Death Comes to Bath

Death Comes to Bath

On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the English spa town is not beneficial to everyone's health . . . After Sir Robert's injury from the battle of Waterloo begins troubling him again, his wife Lucy insists they relocate from the village of Kurland St. Mary to Bath, along with her sister Anna, so that Robert can take the waters an On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the English spa town is not benefici...

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Title:Death Comes to Bath
Author:Catherine Lloyd
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:1496702123
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:304 pages pages

Death Comes to Bath Reviews

  • Val
    Jan 12, 2019

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

    I love this series by Catherine Lloyd featuring Lord and Lady Kurland, set in England in the 1820s. In this book, Sir Robert Kurland suffers problems from old war wounds (sustained at the Battle of Waterloo), and his physician recommends a stay in Bath. Robert and wife Lucy and her sis...

    I was disappointed in this latest addition to the Kurland St. Mary series. While the main and recurring characters were as lively and engaging as ever, the newly introduced characters involved in the mystery itself were barely believable, the villain was obvious (to me, anyway) by the ...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy really deserve a break. A positive, relaxing time. They've gone to Bath in hopes that the waters will help Robert with his devastating war injury- his leg is an ongoing issue. It would also be good for Lucy to enjoy some down time after miscarriages and (in the...

    Lady Lucy and her husband, Sir Robert, return for a sixth installment in this delightful cozy series. Lucy and Robert are in Bath for the Major?s health and find themselves entangled in another mystery?did Sir William drown or was he murdered? Readers can solve the case alongsi...

    It's 1822, and Sir Robert has developed an abscess in an old war wound. After surgical intervention his old friend and physician insists that Sir Robert leave his home and take himself off with his wife, her sister, the family servants, the doctor and his rather pregnant wife off to Ba...

    I enjoyed this historical mystery. It was well-plotted and had interesting characters. I particularly enjoyed the various familial subplots (such as Lucy?s sister Anna and her fears of marriage). I found the ending to be believable and logical yet not obvious. My only issues with thi...

    Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland are visiting Bath for the health of Sir Robert. Their Bath next door neighbour, Sir William Benson, happened to be an old acquaintance of Sir Robert's grandfather. Sir William is also at Bath for his health, with his three sons, second wif...

    Sir Robert and Lucy head to Bath for the cure when his leg acts up. They take along Anna, Lucy's sister and Robert's doctor and his wife. While in Bath they befriend the family in the house next door. Sir William is elderly and a bit hard-to-get-along-with. He has a much younger second...

  • Susan in NC
    Dec 28, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

  • Mystica
    Dec 10, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

  • Kimberly
    Nov 15, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

    I love this series by Catherine Lloyd featuring Lord and Lady Kurland, set in England in the 1820s. In this book, Sir Robert Kurland suffers problems from old war wounds (sustained at the Battle of Waterloo), and his physician recommends a stay in Bath. Robert and wife Lucy and her sis...

    I was disappointed in this latest addition to the Kurland St. Mary series. While the main and recurring characters were as lively and engaging as ever, the newly introduced characters involved in the mystery itself were barely believable, the villain was obvious (to me, anyway) by the ...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy really deserve a break. A positive, relaxing time. They've gone to Bath in hopes that the waters will help Robert with his devastating war injury- his leg is an ongoing issue. It would also be good for Lucy to enjoy some down time after miscarriages and (in the...

    Lady Lucy and her husband, Sir Robert, return for a sixth installment in this delightful cozy series. Lucy and Robert are in Bath for the Major?s health and find themselves entangled in another mystery?did Sir William drown or was he murdered? Readers can solve the case alongsi...

  • Scilla
    Dec 11, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

  • Jacqie
    Dec 06, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

  • Pamela
    Dec 07, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

  • Beth
    Jan 01, 2019

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

    I love this series by Catherine Lloyd featuring Lord and Lady Kurland, set in England in the 1820s. In this book, Sir Robert Kurland suffers problems from old war wounds (sustained at the Battle of Waterloo), and his physician recommends a stay in Bath. Robert and wife Lucy and her sis...

