Regina Jeffers
The Phantom of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Murder Mystery
September 24, 2019 Comments.. 363
The Phantom of Pemberley A Pride and Prejudice Murder Mystery HAPPILY MARRIED for over a year and in love than ever Darcy and Elizabeth can t imagine anything interrupting their bliss filled days Then an intense snowstorm strands a group of travelers at Pemberl
  • Title: The Phantom of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Murder Mystery
  • Author: Regina Jeffers
  • ISBN: 9781569758878
  • Page: 160
  • Format: ebook
  • HAPPILY MARRIED for over a year and in love than ever, Darcy and Elizabeth can t imagine anything interrupting their bliss filled days Then an intense snowstorm strands a group of travelers at Pemberley, and terrifying accidents and mysterious deaths begin to plague the manor Everyone seems convinced that it is the work of a phan tom a Shadow Man who is haunting thHAPPILY MARRIED for over a year and in love than ever, Darcy and Elizabeth can t imagine anything interrupting their bliss filled days Then an intense snowstorm strands a group of travelers at Pemberley, and terrifying accidents and mysterious deaths begin to plague the manor Everyone seems convinced that it is the work of a phan tom a Shadow Man who is haunting the Darcy family s grand estate Darcy and Elizabeth believe the truth is much menacing and that someone is trying to murder them But Pem berley is filled with family guests as well as the unexpected travelers any one of whom could be the culprit so unraveling the mystery of the murderer s identity forces the newlyweds to trust each other s strengths and work together.Written in the style of the era and including Austen s romantic playfulness and sardonic humor, this suspense packed sequel to Pride and Prejudice recasts Darcy and Elizabeth as a husband and wife detective team who must solve the mystery at Pemberley and catch the murderer before it s too late.
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    1 Blog on “The Phantom of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Murder Mystery

    1. Marissa says:

      Let me put this simply The Phantom of Pemberley might very well be one of the worst books I ve ever completed I ve never been the kind of person who could simply give up on a book I figure that there are plenty of things in my life that I procrastinate on don t follow through with that I can t add books to that list Books are usually a nice, engaging form of distraction, at the very least, a minor form of obsession when they capture me at the right time with the right story or style The Phantom [...]

    2. Kim says:

      I enjoyed this one.

    3. Talia says:

      I liked the premise but the ending fell flat Anything that Ms Jeffers writes is worth reading so I would recommend it.

    4. Diana says:

      Since this was a freebie from BN for the Nook, I guess I cannot complain too much.but I am going to provide my somewhat detailed opinion so someone else in my situation may choose something else form the freebie shelfLet s start with, I enjoy Jane Austen, although I am not really a fanatic I have even enjoyed some of the quirky Austen themed novels of present day girls transported to Austen England, etc Therefore, when I found myself with nothing to read and spotted The Phantom of Pemberley on m [...]

    5. Debbie Brown says:

      This struck me as a strange mixture of Ten Little Indians a.k.a And Then There Were None , the movie Murder by Death, and a sequel to Pride and Prejudice A widely disparate group of travelers find themselves stranded at Pemberley because of an intense snowstorm There are a few strange, unexplained occurrences and eventually multiple mysterious deaths, creating an atmosphere of fear and distrust among those in residence sort of like Ten Little Indians As in Murder By Death, everything is explaine [...]

    6. Athena says:

      Why, why, why, WHY do so many authors of this genre insist on pairing Geoogiana with Col Fitzwilliam I understand that cousin marriage was done in Jane s day Anne and Darcy were supposed to marry Mr Collins proposed to Lizzie Fanny Price ended up with her cousin However, we are no longer in that time period, and now cousin romance is seriously unappealing Add to this the fact that he is Georgiana s co guardian This adds a creep factor Oh yeah, and he s OLD Don t give me the that s the way it was [...]

    7. Dancer says:

      It drives me crazy when someone criticizes an author for adding parts of the original story line to sequel That is why I buy a Jane Austen variation I want MORE Austen And despite what some believe, MANY people in the world are not familiar with Austen s works Therefore any writer using her story lines MUST explain the relationships between the characters while establishing a new beginning Plus, possibly, the author s publishing company requires that the person add Austen s language.This is a ti [...]

    8. Carly says:

      I think I enjoyed the character development than the actual mystery Dr Darcy s admiration for Elizabeth was obscenely romantic swoon It was interesting take on the futures of Lydia Wickham, Anne DeBourgh and Georgiana Darcy I would have liked to have seen some loose ends tied up but over all it was a fun read.

    9. Kasia Burlakoff says:

      I loved this murder mystery story It was full of angst and multiple murders occurred There were many people involved, each one with a different agenda and a backstory I enjoyed discovering multiple layers of deceit and disguise, though I understand that it might have been a bit confusing for some readers But it is what I expected from this kind of story.My favorite part of the book was the relationship between Darcy and Elizabeth strong, faithful, passionate and very sweet I enjoyed their intera [...]

