Check-Out Time

[PDF] Check-Out Time | by ☆ Kate Kingsbury - Check-Out Time, Check Out Time The Pennyfoot hides many secrets and its downstairs staff keeps a tight lip even when the Edwardian aristocrats are spotted dallying with damsels in the boudoirs or gambling in the forbidden card ro [PDF] Check-Out Time | by ☆ Kate Kingsbury - Check-Out Time, Check Out Time The Pennyfoot hides many secrets and its downstairs staff keeps a tight lip even when the Edwardian aristocrats are spotted dallying with damsels in the boudoirs or gambling in the forbidden card ro

  • Title: Check-Out Time
  • Author: Kate Kingsbury
  • ISBN: 9780425146408
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Paperback
Check-Out Time

[PDF] Check-Out Time | by ☆ Kate Kingsbury, Check-Out Time, Kate Kingsbury, Check Out Time The Pennyfoot hides many secrets and its downstairs staff keeps a tight lip even when the Edwardian aristocrats are spotted dallying with damsels in the boudoirs or gambling in the forbidden card rooms hidden below the floorboards Should now and then one of the hotel guests fall prey to a dastardly murderer however it is up to Cecily Sinclair to restore order before SThe Pennyfo [PDF] Check-Out Time | by ☆ Kate Kingsbury - Check-Out Time, Check Out Time The Pennyfoot hides many secrets and its downstairs staff keeps a tight lip even when the Edwardian aristocrats are spotted dallying with damsels in the boudoirs or gambling in the forbidden card ro

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About “Kate Kingsbury

  • Kate Kingsbury

    Kate Kingsbury grew up in London, England, and at a very early age began telling stories to her school friends during the London Blitz of WW II while huddling in bomb shelters Kate moved to the U.S in the early sixties, and had passed her 50th birthday when she published her first book Writing as Doreen Roberts, her real name at the time she published 26 romance novels for Harlequin Silhouette In 1991 her first Pennyfoot Hotel book was published and since then Kate has written 35 mysteries, including the Manor House mysteries, the Bellehaven House mysteries written as Rebecca Kent and the Raven s Nest mysteries, written as Allison Kingsley Her new series, The Merry Ghost Inn Mysteries debuted in January, 2017 with Dead and Breakfast, featuring a B B on the Oregon coast She has one son, Regan, and lives with her husband, Bill, in the beautiful state of Oregon.



625 thoughts on “Check-Out Time

  • Pennyfoot Hotel seriesOwner, Cecily Husband died and she runs hotel with hired help and a butler type she is in love with.1908 class divisions in London.Guy jumps from balcony.


  • Be careful of swinging watches in front of your face This is an amazing book, I truly lost a lot of sleep reading this.10 stars for this story, Wow Kate great job.I thought I had it figured out 3 times, but then Cecily had another idea.The closing of a business being closed by a self absorbed idiot can be deadly.You won t be disappointed You will love it.


  • AnnoyingThe little boy was so annoying I was tempted to put it down But it got better I m curious see how it goes with Michael s wife.



  • Check Out Time is the fifth book in Kate Kingsbury s other mystery series featuring the Cecily Sinclair and the Pennyfoot Hotel It is also the second book in my read two books by the same author entry for the Autumn Semi Charmed Challenge The Pennyfoot Hotel books are set during Edwardian times and Cecily s hotel is the place to be for London aristocrats looking for a little seaside holiday Except it also appears to be the place to be if you want to commit murder Cecily is as bad as Jessica Flet [...]


  • From bad to worse Kingsbury is just pretty bad at her craft This time the only saving grace is that the mystery has meat then in the three previous outings Yet there are three elements that ruin the bookFirst can you see an Edwardian Officer leaving the service to run a Pub with a Fuzzy Wuzzy native wife back in the south of England on the Dover Road This is how bad it gets But it is not some minor character to us It is the beloved son of the heroine Here we have a modern woman forcing her view [...]


  • The last danceOnlookers are shocked to see Sir Richard Malton dancing on the balcony railing four stories up Then he lost his balance and plummeted to the earth.Was it suicide He was alone on the balcony, and the door was locked on the inside Cecily Sinclair needs to know A scandal such as this could close down the Pennyfoot Hotel for good.Cecily needs Baxter s help to investigate this puzzling death By the time they have the answer, there is almost another tragedy.


  • I found Check out Time by Kate Kingsbury to be remarkably well played out this time around There was enough to keep my imagination spinning trying to guess for myself who did it I was quite pleased with the final outcome of the mystery and how everything came together so very nicely surrounding the mystery There were, however, a couple of loose ends not pertaining to the mystery that I would have liked of an explanation for.Baxter leaves us with a bit of a cliff hanger with just one spoken sent [...]


  • I really enjoy this series I ve always been fascinated by the Edwardian Victorian time period I didn t guess the killer until right before he was revealed Which made me happy I enjoy the building friendship between Cecily and Baxter I like how Cecily treats the staff members as family and isn t an uptight snob Phoebe on the other hand got on my nerves real bad in this book I like Gertie but she got on my nerves in this one as well.


  • I am willing to accept a lot of suspension of disbelief, but this book has a vast number of seriously, are you kidding me plot points The method of murder is so ridiculously not possible that I can t even begin to wrap my head around like, not scientifically possible ridiculous The casual portrayal of voodoo reflects not even the most basic level of knowledge or research And then at the end, the killer WAITS PATIENTLY for the police to come arrest him her Just, no.


  • The Pennyfoot Hotel is the site of another murder in Badger s End This time, in a locked room type of story, a guest has fallen to his death after trying to balance on the balcony railing like a tightrope walker Much to business manager Baxter s dismay, Cecily insists on investigating the latest crime, with a visit to a scandalous Variety Show in London.


  • Another great installment in the Pennyfoot Hotel mysteries I feel as I m really in Badgers End and a part of this charming series I love the idea of hypnotism laced through the story and am intrigued by Madame s new daughter in law.


  • Not as good as most of this series I figured out that the victim had been hypnotized The actual murderer eluded me till almost the end Baxter and Cecily argued and sniped at each other a little too much.


  • In the fifth book of the Pennyfoot Hotel series, Cecily and Baxter try to solve the mystery of a guest who fell to his death from his room s balcony Was Sir Richard Malton s death a tragic accident or did someone help the man in his plunge off the balcony


  • DelightfulThese mysteries keep getting better and better Cecily is a good detective and Baxter makes a great loyal sidekick What s next


  • Good light reading This is a good book for curling up in a comfortable chair on a cold night with a cup of hot cider.


  • Kate Kingsbury is one of my favorite current mystery authors I ve enjoyed all the Pennyfoot Hotel Mysteries I ve read, and I m keeping an eye out for the books I m missing in the series.


  • I like this series, but this one would not be my favourite To much of the kids bad manors for me on this one But otherwise okay.


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