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In this richly layered debut novel Cate Campbell introduces the wealthy Benedict family and takes us behind the grand doors of their mansion Benedict Hall There family and servants alike must face the challenges wrought by World War I and the dawn of a new age brimming with scandal intrigue and social changeSeattle in 1920 is a city in flux Horse drawn carriages share the cobblestone streets with newfangled motor cars Modern girls bob their hair and show their ankles cafés defy Prohibitio. I read this as part of my Reading My Library uest to read a book from every shelf And upon looking up the author I see she is someone I like who writes as Louise Marley when writing SF The history of Seattle is well executed I could actually follow as they walked around the city which is very unusually for me I liked the bits about medicine and the slow romance between Dr Benedict and Frank Parrish the one handed war veteranThe magical stone thing didn t work for me It made sense that the loser brother would think it gave him special powers but the author seemed to agree as well Given all the lucky breaks she gives it I think it makes complete sense that someone would begin to wonder the stuff in the war the healing of the maid after the abortion the well time heart attackstroke even the confident surgery That strained credibility enough to throw me out of an otherwise good story Absolute Banking English challenges wrought by World War I and the dawn of a new age brimming with scandal intrigue and social Jewish Life carriages share the Sex Toys 101 cobblestone streets with newfangled motor The Joy in Business cars Modern girls bob their hair and show their ankles Stuffed cafés defy Prohibitio. I read this as part of my Reading My Library uest to read a book from every shelf And upon looking up the author I see she is someone I like who writes as Louise Marley when writing SF The history of Seattle is well executed I Cotas Claim could actually follow as they walked around the The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, city which is very unusually for me I liked the bits about medicine and the slow romance between Dr Benedict and Frank Parrish the one handed war veteranThe magical stone thing didn t work for me It made sense that the loser brother would think it gave him special powers but the author seemed to agree as well Given all the lucky breaks she gives it I think it makes Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) complete sense that someone would begin to wonder the stuff in the war the healing of the maid after the abortion the well time heart attackstroke even the Fakers, Forgers Phoneys confident surgery That strained Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia credibility enough to throw me out of an otherwise good story

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Benedict Hall

N by serving dainty teacups of whisky to returning vets and the wartime boom is giving way to a depression Even within the Benedicts' majestic ueen Anne home life is changing above and below stairsMargot the Benedicts' free spirited daughter struggles to succeed as a physician despite gender bias and personal turmoil The household staff especially longtime butler Abraham Blake have always tried to protect Margot from her brother Preston's cruel streak Yet war has altered Preston too not fo. Thank you for sending this book Congratulations to Cate Campbell on her first book 1920 s Washington with men returning from war jobs are scarce and women are fighting for prominence and respect in the work place A family trying to come to terms with these changesadd intrigue jealousy and yes love I found it to be very enjoyable reading and the author allowed us a glimpse of the struggles that many faced in this rapidly changing time

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R the better And when a chance encounter brings a fellow army officer into the Benedict fold Preston's ruthlessness is triggered to new heightsAn engineer at the fledgling Boeing company Frank Parrish has been wounded body and soul and in Margot he senses a kindred spirit But their burgeoning friendship and Preston's growing wickedness will have explosive repercussions for everyone at Benedict Hall rich and poor black and white as Margot dares to follow her own path no matter the conseuenc. I picked up an ARC at Barnes Noble in Kansas City where I am a part time booksellerSeattle Washington is uite an interesting place to be in the 1920 s Men are returning from the War jobs are scarce as businesses adjust to the peacetime economy There s a family with a servants and there are Chinese women with bound feet It is a time of prohibition Boeing is looking to build airplanes for commercial use A lady doctor struggles for acceptance in a male dominated world The doctor s clothes are sometimes bloody but there are other bloody clothes at Benedict Hall Young pregnant women within and without need the Doctor s assistanceThis is an unusual murder story as we know the identity of the evildoer from the beginning The plot twists and turns as evidence of guilt piles up There s a delightful love story woven in A mysterious jewel from Jerusalem brought home from the war is just like its original owner hard and brilliant and many faceted And through it all there s Blake the steadfast butlerchauffeurconfidante He s like the Greek chorus He sees everything and is wise beyond his years


10 thoughts on “Benedict Hall

  1. says:

    I must say right off I bought this book for two reasonsFirst reason I love the cover of this book The Second reason I bought it was because it indicated if you liked Downton Abbey then you will probably like this book It really didn'

  2. says:

    I read this as part of my Reading My Library uest to read a book from every shelf And upon looking up the author I see she is someone I like who writes as Louise Marley when writing SF The history of Seattle is well executed I could actually follow as they walked around the city which is very unusually for me I liked the bits about medicine and the slow romance between Dr Benedict and Frank Parrish the one han

  3. says:

    I have already added the next in the series to my Nook I rarely if ever do this upon reading a book in a new to me series So that should tell you something about how much I LOVED this book It's set in 1920 Seattle has a cast of characters I loved or loathed Strong feelings for characters on the page but Cate Campbell made me feel them I loved the courageous Margot Benedict who chose to be a doctor in a society who struggled with growing ema

  4. says:

    Thank you for sending this book Congratulations to Cate Campbell on her first book 1920's Washington with men returning from war jobs

  5. says:

    I don't usually read historical fiction but this one did hook me It's a fascinating glimpse of the 1920s in a wealthy home in Seattle with a great cast of characters including a young woman physician and several soldiers returning from WW1 forever changed A psychopath is loose but no one believes what he is Campbell makes this all uite believable a bit scary and richly historical Loved it

  6. says:

    1920 Seattle Nice easy read about a discordant family wounded WWI vet and obstacles for a female doctor I will continue with the others in the trilogy

  7. says:

    The Benedicts are a wealthy family in Seattle The family consists of the parents and three grown children Dick Margot and Preston and Dick's wife Ramona The setting of the story is 1920; WWI has just recently ended and Preston is having difficulties adjusting to life after the war Margot is doing the unexpected by practicing medicin

  8. says:

    I’m still a sucker for books that tout themselves as Downton esue so I picked this one up dove right in Set in Seattle just after WWI the s

  9. says:

    I picked up an ARC at Barnes Noble in Kansas City where I am a part time booksellerSeattle Washington is uite an interesting place to be in the 1920's Men are returning from the War jobs are scarce as businesses adjust to the peacetime economy There's a family with a servants and there are Chinese women with bound feet It is a time of prohibi

  10. says:

    Cate Campbell aka Louise Marley tells a good tale Her series has been compared to Downton Abbey but I think that is unfortunate I'm a fan of Downton but get irritated with the 2 second clips on its large list of characters In Benedict Hall Campbell focuses on 3 main characters Frank the taciturn WWI amputee vet Margot the outspoken and deter

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