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Do not Disturb

Do not Disturb Charged with keeping the London aristocracy entertained at Badger s End a seaside resort Cecily Sinclair finds her job complicated when one of the guests is murdered

  • Title: Do not Disturb
  • Author: Kate Kingsbury
  • ISBN: 9780515112825
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Paperback
  • Charged with keeping the London aristocracy entertained at Badger s End, a seaside resort, Cecily Sinclair finds her job complicated when one of the guests is murdered.

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    1. Terri on said:

      Cecily runs the Pennyfoot Hotel - a hotel serving the aristocracy in quiet Badger's End. Only things are not so quiet anymore. Murders are occurring and her friend is suspected. A lot of red herrings, an interesting cast of characters and a satisfying resolution.

    2. Kwoomac on said:

      There's a website called bookbub where you can get kindle books for free. Free books! When I first signed up, I went a little crazy and downloaded every book they sent me. So, this is one of them You get what you pay for. Mediocre mystery where very little happens. No suspense. The characters were so similar that I kept mixing them up. And the red herring! (view spoiler)[ : the widow who keeps her face hidden behind a veil. She has huge hands, huge feet, and is super strong. The author makes ref [...]

    3. Cece Garrison on said:

      Cozy mystery set in Edwardian England. Cecily Sinclair took over the management of the Pennyfoot Hotel after her husband died. Baxter, her butler, whom she trusts and with whom she confers on matters of mystery and much to his dismay, from whom she begs cigars on occasion, tries to keep Cecily out of trouble. Mrs. Sinclair has interesting friends and mysterious guests. Who is the widow who only leaves the hotel at night? Why does her maid's boyfriend show up on a list of three names, two of whic [...]

    4. Maam on said:

      A pleasant way to spend an afternoon while resting due to illness. Would also be a good poolside read. Light and entertaining. I see that it is a series with many,many books. I am interested in reading #1 just to fill in some questions from this one but do not see it as a series I'd get interested in.

    5. Colleen McAllister on said:

      Suspenseful, Charming, and Witty Tale This was such a cute read! I love a good mystery, but not the bloody stuff you find these days. I prefer old-fashioned mysteries where much of the action takes place in you own imagination. This story was a good one which kept me reading till the end.

    6. Kristie on said:

      New to me author and series. I typically don't read books set in this time period, but I rather enjoyed this one! Looking forward to spending more time at the Pennyfoot learning about its owner, employees, guests and more!

    7. Patricia on said:

      I just did not enjoy this book like the last one (well, I think I rated that as a 3). The character Cecily irks me and then this book reminded me so much of the last one (but with less oomph) that I did a lot of scan-reading to hurry to the end. I doubt I will read more in this series.

    8. Erin on said:

      I wanted something laid back after a few heavy books, but boring is not what I wanted. I was expecting it to be funny and cute, nope, just predictable.

    9. Barbara Delaughter on said:

      found it slow and draggy. if they drank less tea they might get something done

    10. Susan on said:

      Do Not Disturb by Kate Kingsbury is the 2nd book of the Pennyfoot Hotel cozy mystery set in a seaside village in Edwardian England. Hotel owner Cecily Sinclair chafes at the restrictions on women. Her trusted employee Baxter, who promised her late husband to watch over her, provides a humorous stuffy backdrop to Cecily's spunkiness. Cecily becomes quite a busybody when a construction worker at Badger's End lighthouse is murdered. There is no direct connection between the crime and her hotel, no [...]

    11. Linda Brue on said:

      Cecily Sinclair owns and runs the Pennyfoot hotel on a shoestring, trying to keep the hotel up to her exacting standards to attract the wealthy aristocrats that make the hotel the spot to come with a lady unknown to your wedded wife, or to partake in the card rooms hidden downstairs. The hotel's staff is known for its discretion, but when a murder is involved, things get a little more complicated. When suspicion falls on Cecily's friend, a herbalist known for her concoctions and potions, Cecily [...]

    12. Valorie Hunter on said:

      Wow, women scorned!!!!!!!!I loved this book, the stars should be 8.Cecily had her work cut out for her on who was killing these men in the area.Madeline, Phoebe, Gertie, Louise, and Mrs. Parmentier all have things they have to work out.Ladies you all will have something to relate to in this book that they go through.I don't want to ruin this for you so you have to read this book.YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!!!!!!!! I didn't sleep much.

    13. Michelle on said:

      Good bookYou people should just read this book yourselves and write your own review on this novel yourself and I really enjoyed reading this book very much so. Shelley MA

    14. Cindy on said:

      Love this series. I have already ordered the next 2 in the lot from the library.

    15. Micki on said:

      Another enjoyable mystery where, of course, Cecily Sinclair out smarts the local detectives and solves the crime. Seems like she missed her calling being the owner of the Pennyfoot.

    16. Betty on said:

      Thought this one had a little more depth to it than the first. Really got into the characters this time, so I will definitely be reading more of the series. See that there are lot's of them.

    17. C. on said:

      I revisited Cecily Sinclair and her Pennyfoot Hotel team with pleasure, in “Do Not Disturb”. Usually with series, a début takes warming up, even if you like the vibe of the setting. One cannot help that volume I creates that realm and establishes the tone. Will it be intellectual, spooky, amusing, thrilling, magical; will it be wildly plotted or merely a fun sojourn? It tends to be a second or third volume in which writer and reader can leap straight to the groove, without preliminaries req [...]