    10. Barbara says:

      Let me start off by stating that Pride And Prejudice is one of my all time favorite novels I love Jane Austen and Elizabeth Bennett is one of the best written female characters I have ever read So, I have studiously avoided any novels related to Pride And Prejudice, be it a sequel or Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Deluxe Edition Quirk Classics However, I came across The Phantom of Pemberley A Pride and Prejudice Murder Mystery as a free Friday download from Barnes Noble and decided to give it a [...]

    11. Miguelina Perez says:

      In The Phantom of Pemberley, Regina Jeffers, author of several books including The Scandal of Lady Eleanor, continues the much endeared love story of the key characters of Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy.The Phantom of Pemberley takes place a little over a year after Elizabeth and Darcy s wedding and both are happily settled in their match The novel begins with Elizabeth and Mr Darcy getting ready to head into town to pick up Elizabeth s sister, Lydia Al [...]

    12. Jenifer Rosenberg says:

      I believe the subtitle of this books should be The Awesome, Unflinching Adventures of Mary Sue Darcy because, as written by Jeffers, Elizabeth Darcy is super human The same woman who was rather choked up in Pride and prejudice to learn of her little sister s scandal was able to take mysterious murder in her own home with stride The implication is that she and Darcy have such an amazingly, perfect, loving relationship that she need never cry again In fact, the lingering on the relationship is too [...]

    13. Meredith (Austenesque Reviews) says:

      Newly married Elizabeth Darcy is about to experience her first true Derbyshire winter A big snowstorm is on its way and is expected to keep residents of all the neighboring counties inside and immobile for a few days Arriving just in time for this terrible blizzard is Darcy s aunt, Lady Catherine, with her daughter Anne and her daughter s companion, Mrs Jenkinson, and Elizabeth s sister, Lydia Wickham When Darcy goes to pick up Lydia at the Lambton Inn, he generously offers to provide shelter fo [...]

    14. JG (The Introverted Reader) says:

      The author tries a little too hard to copy Austen s voice and it fell very flat for me Must we Elizabeth Darcy gave her husband an expectant look I so enjoy being alone with you away from the responsibilities of Pemberly Flat yet nauseatingly sappy Not a good combination for me The phrases from Austen s original work that were inserted actually distracted me rather than adding to the book It was quickly turning into a game of Spot the Original Phrasing Darcy took in her countenance Hers was a fa [...]

    15. Mary says:

      I m always skeptical when I pick up a book that claims to continue Elizabeth and Darcy s story post Pride Prejudice I have never made it than ten pages into one, and I figured this book would be the same More anachronistic attitudes and behaviors, speech, and actions on the part of the characters I love so dearlybut actually, this book stayed as true to the original as I think it could have I liked the character development of those from the actual book Lady Catherine, Anne, Georgiana, etc all [...]

    16. Leslie says:

      I liked this book The mystery is intriguing The characters are familiar.

    17. Georgiana 1792 says:

      Delitto al porto di PemberleyEbbene s , Pemberley sembra essere diventata un porto di mare in questo giallo di Regina Jeffers che si svolge poco pi di un anno dopo matrimonio di Darcy ed Elizabeth.A causa di una tormenta di neve, infatti, la locanda di Lambton stracolma di clienti ospiti sia attesi che inattesi si riversano pertanto nelle sale della dimora avita dei Darcy Uno di essi Lydia, la sorella pi giovane di Elizabeth, sposata con la nemesi di Darcy, George Wickham.Lui, per fortuna, non c [...]

    18. Tracy says:

      Definitely a good read It was a mystery, well written and in the Regency style via the blurb on the back of the book , and had a good buildup of suspense and drama plenty of drama , as well as the key elements first introduced in Pride and Prejudice the importance of family and finding a good match I actually enjoyed reading this much than the original Pride and Prejudice This book was sort of a sequel in which Elizabeth and Darcy have been married a year, are Mistress and Master of Pemberley a [...]

    19. S. J. says:

      3.5 4 Stars The Gush Pride and Prejudiced a mystery Two of my favorite things in the universe While not perfect, I found this to be a quite delightful read I ve read a great deal of the published Jane Austen fan fiction and this is among the better ones Not only does the author avoid placing modern morals on 19th century people, but she does an adequate job of capturing the voice.Characters No characters from the books appear wrong and the new characters are wonderfully described and interact wi [...]

    20. Pamela says:

      I have watched, and read all things Austen This book was so refreshing First, it was not over the top in flowery gestures, or language The book seems to pick up ,right where we left them at the end of the movie A year has passed, and Lydia has asked to come for a visit, since she missed the wedding The only problem, is the same day they are to pick up Lydia, Lady Catherine, and her daughter Anne arrive, after a long separation, with the Darcy s The weather has turned nasty, with a blizzard beari [...]