  • Gail
    Oct 20, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

  • Liz
    Jan 08, 2019

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

    I love this series by Catherine Lloyd featuring Lord and Lady Kurland, set in England in the 1820s. In this book, Sir Robert Kurland suffers problems from old war wounds (sustained at the Battle of Waterloo), and his physician recommends a stay in Bath. Robert and wife Lucy and her sis...

    I was disappointed in this latest addition to the Kurland St. Mary series. While the main and recurring characters were as lively and engaging as ever, the newly introduced characters involved in the mystery itself were barely believable, the villain was obvious (to me, anyway) by the ...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy really deserve a break. A positive, relaxing time. They've gone to Bath in hopes that the waters will help Robert with his devastating war injury- his leg is an ongoing issue. It would also be good for Lucy to enjoy some down time after miscarriages and (in the...

    Lady Lucy and her husband, Sir Robert, return for a sixth installment in this delightful cozy series. Lucy and Robert are in Bath for the Major?s health and find themselves entangled in another mystery?did Sir William drown or was he murdered? Readers can solve the case alongsi...

    It's 1822, and Sir Robert has developed an abscess in an old war wound. After surgical intervention his old friend and physician insists that Sir Robert leave his home and take himself off with his wife, her sister, the family servants, the doctor and his rather pregnant wife off to Ba...

    I enjoyed this historical mystery. It was well-plotted and had interesting characters. I particularly enjoyed the various familial subplots (such as Lucy?s sister Anna and her fears of marriage). I found the ending to be believable and logical yet not obvious. My only issues with thi...

    Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland are visiting Bath for the health of Sir Robert. Their Bath next door neighbour, Sir William Benson, happened to be an old acquaintance of Sir Robert's grandfather. Sir William is also at Bath for his health, with his three sons, second wif...

    Sir Robert and Lucy head to Bath for the cure when his leg acts up. They take along Anna, Lucy's sister and Robert's doctor and his wife. While in Bath they befriend the family in the house next door. Sir William is elderly and a bit hard-to-get-along-with. He has a much younger second...

    The 6th installment in Kurland St. Mary Mystery. Major Robert and Lady Lucy head to Bath to "take the waters" on the advice of his doctor Sir Patrick after Robert's Waterloo injury begins to bother him again. So the entire entourage head to Bath. While in Bath they make friends with Si...

    Enjoy this historical mystery series set in Regency England. In this entry, Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland go to Bath when Sir Robert's war wound from Waterloo becomes inflamed and his physician thinks the mineral baths will help. Also using the baths is an elderly businessman, Sir W...

  • OpenBookSociety.com
    Dec 31, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

  • Ceki
    Jan 09, 2019

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

  • Susan
    Dec 23, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

  • Julianne Bailey
    Dec 22, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

    I love this series by Catherine Lloyd featuring Lord and Lady Kurland, set in England in the 1820s. In this book, Sir Robert Kurland suffers problems from old war wounds (sustained at the Battle of Waterloo), and his physician recommends a stay in Bath. Robert and wife Lucy and her sis...

    I was disappointed in this latest addition to the Kurland St. Mary series. While the main and recurring characters were as lively and engaging as ever, the newly introduced characters involved in the mystery itself were barely believable, the villain was obvious (to me, anyway) by the ...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy really deserve a break. A positive, relaxing time. They've gone to Bath in hopes that the waters will help Robert with his devastating war injury- his leg is an ongoing issue. It would also be good for Lucy to enjoy some down time after miscarriages and (in the...

    Lady Lucy and her husband, Sir Robert, return for a sixth installment in this delightful cozy series. Lucy and Robert are in Bath for the Major?s health and find themselves entangled in another mystery?did Sir William drown or was he murdered? Readers can solve the case alongsi...

    It's 1822, and Sir Robert has developed an abscess in an old war wound. After surgical intervention his old friend and physician insists that Sir Robert leave his home and take himself off with his wife, her sister, the family servants, the doctor and his rather pregnant wife off to Ba...