    18. D.w. on said:

      This is just not a great mystery. Nor is it a great historical. I had such hopes when seeing the era chosen and the setting. It was Duchess of Dukes Street becomes a detective, with the characters of just such a hotel as the Bentinck Hotel but set in southern england, most likely on the dover coast.Well perhaps watching an episode or two of Upstairs Downstairs is all we need for period detail. Not that having so little period detail is cause for this tale to fail. But with so little, why set it [...]

    19. Ann on said:

      This is a light and easy read. It features amateur detective Cecily Sinclair the proprietress of the Pennyfoot Hotel. The setting is the south coast of England in the Edwardian era. Although I liked the background setting I didn’t get a great sense of period. The plotline concerning the unexplained deaths of three men was a bit thin and not very convincing especially Cecily’s blatant interference with a crime scene. However the book features several interesting characters and Cecily is a lik [...]

    20. Nancy Bennett on said:

      This is the 2nd book in the Pennyfoot Hotel mysteries that I recently discovered (though this book was written in 1994), and it is a quaint cozy mystery set in early 1900's London that I am enjoying quite a bit. Cecily Sinclair doesn't exactly solve the mysteries as much as inquisitively stumble upon the answer, but it is an enjoyable read, with characters I am getting to know but and really like, and I look forward to see how the relationship between Cicely (the owner and lady of the hotel) and [...]

    21. Megan on said:

      I picked this up as a freebie for my kindle. Turns out it's the second in a series, so I haven't read the first, as of yet. As I mentioned in a previous review, I've read quite a few books in this genre lately, and this one was alright. I was reading this while on vacation, and it was perfect for that, as it was a light read, and easy enough to follow with frequent interruptions and sporadic reading opportunities. While I wasn't overly enthralled with the main character, I did enjoy reading abou [...]

    22. Lesley~aka Ella's Gran on said:

      A light easy read set in the south of England in the Edwardian era and featuring the proprietress of the Pennyfoot Hotel, Cecily Sinclair, as the amateur sleuth who never really solves the mystery/crime, but stumbles upon the answer through her poking and prying as well as blatant interference.I thought I had the perpetrator sorted out about 75% of the way through the book, but then began to doubt that because of some good red herrings thrown in. Turned out I was right!It was an enjoyable read w [...]

    23. Donna Zigmont on said:

      I really enjoyed this installment of the series. I must admit I didn't figure out who it was until nearly the end. To me that's a good sign. I thought the weapon of choice used by the killer was rather interesting. I've seen it a couple of times in murder mysteries on Netflix. I must admit I do not have a favorite character but I really do like Celia. I also enjoy the interactions between her and the staff. I must admit I dislike Ian. I enjoy Mrs. Chubb though. I had some real good laughs with t [...]

    24. Bettye McKee on said:

      Adventures of Cecily and BaxterI am very pleased to have discovered Kate Kingsbury and her Pennyfoot Hotel series. Book 2, "Do Not Disturb," finds business slower during the autumn.There are the mysterious deaths of two men who have come to Badgers End to work on the lighthouse project, followed by a third death outside the George and Dragon. And curiously, all three corpses were blue.It's a pleasure to read the work of an author who understands grammar and punctuation. The only error I detected [...]

    25. RebeccaS on said:

      Another great cozy mystery near the Pennyfoot hotel. Though this time the murder doesn't happen at the Pennyfoot, when Cecily's friend and employee are implicated, she is on the case! I really love reading about how Cecily slowly puts the piece together in this boggling mystery. I also love learning more about the main characters' lives during this series. Poor Gertie! She goes through a lot in this one. Also Baxter drive me nuts as usually, but a little less so this time. I wish we saw more of [...]

    26. Patricia on said:

      The airwaves are crowded with negative stories (terrorist attacks, the plight of refugees, shooting of unarmed civilians, etc) but this book invites you to enjoy life in a village in rural England in 1906 if only for a brief visit. Curl up with a cup of hot tea (cures everything) and watch the characters march across the pages: the noisy hotel owner turned detective, the stoic hotel manager, and the gossips including the vicar's mother, the tea shop owner,and several maids.No sexNo violence

    27. Rachel on said:

      Cecily Sinclair runs the Pennyfoot hotel in Elizabethan England after the death of her husband. When two people working on the local lighthouse project are poisoned and one of Cecily's friends is implicated in the crime Cecily decides to investigate. There really isn't much of a mystery here. Cecily spends most of her time smoking and having tea. There are numerous subplots that have nothing to do with the actual crime.

    28. Debbie on said:

      Well, it was a little better than the last one. I still pretty much figured it out from the start, other than the information that you couldn't possibly figure out without having.The characters are interesting, at least, although Cecily is somewhat annoying. I liked Gertie better in this one.The description of the book here on is incorrect, incidentally.

    29. Stacielynn on said:

      not what i would call a satisfying read. don't get the cloying butler. don't get the array of characters. don't see her determination to clear her friend. why does every amateur sleuth have such difficulty with the local constabulary? it's pretty boilerplate.i very much doubt that i will continue to read this series.

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