    21. Diana says:

      Warning Contains a spoilerSo Pride and Prejudice is my favorite book of all time As a result, I have looked down with scorn at the books by authors who have attempted to extend the Elizabeth and Darcy story for their own gains Then BN offered this book free for the Nook and I decided to give it a try if for no other reason than to inform myself of this genre of books and, hey, the price is right I can sum up the book in one word AWFULDetails of my opinion First of all, you cannot read 3 pages wi [...]

    22. Kristen says:

      This was an interesting and very unique attempt at a Pride Prejudice sequel I mostly enjoyed it but there were some aspects that stretched not only a reader s credulity, but the boundaries of the original story and characters.A year after their marriage, Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy are happily enjoying their new life at Pemberley When a freak snow storm strands a odd and diverse group of stangers at Pemberley, including Elizabeth s troublesome sister, Lydia, Elizabeth does her best to be the [...]

    23. Ash says:

      I am only on page 6 and I am already highly disappointed in this book In this very short time I have found the following three things very jarring thereby distracting me from the story.1 The authors version of Elizabeth is already straying from Austen s original through her actions and speech she comes across weak in personality and dependent.2 Apparently the man like figure she sees in the woodland is dismissed by everyone including Darcy as a brown bear when bears are not found in England the [...]

    24. Kate says:

      Happily married for over a year and in love than ever, Darcy and Elizabeth can t imagine anything interrupting their bliss filled days Then an intense snowstorm strands a group of travelers at Pemberley, and terrifying accidents and mysterious deaths begin to plague the manor Everyone seems convinced that it the work of a phantom a Shadow Man who is haunting the Darcy family s grand estate Darcy and Elizabeth believe the truth is much menacing and that someone is trying to murder them But Pemb [...]

    25. Sam says:

      This is the first sequel book to Pride Prejudice I have read It is a stand alone book and not a part of a series like many of the sequel books out and I chose The Phantom of Pemberley because of the mystery element worked into the story, I was not disappointed I enjoyed this book much than the other Jeffers book I read The Scandal of Lady Eleanor and she did a fairly decent job maintaining the feel and voices of the original Austin characters.Of course Elizabeth and Darcy are the featured actor [...]

    26. Elisabetta says:

      Regina Jeffers ci regala, con questo libro, un ottimo giallo ambientato a Pemberley.Oggetti e cibi che spariscono, misteriose morti e un fantasma che si aggira tra le ombre di Pemberley Una Pemberley a dir poco affollata da alcuni semi sconosciuti e non costretti a chiedere ospitalit a causa di una tormenta di neve che blocca ogni via e riempie la locanda pi vicina.Tra gli ospiti troviamo anche Lady Catherine, costretta a chiedere l aiuto di Darcy per una faccenda strettamente personale forza An [...]

    27. Cindy says:

      PP variation with no explicit sex Copyright 2010 So I m in the bookstore and I see this book with the lurid cover of the lady with impossibly large lips and read the back The devil inside me says, Murder at Pemberly You could be reading this delicious story tonight Well, of course I buy it Was it worth it Well, sort of The murder mystery was pretty good Sort of contrived at the end DO NOT SKIP TO THE END I have 3 problems with the story 1 Ms Jeffers, all of your intelligent readers have read Pri [...]

    28. Amanda says:

      I picked up this book at a second hand store because I was in the mood for a Regency romance and Pride and Prejudice themed turned seemed quite lovely Regina Jeffers is also a popular name in the romance genre and I thought I d give the book a try It was neat seeing all of my favorite PP characters in a continuation, but the writing style and plot just didn t click for me Jeffers lifts a significant amount of her dialogue and descriptions from the original book and this feels a bit lazy, especia [...]

    29. Angie says:

      This is a Pride and Prejudice spin off mystery This book sounded so good and I looked at it several times before purchasing it I love Austen, and I love mysteries, so what could go wrong When I first started it, I had a feeling it wasn t going to be what I wanted it to be and I was right The author made the relationship between Darcy and Lizzy just way too sappy to be believable throughout the entire book And that is hard for me because I like a little romance That really detracted from the stor [...]

    30. RavenclawReadingRoom says:

      I wanted to like the idea of a murder mystery at Pemberley But much like Death Comes to Pemberley, this failed to deliver There were so many bizarre twists and turns that the plot became confusing, and then the final big reveal and the climax of the story happened over about twenty pages.There were a bunch of little things that bothered me about the writing throughout Any pet names are capitalised my Husband, my Sweetling, my Dear, my Love The servants speech patterns are odd, and make them seem [...]

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