    I enjoyed this historical mystery. It was well-plotted and had interesting characters. I particularly enjoyed the various familial subplots (such as Lucy?s sister Anna and her fears of marriage). I found the ending to be believable and logical yet not obvious. My only issues with thi...

  • Daniele
    Dec 21, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

  • Susan
    Nov 27, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

    I love this series by Catherine Lloyd featuring Lord and Lady Kurland, set in England in the 1820s. In this book, Sir Robert Kurland suffers problems from old war wounds (sustained at the Battle of Waterloo), and his physician recommends a stay in Bath. Robert and wife Lucy and her sis...

    I was disappointed in this latest addition to the Kurland St. Mary series. While the main and recurring characters were as lively and engaging as ever, the newly introduced characters involved in the mystery itself were barely believable, the villain was obvious (to me, anyway) by the ...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy really deserve a break. A positive, relaxing time. They've gone to Bath in hopes that the waters will help Robert with his devastating war injury- his leg is an ongoing issue. It would also be good for Lucy to enjoy some down time after miscarriages and (in the...

    Lady Lucy and her husband, Sir Robert, return for a sixth installment in this delightful cozy series. Lucy and Robert are in Bath for the Major?s health and find themselves entangled in another mystery?did Sir William drown or was he murdered? Readers can solve the case alongsi...

    It's 1822, and Sir Robert has developed an abscess in an old war wound. After surgical intervention his old friend and physician insists that Sir Robert leave his home and take himself off with his wife, her sister, the family servants, the doctor and his rather pregnant wife off to Ba...

    I enjoyed this historical mystery. It was well-plotted and had interesting characters. I particularly enjoyed the various familial subplots (such as Lucy?s sister Anna and her fears of marriage). I found the ending to be believable and logical yet not obvious. My only issues with thi...

    Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland are visiting Bath for the health of Sir Robert. Their Bath next door neighbour, Sir William Benson, happened to be an old acquaintance of Sir Robert's grandfather. Sir William is also at Bath for his health, with his three sons, second wif...

  • Ellen
    Nov 26, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

  • Cathy Daniel
    Jan 11, 2019

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

  • Jan
    Nov 06, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

    I love this series by Catherine Lloyd featuring Lord and Lady Kurland, set in England in the 1820s. In this book, Sir Robert Kurland suffers problems from old war wounds (sustained at the Battle of Waterloo), and his physician recommends a stay in Bath. Robert and wife Lucy and her sis...

    I was disappointed in this latest addition to the Kurland St. Mary series. While the main and recurring characters were as lively and engaging as ever, the newly introduced characters involved in the mystery itself were barely believable, the villain was obvious (to me, anyway) by the ...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy really deserve a break. A positive, relaxing time. They've gone to Bath in hopes that the waters will help Robert with his devastating war injury- his leg is an ongoing issue. It would also be good for Lucy to enjoy some down time after miscarriages and (in the...

    Lady Lucy and her husband, Sir Robert, return for a sixth installment in this delightful cozy series. Lucy and Robert are in Bath for the Major?s health and find themselves entangled in another mystery?did Sir William drown or was he murdered? Readers can solve the case alongsi...

    It's 1822, and Sir Robert has developed an abscess in an old war wound. After surgical intervention his old friend and physician insists that Sir Robert leave his home and take himself off with his wife, her sister, the family servants, the doctor and his rather pregnant wife off to Ba...

  • Kathleen
    Nov 03, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

  • Ellen Fuoto
    Dec 20, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

    I love this series by Catherine Lloyd featuring Lord and Lady Kurland, set in England in the 1820s. In this book, Sir Robert Kurland suffers problems from old war wounds (sustained at the Battle of Waterloo), and his physician recommends a stay in Bath. Robert and wife Lucy and her sis...

    I was disappointed in this latest addition to the Kurland St. Mary series. While the main and recurring characters were as lively and engaging as ever, the newly introduced characters involved in the mystery itself were barely believable, the villain was obvious (to me, anyway) by the ...

