Buried in the Country

↠ Buried in the Country ☆ Carola Dunn - Buried in the Country, Buried in the Country After many years working around the world for an international charity in the late s Eleanor Trewynn has retired to the relative quiet of a small town in Cornwall But her quiet life is short live ↠ Buried in the Country ☆ Carola Dunn - Buried in the Country, Buried in the Country After many years working around the world for an international charity in the late s Eleanor Trewynn has retired to the relative quiet of a small town in Cornwall But her quiet life is short live

  • Title: Buried in the Country
  • Author: Carola Dunn
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  • Page: 173
  • Format: Kindle Edition
Buried in the Country

↠ Buried in the Country ☆ Carola Dunn, Buried in the Country, Carola Dunn, Buried in the Country After many years working around the world for an international charity in the late s Eleanor Trewynn has retired to the relative quiet of a small town in Cornwall But her quiet life is short lived when due to her experience the Commonwealth Relations Office reaches out to her to assist in a secret conference that is to take place in a small hotel outside the historAfte ↠ Buried in the Country ☆ Carola Dunn - Buried in the Country, Buried in the Country After many years working around the world for an international charity in the late s Eleanor Trewynn has retired to the relative quiet of a small town in Cornwall But her quiet life is short live

  • ↠ Buried in the Country ☆ Carola Dunn
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Buried in the Country

About “Carola Dunn

  • Carola Dunn

    Carola Dunn is the author of than 30 Regency romances, as well as 16 mysteries the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series is set in England in the 1920s Ms Dunn was born and grew up in England, where she got a B.A in Russian and French from Manchester University She travelled as far as Fiji before returning to settle in California After 30 years in the US, she says she still sounds as if she arrived a month ago.Prior to writing, Ms Dunn s various jobs included market research, child care, construction from foundation trenches to roofing and writing definitions for a dictionary of science and technology She wrote her first novel in 1979, a Regency which she sold to Warner Books.Now living in Eugene, Oregon, Ms Dunn has a son in California who has just made her a grandmother, and a large black dog named Willow who takes her for a walk by the Willamette River each morning belgravehouse

616 thoughts on “Buried in the Country

  • I m ridiculously fond of the Cornish mysteries but had assumed Dunn had given them up as the last one came out in 2012 So what a delightful surprise to see Buried in the Country on the New Book shelf in the public library one day I love these gentle stories of Eleanor Trewynn, a fluffy old lady whom everyone underestimates Yes, I like Mrs Pollifax and Miss Marple too This new one is true to the form of the others with an interesting set of issues adding to the mystery.I thoroughly enjoyed this b [...]

  • These stories of Eleanor and her Cornwell adventures are always well done This one has some 70s era political notes that are interesting I like visiting her and her friends.

  • I thought that this book was going to be about a secret meeting in Cornwall under the auspices of the British Foreign Office sometime in the 1960 s or thereabouts it was never made clear when it was happening Two African students studying in England and representing opposing groups in Rhodesia were meant to discuss their positions on the Smith government They never did, although there were reports of them disagreeing with one another.Early on the story becomes a muddled one about a pair of unsav [...]

  • Policewoman Megan Pencarrow finds herself hunting two murderers on Bodmin Moor, in company with her aunt and a foreign student who is in Cornwall for a conference with Sir Edward and another Rhodesian student Ah, but her aunt is Eleanor Trewynn, retired from globe trotting with her husband, now deceased, in the interests of a global charity Eleanor knows the moors, even in a fog, and she knows human nature, and she even knows Aikido, though she keeps that information on a need to know basis I re [...]

  • Ddin t enjoy it at all but have not read any of her novels before.I read it because it was based in Cornwall about the area we ve just holidayed in.Found it old fashioned and amateurish and I really only read the complete novel to enjoy the areas we d visited.Would not recommend it to anyone.

  • The 1970s were my formative decade I managed to squeeze High School and College in, while things like Watergate, Jonestown, and disco occurred around me In Buried in the Country , the 4th book in the Cornish Mystery series, author Carola Dunn looks at the 1970s from the perspective of a small slice of England To be specific, she s examining a small slice of England which itself is looking towards the conflict between locals and settlers in Rhodesia or, as one of the characters keeps calling the [...]

  • I erred in reading this fourth series installment before reading previous ones A confusing array of characters ended up at a hotel I had a vague idea Eleanor might be the series sleuth, but I was uncertain Adding confusion to what I perceived would be a cozy series was a plot suggesting she worked in intelligence, tracking spies Further adding to the confusion was a niece working as a police detective assigned to the same detail as she was The plot itself was difficult to follow, introducing thr [...]

