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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The Importance of Being Ernestine (Ellie Haskell Mystery, #10)
  • Dorothy Cannell
  • English
  • 10 June 2018
  • 0142002844

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  1. This was my first Dorothy Cannell and will probably be my last It was given to me by a friend but it s too light for me The plot itself was interesting but I just couldn t handle some of the ridiculous characters, such as Mrs Malloy, and their silly banter.

  2. This book was a delightful surprise I have never read anything by Ms Cannell in spite of the fact that I have seen her in person several times at Magna Cum Murder at Ball State in Muncie, Indiana She will be at Magna again in October but this year it will be in Indianapolis and I am looking forward to letting her know how much I enjoyed this book I read this for my Mystery Book Club at my local library and this is the 10th book in the series so I was unfamiliar with the characters but from This book was a delightful surprise I have never read anything by Ms Cannell in spite of the fact that I have seen her in person several times at Magna Cum Murder at Ball State in Muncie, Indiana She will be at Magna again in October but this year it will be in Indianapolis and I am looking forward to letting her know how much I enjoyed this book I read this for my Mystery Book Club at my local library and this is the 10th book in the series so I was unfamiliar with the characters but from the reviews that I ve read, they are reappearing In this particular tale, Ellie Haskell, who is an interior decorator, redoes her husband s study replacing his old typewriter with a ...

  3. The Importance of Being Ernestine by Dorothy Cannell is book 10 of the Ellie Haskell cozy mystery series set in contemporary England Ellie and her housekeeper Mrs Malloy have been solving mysteries all through the series, so it s no surprise they re teamed up to solve another this time however they actually pose as private detectives.Because her ladyship s elderly relatives around the world are dying, Lady Krumley of Moultty Towers feels that dark forces are carrying out a former housemaid The Importance of Being Ernestine by Dorothy Cannell is book 10 of the Ellie Haskell cozy mystery series set in contemporary England Ellie and her housekeeper Mrs Malloy have been solving mysteries all through the series, so it s no surprise they re teamed up to solve another this time however they actually pose as private detectives.Because her ladyship s elderly relatives around the world are dying, Lady Krumley of Moultty Towers feels that dark forces are carrying out a former housemaid s deathbed curse The most recent death at the Krumley mansion does seem suspicious Ellie s housekeeper Mrs Malloy recentl...

  4. Another in the Ellie Haskell of the English coastal village of Chitterron Fells mystery In this mystery, Ellie and her outlandish housekeeper, Mrs Roxie Malloy, become involved in another mystery Mrs Malloy has started working for a private investigator and, while Ellie is visiting Mrs Malloy in the office, a client mistakes them as investigators working for him and they take on her case The case is a bit convoluted involving events 40 years earlier, a curse on a family, and older members Another in the Ellie Haskell of the English coastal village of Chitterron Fells mystery In this mystery, Ellie and her outlandish housekeeper, Mrs Roxie Malloy, become involved in another mystery Mrs Malloy has started working for a private investigator and, while Ellie is visiti...

  5. This is a Ellie Haskell mystery Ellie and her housekeeper cohort, Mrs Maloy, take on the case of Lady Krumley who believes she is suffering the results of a curse put upon her by a former maid who was fired by Lady Krumley years earlier Ellie and Mrs Maloy are asked to track down the out of wedlock child that was born to this maid so that their client might make restitution to the maid s surviving daughter Ernestine Ms Cannell writes this story ...

  6. Still reading, but I dont know if this is in keeping with the play of which the title is a play on words, but I keep finding similes used for the proper word in sentences, but not in spoken sentences In narrative where you would no expect it Is this poor editing or a rouse on the part of the editor to remind us of the origin of the title I don t know, but there are enough to make me won t to ...

  7. Ellie Haskell has a quarrel with her husband Ben over her redecorating his study Ellie then pays a late night call on her housekeeper Mrs Malloy who is spending most of her time working for a private detective When a client shows up la...

  8. Another enjoyable British cozy I guess I m getting dotty cause I kept thinking the characters were familiar and didn t realize, until a third of the way through, that I read the first book in this series a while ago A lot has...

  9. It was ok, but I thought it was a little slow at times I couldn t identify with the characters as much as I would have liked Overall, a basic British cozy mystery, without violence or blood Would be good as an introduction for readers new to the cozy mystery genre.

  10. Loved the first Ellie book to pieces but she has now become too settled and predictable Mrs Malloy is the wilder andinteresting character here Like Cannell s titles but don t feel compelled to grab future books as soon as they appear.