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Eleven-year-old amateur detective and ardent chemist Flavia de Luce is used to digging up clues, whether they’re found among the potions in her laboratory or between the pages of her insufferable sisters’ diaries. What she is not accustomed to is digging up bodies. Upon the five-hundredth anniversary of St. Tancred’s death, the English hamlet of Bishop’s Lacey is busily pr

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    Leslie

    Mar 27, 2012

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    Wow! I admit I wasn’t expecting much with this latest installment of my very favorite mystery series. Not because it hasn’t alway been wonderful, but because I’ve never read a series that kept on being wonderful so long. This one was most excellent. I have just closed the book and must tell you that the last sentence caused me to leap off the couch, throw off my snuggy in the most unladylike fashion and shriek and hoop and holler. What a surprise! I had been wondering about “it” since the first

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    Richard Derus

    Feb 05, 2013

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    Rating: 3.9* of five

    The Book Description: Eleven-year-old amateur detective and ardent chemist Flavia de Luce is used to digging up clues, whether they’re found among the potions in her laboratory or between the pages of her insufferable sisters’ diaries. What she is not accustomed to is digging up bodies. Upon the five-hundredth anniversary of St. Tancred’s death, the English hamlet of Bishop’s Lacey is busily preparing to open its patron saint’s tomb. Nobody is more excited to peek inside the

    The Book Description: Eleven-year-old amateur detective and ardent chemist Flavia de Luce is used to digging up clues, whether they’re found among the potions in her laboratory or between the pages of her insufferable sisters’ diaries. What she is not accustomed to is digging up bodies. Upon the five-hundredth anniversary of St. Tancred’s death, the English hamlet of Bishop’s Lacey is busily preparing to open its patron saint’s tomb. Nobody is more excited to peek inside the crypt than Flavia, yet what she finds will halt the proceedings dead in their tracks: the body of Mr. Collicutt, the church organist, his face grotesquely and inexplicably masked. Who held a vendetta against Mr. Collicutt, and why would they hide him in such a sacred resting place? The irrepressible Flavia decides to find out. And what she unearths will prove there’s never such thing as an open-and-shut case.

    My Review: The ending threw me a curve.

    The middle was a busy muddle.

    The beginning was a laugh a minute.

    And I enjoyed it all. I didn’t know who the murderer was, and when revealed I was a bit surprised I hadn’t thought of that. I was mildly ticked that, at the ending of the book after the murderer was disposed of, a loose end wasn’t tucked tidily away but rather left to be part of the cliffhanger resolution. If Mr. Bradley should happen to pass into his Eternal Reward before the next book is completed and edited, I shall engage every root woman and witch doctor and psychic and spiritualist I can locate to hound the rotter into spirit-writing it.

    So, since I’m usually a tartar about judging cozies, demanding the characters and the plot mesh, why am I still reading these somewhat ramshackle novels? After all, the murderer’s identity isn’t at all well set up, and the red herrings are ummm far-fetched, and the propulsive event is barely, barely set up and then ignored.

    Yeah, well, cozies are about characters and about a species of ma’at maintenance, and these novels deliver all the pleasures of those qualities in spades, doubled. Bradley’s quite improbable little genius Flavia de Luce is a pill of the first water, a know-it-all, and a little girl on the edge of some enormous growings-up that all of us who’ve passed through adolescence can empathize with. Her passive, defeated father, her cruel sisters, her delightful world of Buckshaw with its fully equipped chemistry lab and its decaying splendor, and the people of Bishop’s Lacey, all mix together into an immersive Barsetshire-esque experience of enfolding charm and warmth.

    This is the fifth book, don’t begin here if you’re picking up a new series as too much will be a spoiler for some payoff surprises in earlier books. But should you pick up the series at all? Hmmm. Don’t, if you’re a puzzle-solver; don’t, if you have to have a sleuth whose abilities and access are believable; do, if you’re after the aforementioned immersive experience.

    But, if you do read the book, I defy you not to laugh at the fate of the Heart of Lucifer.


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    Jeffrey Keeten

    Dec 20, 2014

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    ”Now from yon black and fun’ral yew,
    That bathes the charnel-house with dew,
    Methinks I hear a voice begin;
    (Ye ravens, cease your croaking din;
    Ye tolling clocks, no time resound
    O’er the long lake and midnight ground)
    It sends a peal of hollow groans,
    Thus speaking from among the bones.”

