I love to read on my Kindle2.
I love to read series fiction.
I love to read series fiction on my Kindle2.
And, I have a new favorite author to add to my list.
Deanna Raybourn writes the Lady Julia Grey series. Raybourn creates memorable, likeable characters who are involved in interesting mysteries with hint of romance. Set in Victorian England, this series explores lifes of the wealthy in this time period and compares it to those who are less fortunate, including Gypsies, prostitutes, and servants. Lady Julia and her madcap family are thoroughly engaging.
There are three books in the series so far Silent in the Grave , Silent in the Sanctuary and Silent on the Moor. I’ve read the first two and I’m in the middle of the third.
If you find you are loving Lady Julia, you may want to check out her more serious, less romatic cousin, Lady Emily. She is similarly a recent widow who solves mysteries in Victorian England. These books are written by Tasha Alexander and while they are similar, there are also lots of differences as well — mostly in tone and style. I have read the first in the Lady Emily series: And Only to Deceive. I enjoyed it and will read more but I didn’t have to get the whole series and read it over a long weekend.
Oh, Amazon has given Kindle a new feature: The Amazon Reading List webpage. You will see a list of your Kindle books. Oddly, at first, I only saw 7 of my books until I chose the option to show more books and then all my books showed up. You can give a review. This feature will also allow you to access your highlights and annotations. This new web service is synched to your Kindle which allows you to see (but not change) these highlights and annotations. You can also review your books with star ratings and see the overall ratings of the same books.