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Dark Road to Darjeeling is a tremendous achievement, a perfect mix of fun and wisdom.

The “champagne of tea”

And I’m looking forward to the next final full length book. So, darjeelong with an e-reader and plenty of chocolate, I boarded the plane and settled in for a cozy ride. Seems many men fancy the life of a hermit–and a few women. Each time she met someone else, she would get that much closer to solving the mystery.

Both settings equally evocative while remaining worlds apart.

Dark Road to Darjeeling

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Although the lush and exotic setting is immersive, the m Dark Road to Darjeeling 4 Stars Lady Julia and her new husband, Nicholas Brisbane, travel to a remote provence of India at the request of her sister Portia who is concerned about her former lover. Somehow either because of the setting of India or maybe it was all the new characters, Dark Road to Darjeeling just did not work as well for me as the earlier darjeelinb in the series.

Anyway, a major treat to get back to smart, perceptive Lady Julia and mysterious, smoldering Brisbane! Darjeeling, though, is another story. She’s brilliantly drawn and endlessly endearing, even when she’s being a complete PITA.

Lady Julia Grey, lately remarried to private enquiry agent Nicholas Brisbane, is spending some time abroad on her honeymoon when darjedling of her siblings, Portia and Plum, drag her off to an even more exotic locale on the border of India.


He reached for my plate and when I offered no resistance, helped himself to the remains of my fish. I was thinking the other day that this series would not work half as beautifully if the POV alternated between Julia and Brisbane.

I just love this series.

Nearing the end of their wedding trip in the Mediterranean, Julia and Nicholas Brisbane unexpectedly meet darheeling with Julia’s sister Portia and her brother Plum. I did find there was something off about the whole roundabout argument that Julia and Brisbane had for the entirety of this book.

After eight idyllic months in the Mediterranean, Lady Julia Grey and her detective husband are ready to put their investigative talents to work once more.

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There was a mystery to solve, and Julia continuously met new characters who would give her another small clue to the puzzle. Aug 10, Angie rated it it was amazing Shelves: The History of India was most fascinating, and I loved the course, but truly this is not a country I have any desire to travel to.

And really, just how critical a compelling h I was thinking the other day that this series would not work half as beautifully if the POV alternated between Julia and Brisbane. I admit to shaky geography however I believe they only …more Ahh yes, from England to India, but weren’t the Brisbanes already in the eastern Mediterranean? He could not be expected to live wild,” she added reasonably.

My go-to tea is Irish Breakfast malty notes!

To ask other readers questions about Dark Road to Darjeelingplease sign up. I loved the India setting! The effectiveness of the cloaking and revealing of Brisbane shows how important a magical hero is in this series, and how well Raybourn understands that.

The highlight of Dark Road to Darjeeling is not the mystery itself. My least favorite of the series so far. I suppose when Ooculto honest with myself, I really am reading this series for that reveal of Brisbane. With each consecutive volume, Ms Raybourn’s Lady Julia Grey series seemed to be slipping into uninspired, repetitive mediocrity—such a pity after the literary bravura of Silent in the Grave.


I would say it is one of the quieter ones in the series, even though the mystery turns out to be quite dramatic Also I struggled with their relationship…. And this means that they must learn to work with darjeelinv other. This early passage is a classic March exchange between the three of them: Other books in the series.

You must not look to the end of the road, Portia. Quotes from Dark Road to Darj Sep 18, Carolyn Crane rated it it was amazing Shelves: I know a lot of readers were hoping for some tea in this one because of the title, and-yes-there is a tea garden in Darjeeling! Their disagreements have never been easily solved but that just makes for a more satisfying resolution in my opinion.

I totally did not guess the mystery murderer and while without the wonderful tension of ‘will they? But as long as Julia and Brisbane can get up at the end of each mystery, dust themselves off, and stroll hand-in-hand toward their next adventure, I’m happy.

Perfect literary material, in other words. Having enjoyed a relaxing and calm honeymoon together for the last eight months, Lady Julia and Brisbane are unexpectedly brought back to the real world with the sudden arrival of Julia’s sister Portia and brother Plum. I definitely smelled some setup for the next book, and I can’t wait! There amidst the lush and stark Indian landscape of the Cavendish’s prosperous tea plantation, Julia finds herself quickly deducing a plausible motive for murder in every single person she has met.

The danger is palpable and, if they are not careful, Julia and Nicholas will not live to celebrate their first anniversary. I am anxiously awaiting the next book in the series.