  • Kathleen Gray
    Dec 02, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

    I love this series by Catherine Lloyd featuring Lord and Lady Kurland, set in England in the 1820s. In this book, Sir Robert Kurland suffers problems from old war wounds (sustained at the Battle of Waterloo), and his physician recommends a stay in Bath. Robert and wife Lucy and her sis...

    I was disappointed in this latest addition to the Kurland St. Mary series. While the main and recurring characters were as lively and engaging as ever, the newly introduced characters involved in the mystery itself were barely believable, the villain was obvious (to me, anyway) by the ...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy really deserve a break. A positive, relaxing time. They've gone to Bath in hopes that the waters will help Robert with his devastating war injury- his leg is an ongoing issue. It would also be good for Lucy to enjoy some down time after miscarriages and (in the...

  • Mary
    Nov 17, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

    This gem of a historical cozy mystery series shines in its sixth outing. Amateur sleuths Sir Robert and wife Lucy have traveled to Bath on doctor's advice so that Sir Robert can regain his health after another bout with the lingering effects of his wounded leg. The couple is on bet...

    I love this series by Catherine Lloyd featuring Lord and Lady Kurland, set in England in the 1820s. In this book, Sir Robert Kurland suffers problems from old war wounds (sustained at the Battle of Waterloo), and his physician recommends a stay in Bath. Robert and wife Lucy and her sis...

    I was disappointed in this latest addition to the Kurland St. Mary series. While the main and recurring characters were as lively and engaging as ever, the newly introduced characters involved in the mystery itself were barely believable, the villain was obvious (to me, anyway) by the ...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy really deserve a break. A positive, relaxing time. They've gone to Bath in hopes that the waters will help Robert with his devastating war injury- his leg is an ongoing issue. It would also be good for Lucy to enjoy some down time after miscarriages and (in the...

    Lady Lucy and her husband, Sir Robert, return for a sixth installment in this delightful cozy series. Lucy and Robert are in Bath for the Major?s health and find themselves entangled in another mystery?did Sir William drown or was he murdered? Readers can solve the case alongsi...

    It's 1822, and Sir Robert has developed an abscess in an old war wound. After surgical intervention his old friend and physician insists that Sir Robert leave his home and take himself off with his wife, her sister, the family servants, the doctor and his rather pregnant wife off to Ba...

    I enjoyed this historical mystery. It was well-plotted and had interesting characters. I particularly enjoyed the various familial subplots (such as Lucy?s sister Anna and her fears of marriage). I found the ending to be believable and logical yet not obvious. My only issues with thi...

    Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland are visiting Bath for the health of Sir Robert. Their Bath next door neighbour, Sir William Benson, happened to be an old acquaintance of Sir Robert's grandfather. Sir William is also at Bath for his health, with his three sons, second wif...

    Sir Robert and Lucy head to Bath for the cure when his leg acts up. They take along Anna, Lucy's sister and Robert's doctor and his wife. While in Bath they befriend the family in the house next door. Sir William is elderly and a bit hard-to-get-along-with. He has a much younger second...

    The 6th installment in Kurland St. Mary Mystery. Major Robert and Lady Lucy head to Bath to "take the waters" on the advice of his doctor Sir Patrick after Robert's Waterloo injury begins to bother him again. So the entire entourage head to Bath. While in Bath they make friends with Si...

  • Dallass
    Jan 11, 2019

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

  • QNPoohBear
    Jan 02, 2019

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

  • Helen Howerton
    Dec 18, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

  • GourmondeGirl
    Dec 31, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

  • Gail C.
    Nov 22, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

  • Homerun2
    Dec 12, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...

    Thanks to Netgalley, I had the opportunity it?s read what I consider the best in this mystery series. In the sixth installment, Sir Robert and Lucy travel to Bath for the healing waters for Robert?s health. While in Bath, Sir Robert befriends Sir William Benson, who ends up murdere...

    Great fun, and one of my favorite entries in this Regency series. Sir Robert Kurland and his wife, Lucy, have come to Bath so he can continue healing from complications from wounds he received at Waterloo. A cantankerous, outspoken neighbor, Sir William Benson, is also partaking of ...

