The final stop on my blog tour for Death of a Clergyman is at Austenesque Reviews, always a delightful blog to read. In the story, Mr. Collins' murder is not the only strange thing going on in Meryton - it seems silverware is disappearing from Netherfield Park as well! What type of silverware? Let's take … Continue reading Blog Tour – Polish up the Silverware
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Blog Tour: CSI, Regency-style
Today I'm stopping in at Diary of an Eccentric on my blog tour for Death of a Clergyman. There, I'm chatting a bit about detection techniques and forensics, and where the science was in 1811! Don't forget to comment on the post there for a chance to win a copy of the book! https://diaryofaneccentric.wordpress.com/2020/10/26/death-of-a-clergyman-by-riana-everly-guest-post-excerpt-giveaway/
Death of A Clergyman – An Interview with Riana Everly & Giveaway
There’s a give-away as well. Please stop by and tell us what you think.
Good Afternoon everyone,
Today I have the pleasure to interview Riana Everly, a very creative author whom I am always happy to see visiting From Pemberley to Milton. Ms. Everly has released a new series called Miss Mary Investigates whose main character is Mary Bennet my favourite sister, after Elizabeth of course. This series has two books already, a novella called The Mystery of the Missing Heiress, which is an introduction to the series (and currently free by the way) and Death of a Clergyman, the first book in the series.
Today Riana Everly is here to talk to us a little more about this book, and I hope you enjoy it 🙂 Don’t forget to comment to apply to the giveaway 🙂
First of all, thank you for visiting From Pemberley to Milton and taking the time to answer some of my questions Riana. I am…
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A Review from A Novel Sentiment
Here's a lovey review of Death of a Clergyman from A Novel Sentiment (formerly Half Agony Half Hope). My Review: I'm really not one for mystery books but this one sounded interesting and one of the main characters is Mary Bennet who doesn't get a lot of love. I read the first book in this series … Continue reading A Review from A Novel Sentiment
Blog Tour Stop – The University of Glasgow
For my visit to Babblings of a Bookworm, I wrote a bit about the University of Glasgow, where my character Alexander Lyons took his degrees. There's a bit of history, an excerpt, and a give-away!https://babblingsofabookworm.blogspot.com/2020/10/death-of-clergyman-by-riana-everly.html
Alexander Lyons – an Interview
In today's blog tour stop, I interview my sleuth Alexander Lyons about his background and his friendship with Mr. Darcy. Candy at So Little Time... is our kind hostess. Please come and read!https://candy-m.blogspot.com/2020/10/death-of-clergyman-blog-tour-character.html
Blog Tour – All the villains!
My next blog tour stop takes me to For Love of Jane Austen, where all the questionable characters in Meryton come out of the woodwork. Who do you think did Mr. Collins in? Check out my list and add your own possibilities!https://forloveofausten.blogspot.com/2020/10/death-of-clergyman-blog-tour-guest-post.html Don't forget to comment for your chance to win a copy of Death … Continue reading Blog Tour – All the villains!
Death of a clergyman by Riana Everly
Today’s blog tour visit takes me to Interests of a Jane Austen Girl. Come and see what Mr. Darcy has to say.
Hello All, I know I haven’t been here much lately. I am going through an express course of German for university entry, so I am focusing on that, right now, but never fear, I have several reviews coming up in December and the coming year.
But now I will present Riana Everly, and her newest book, namely, “The Death of a Clergyman.”
Mary Bennet has always been the quiet sister, the studious and contemplative middle child in a busy family of five. She is not interested in balls and parties and is only slightly bothered by the arrival of the distant cousin who will one day inherit her father’s estate. But then Mr Collins is found dead, and Mary’s beloved sister Elizabeth is accused of his murder. Mary knows she must learn whatever she can to prove Elizabeth innocent of this most horrible crime or her sister might be…
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Read my post on Austen Authors
Would you think less of me if I confessed to being an unfaithful reader? If I admitted to dallying with authors other than our beloved Jane Austen? Read my first blog post on Austen Authors to see how bad I can get.https://austenauthors.net/the-unfaithful-reader-and-a-giveaway/