  • Eleanor is surprised to receive a phone call from an old friend who is high up in the Foreign Office He wants her to act as chaperone and facilitator at a secret meeting Eleanor doesn t see that she can be much help but agrees to a weekend, all expenses paid, at posh hotel at Tintagel which isn t far from where she lives.What she doesn t expect is to meet her niece, Megan there in her official capacity Megan is a detective with the local force and is there as bodyguard and to look out for anythi [...]

  • This book has it all kidnapping, murder, high speed chases across the moors, political intrigue, and much Eleanor Trewynn is in the middle of a secret political meeting when her solicitor disappears She, along with her niece, police sergeant Megan Pencarrow, begin to search for him She is a little constrained by the presence of a young Oxford student from Rhodesia, whom she was taking on a tour of the cliffs and moors Eleanor s young friend, Nick, drives her to the hotel where the political mee [...]

  • Buried in the Country is the fourth in Carola Dunn s series of mysteries set in Cornwall, England, in the early 1970s The series features two protagonists Eleanor Trewynn is a widow who spent most of her life traveling the world with an international charity After her husband is killed in an uprising, Eleanor retires to the village of Port Mabyn, where she runs a used goods shop which benefits her former employer Eleanor s niece, Detective Sergeant Megan Pencarrow, is the first woman to attain s [...]

  • I really enjoyed this book Eleanor is asked by Sir Edward to come to Tinigal to see if she can help negotiations between to people for peace talks for Zimbabwe She has been doing this kind of work for years as she was traveling with her husband and she has accepted this offer Now she is not going to Africa, but to another town in Cornwall She has tried to see if she can get these two young people to see eye to eye but it doesn t look as if they will cooperate Of course other things are going on [...]

  • Booklist describes the Cornish mystery series as meatier than usual cosies with strong female characters That s true and good to start with, but set in almost the place I love and live, and we re on to a winner I bought the set last week and have romped happily through them.Well written and fast paced, they are obviously somewhat formulaic, but have sufficient twists, turns and droll humour in them for me to rate them 4 stars It s always satisfying to find a congenial author who is prolific and [...]

  • The setup of this story gives new meaning to the term far fetched However, it does get a set of colorful characters together at the King Arthur Hotel in Tintagel The plot builds up to what may be the most ridiculous car chase in literary history It reads as if the author piled all her friends and family along with her dog and took to the lanes of Cornwall to enact the story A fun, light read.

  • We knew who done it pretty much from the get go but the why was very tangled Excellent mystery and having watched Bullit I never dreamed that a chase scene could be so vividly witten The only bad thing about this book and its cast of characters is that Eleanor is slightly older than me and in much better shape

  • Crime solving in Coastal British villages, Cornwall in this case by a Detective Sgt female, is a good read, this, coupled with her world traveler aunt no exception The Sgt tasked with 2 unrelated cases, a missing lawyer and as body guard for Rhodesia Zimbabwe students complicate the story Murder is solved, Commie spies discovered, and as we know, the whites of Rhodesia lose power.

  • Eleanor finds herself involved in both political intrigue and the hunt for a murdering pair I love this series and the descriptions of the Cornish countryside I spent the afternoon looking at pictures of Bodmin Moor and Tintagel I hope this series continues

  • Got this series from Hoopla Digital LOVE this senior protagonist, Eleanor Trewynn Enjoy the reader, too.

  • Love British mysteries This one was very enjoyable, except for the fact that there were too many plots and story lines Maybe if I had read the first 3 I d be better versed in the characters.

  • I love this series I hope there are to come The characters are delightful and the stories are always entertaining.

  • I love what Booklist said, Dunn has a knack for writing meatier than usual cozies with strong female characters

  • It has been a while since Eleanor Trewyn made her last appearance What a pleasure to see her return.There are actually two unrelated stories involved that are linked together in the second half of the book The first involves a small conference on the future of Rhodesia Eleanor is asked to assist with the two Rhodesian students in attendance Her niece Megan has been assigned to provide security The second story is built around the disappearance of a solicitor that Megan has also been assigned to [...]

  • 3.5 stars Keep in mind that this series takes place in the 1970s the plot tangentially involves an international ex colonial Africa political conflict which I recalled nothing about, but that wasn t a problem.I like Eleanor Trewynn Aunt Nell to DS Detective Sergeant Megan Pencarrow, of the Constabulary of the Royal Duchy of Cornwall known as CaRaDoC, a play on an ancient Celtic male name However, in past volumes I have had great sympathy for Megan s boss s groans at Eleanor s involvement in crim [...]

  • I enjoyed this book, there was a couple of twists that I wasn t expecting, looking forward to the next one in the series

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