    Thomas Parnell
    A night-Piece on Death (1721)

    When they decide to open the crypt of St. Tancred on the 500th anniversary of his death no one is more excited than Flavia de Luce. She is hoping for something gross, terri

    ”Now from yon black and fun’ral yew,
    That bathes the charnel-house with dew,
    Methinks I hear a voice begin;
    (Ye ravens, cease your croaking din;
    Ye tolling clocks, no time resound
    O’er the long lake and midnight ground)
    It sends a peal of hollow groans,
    Thus speaking from among the bones.”

    Thomas Parnell
    A night-Piece on Death (1721)

    When they decide to open the crypt of St. Tancred on the 500th anniversary of his death no one is more excited than Flavia de Luce. She is hoping for something gross, terrifying, and of scientific interest to be revealed when the bones of the saint are brought into the light of day.

    She gets more than even she could bargain for.

    After worming her way into a position to see first… what there is to be seen… she is greeted by the grotesque, swollen, masked body of the once swoon worthy organist for the church. Mr. Collicott has met a most unfortunate end. The unexplained will soon be explainable as the precocious amateur detective Flavia begins to investigate.

    A mysterious puddle of blood in the church will have to be investigated using the microscope her strange, but venerated Great-Uncle, Tarquin de Luce, bought for the laboratory he had installed in the family home at Buckshaw. The lab is Flavia’s home within her home. Luckily she has one hair ribbon, that hasn’t been lost, that she can dip into the blood and take a sample of the fluid home. She is a scientist first and a…shuddering… yuck exclaiming… young woman second.

    She became interested in blood when her two sisters Daphne (Daffy) and Ophelia (Feely) began insisting that she was adopted. Getting blood samples from her two sisters, through rather devious means, was the first step in proving to herself that her sisters were her sisters though at times it was tempting to start believing she wasn’t related to such creatures.

    ”Viewed through a microscope at low power, human blood looks at first like an aerial view of the College of Cardinals, dressed in their scarlet birettas and capes, milling about in Vatican Square, waiting for the Pope to appear on the balcony.”

    Flavia’s real love is poison. Yes, many wonderful dreams have been spun from her love of poison and her wish, at times, to use it.

    ”I’ve mentioned before my passion for poisons and my special fondness for cyanide. But, to be perfectly fair, I must admit that I also have something of a soft spot for strychnine, not just for what it is, but for what it’s capable of becoming, Brought into the presence of nascent oxygen, for instance, these rather ordinary white crystals become at first rich blue in color, then pass in succession through purple, violet, crimson, orange, and yellow.
    A perfect rainbow of ruin!”

    She isn’t the only amateur detective in town. A man interested in the 500 year old flower seeds from Tancred’s tomb has also shown an interest in more than just flora-archaeology. She noticed the tagline…Inquiries on his business card. He can’t fool her!

    Bishop’s Lacey is her English hamlet of doom, soon to rival Cabot Cove for it’s collection of untimely and nefarious deaths. She must continue to dodge the police who are always trying to keep her contained, and take more chances if she is going to solve the murder before her rival.

    The science that Alan Bradley sprinkles liberally throughout the plot adds another level to Flavia’s investigations. It is so interesting to see science taken from the textbook and applied in such useful ways. Flavia by reading and applying that knowledge to experimentation and further observation gives herself the tools to see solutions in dust and cobwebs that would simply be useless to the rest of us. Whether she is trapped in a deep grave, locked in a room, or merely evading detection she has a head full of Macgyveresque answers that will help her prevail.

    This is my fifth adventure with Flavia and my enjoyment of the series deepens with each new installment. I’m surprised at the witty, laugh out loud, fresh situations that Bradley continues to create for his audacious creation. Originally there were only supposed to be six books in the series, but it was recently announced that there will be ten. Sam Mendes has optioned the series for TV, but don’t say… “I’ll just wait for the television show”. Chances are, of course, they are going to muck it all up, so pick up the first book, read them in order (though they are written to each stand alone), and at the end of this one you are going to have a similar reaction that I had…OMG!

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