Down in the Marrow-Bone Pie), Face Down Upon an Herbal continues the further sleuthing of Susanna, Lady Appleton, this time away from Leigh Abbey and most of those in the first book (no Jennet, nor her now-husband this time around). I enjoyed the change of scenery, and I again enjoyed the sights, sounds, and smells of what must have been 16th century life for an upper crust couple (tho *she's* the one who had the dough!).

And that's what I especially take away from these first two in the series, as I like reading a fiction set in an historical setting. As I said in my review of the first book, I am taking a course on the Late Middle Ages, and this seemed to tie into that (probably loosely, but still...).

If you thought Lady Appleton's husband, Robert, was a bit of jerk (charming, but still a jerk), you'll probably get p.o.'d at him all over again (as I did, lol), but I assume that this was typical behavior for the time as Robert had to marry in order to get to a higher station in life, and so resents Susanna if not quite on the surface, then definitely deep down.

Another excellent book in the series, and will definitely be getting the next one. :-)
Yozshujinn
This book was a bit slower to get into than the first, but it finishes up well. Susanna is a strong smart woman who is up to the task of unraveling a thorny mystery. I even like her husband, randy as he is, because it's clear that he and his wife love each other, although most days they don't much like each other. That type of subtle complexity in characters makes for a satisfying reading experience. In hindsight, the clues are there throughout, no unsupported twists out of the blue. So give this book the chance to develop in its own sweet time. It will be worth it.
Uafrmaine
Lord Glenelg is an odious man. He is also a traitor. Now, a guest in Lord and Lady Madderly's castle, he has been murdered, though no one seems terribly upset about his loss. Enter Susanna, Lady Appleton, and her half-sister-in-law Catherine, enjoined by the Queen to visit Madderly Castle to assist its Lady with her herbal. Coincidence? Susanna thinks not, but that does not keep her from trying to solve this, and subsequent, murders.
I thoroughly enjoyed the first novel in this series, but did not like this one so well. The mystery was not as interesting, and the fact that Susanna was not at home hurt the entertainment value, I thought, particularly since it meant that her companion and confidante became half-sister Catherine rather than the feisty, outspoken Jennet from that first outing.
The author writes well about herbs and the times, informing us effortlessly of things we might not otherwise know, but while this was a pleasant read, it was a letdown from the first, though I'll probably try another in the series.
Shaktizragore
This is the second of Kathy Lynn Emerson's Face Down books that I've read. While the other one was slow moving, this one slowed down almost to a standstill. So-while I finished it, I wasn't drawn back to quickly see what was happening next. I knew not much would for a number of pages yet. They are interesting, set back in the past, without modern detection devices, just need to get a bit more speed on.
Iphonedivorced
Great book
Natety
great read
Small Black
Even better than the first of the "Face Down" series, Face Down Upon an Herbal an outstanding example of the historical mystery genre. Susanna, Lady Appleton, is an intelligent and engaging sleuth. The plot never hurries yet has definite direction, always leading toward the eagerly anticipated denouement. And the secondary characters are well-drawn and equally engaging. I can't wait for future entries in this series and hope there will be many more.
This is a wonderful series of historical mysteries. The characters are strong and grow in the course of the series, and the stories are fun--although not terribly hard to figure out, in this case at least. This did not deter me from enjoying this book at all. The pleasure of Elizabethan England is the greater joy here--all the more so because the historical details are correct!