    I was in the mood for a light mystery, and I like Regency-era England books, so gave it a try. If you are in the mood for a very light mystery with very obvious villains, plus perhaps a dash of romance, this might be fine. I thought I would be fine with it, but the villains were too...

    Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland are taking the waters at Bath for the sole purpose of Sir Robert recovery from a war wound which he got whilst at Waterloo. Lucy wants to help him out and the house taken for three months seems to be a good option. Bath however is not good for everyo...

    I enjoyed this sixth entry in the series. Death Comes to Bath is the first book in the series that I have read, and I had no trouble navigating the characters or story. The pace is good, the early nineteenth century era interesting, and the mystery well thought out. ...

    Loved this book so much even though the bad guy was sooo obvious and I guessed who it was almost right away. ...

    A very cute historical cozy mystery. Lucy did seem a bit too Mary Sue for my taste but I liked the author's effort to spice up romance and I must say this is probably the most romantic book in the series. The ending seemed also a bit rushed in a weird way but overall it is a humorous a...

    Sir Robert and Lucy have been married three years now and been through a lot together. Now they face another crisis as Robert?s old wound becomes infected. Dr. Fletcher manages to save both Robert?s life and his leg but Lucy prescribes a few months in Bath so her beloved Robert can...

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/de... Death Comes to Bath Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 By Catherine Lloyd ISBN#9781496702128 https://www.catherine-lloyd.com/ Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele Synopsis: On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kur...

    Unscrupulous, unlikable characters and troublesome illnesses figure large in Death Comes to Bath, the latest Kurland St. Mary mystery by Catherine Lloyd. This one is set in 1822. Sir Robert and Lady Lucy have come to the famous spa town because he is in need of the town?s healing wat...

    When I saw this mystery listed, I couldn't wait to request it. I enjoy well written historical mysteries and this one had the added fact that it's set in Bath, one of my favorite cities. The period is just after the Battle of Waterloo and Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Kurland have come to s...

    This story is from the early 1800's in England. I enjoyed this classic crime very much. Sir Robert Kurland has an infection in his leg wound from Waterloo, and his doctor friend from the war, Patrick Fletcher, lances it and removes some fabric stuck in the wound. As the wound is healin...

    I?ve been waiting for my library to purchase this for quite a while, and was so excited to receive an email letting me know I could read it through OverDrive. Once again the Kurland?s are dragged into a murder mystery when Sir Robert?s new acquaintance, Sir William Benson, is ...

    After Sir Robert Kurland?s doctor lances a swelling at the wound site, his physician recommends that he spend at least three months taking the waters at Bath. Sir Robert is reluctant to be away from his estate to say the least. His wife, Lady Lucy, takes matters into her own hands an...

    This 6th outing is really the best so far and the ending lets me feels certain there will be a seventh! Woo Hoo! Thanks #NetGalley#CatherineLloy#KensingtonBooks for this ARC which I just devoured. "On a visit to Bath, Major Sir Robert Kurland and Lady Lucy Kurland discover that the ...

    I have a long time love affair with the A Kurland St. Mary Mystery series and was thrilled to find the books continue to come. This recent installment takes the reader out of Kurland St. Mary and to the thrilling location of Bath! Poor Sir Major Kurland?s injuries from the war hav...

    3.75 stars This sixth entry in this historical cozy series doesn't disappoint and would work fine as a standalone. Sir Robert Kurland and wife Lucy are sojourning in Bath so Robert can take the waters to ease ongoing problems with an old war injury. They soon strike up a friendsh...

  • Barbara Rogers
    Nov 29, 2018

    Step back in time to Regency England with Death Comes to Bath by Catherine Lloyd and join Lord and Lady Kurland as they travel to Bath, England to seek treatment for his leg that was injured in the Battle of Waterloo. This is the sixth in ?A Kurland St. Mary Mystery? series and my ...

    Series: A Kurland St. Mary Mystery #6 Publication Date: 12/18/18 Close your eyes, breathe deeply, relax and move back in time with this masterfully written historical romantic mystery. The descriptions of places and people along with the authenticity of the era make you feel as if ...