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1. 
Faye M. Tollison "fmtoll" reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Love This series! March 22, 2014 
The Belinda Lawrence Mystery series is one I've become addicted to. The author always has a great plot and characters you 
can't wait to read about. His stories are always well crafted and the characters seem to be so real. I hope he never stops 
writing this series. 
Add a comment 
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2. 
Joseph Gilpatric reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
A Good Read November 13, 2013 
I just finished A Canterbury Crime and I LOVED IT! I'm not a mystery reader, but this book was truly worth the read, The 
murder suspects are many and colorful -- hard to tell "who dun it." Unlike most mystery books, there is no foul language, no 
sexuality, and no gore -- just a good clean mystery that will keep the reader in suspense. I look forward to reading more of 
Mr. Kavanagh's books. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
3. 
Viviane Crystal reviewed A Wicked Design: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
How Much is a Crown Worth? November 12, 2013 
Belinda Lawrence receives a shocking telephone call from her mother. A former lover and successful architect, Brad Delaney, 
he had a meeting with Belinda's fiancé Mark Sallinger the night before Brad was murdered. Belinda, however, has no idea of 
this meeting. All she knows is Brad was found in a local river, with his hands tied behind his back, and stones on his body to 
weigh him down. While she clearly had moved... Read More 
Add a comment 
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4. 
Marvin Allan Williams reviewed A Wicked Design: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
A Wickedly Good Read October 24, 2013 
This was the best of the Belinda Lawrence Mysteries so far. Historical treasure unearthed, relational intrigue, humor, and of 
course no mystery would be complete without a dead body or two. 
P.S. I'm growing quite fond of Hazel. 
Add a comment 
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5. 
L. Rigod "avid mystery reader" reviewed A Wicked Design (a Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Exciting Murder In Delightful Melbourne September 27, 2013 
Antique dealer and amateur crime solvers, Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby are taking a journey to Belinda's childhood 
home, Melbourne, Australia, in this fifth novel of the 'Belinda Lawrence Mystery' series. Hazel is planning a detour to 
Singapore and then the two will meet up at Belinda's parents home. 
Hazel departs and just prior Belinda's turn, a life-altering telephone call arrives. 'He's dead!' is the shocking... Read More 
Add a comment 
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6. 
Betty Sullivan La Pierre reviewed A Wicked Design (a Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
3 of 3 people found the following helpful 
A Wicked Design by Brian Kavanagh September 18, 2013 
Brian Kavanagh has done it again. Another great mystery "A WICKED DESIGN" starring Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby. 
After learning of the death of a very dear friend and ex-boyfriend of Belinda, the two women set a goal to find out why he was 
murdered and by whom. 
As they dug deeper into the case, more murders occurred. They knew somehow they were connected, and done by the same 
person. Even with their own lives... Read More 
Add a comment 
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7. 
LLona Cunningham reviewed Bloody Ham: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Stands alone as well as in the series September 7, 2013 
I'm familiar with protagonist Belinda Lawrence and a few supporting characters from so recently reading other books in this 
series, so I admit to 'speed reading' the early chapters that showed us who they are and why they are important. On the plus 
side, it was nice to see that anyone could start with this book and not feel left out. But what really won me over was the 
author's ability to put me into the inner workings of a... Read More 
Add a comment 
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8. 
LLona Cunningham reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
4 of 4 people found the following helpful 
Contemporary mystery highlights history beautifully without interrupting the action. September 2, 2013 
It was interesting to continue with characters I remember from the first Belinda Lawrence mystery, Capable of Murder, and to 
notice how well they tell a completely independent story. This one uses the old Canterbury location and history to create a 
whole new contemporary mystery story. I especially enjoyed the author's ability to give me a sense of time and place in a 
location where I've never been, and to do it without bogging... Read More 
Add a comment 
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9. 
Marvin Allan Williams reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
5 of 5 people found the following helpful 
One of my favorite series September 2, 2013 
This is the third book I've read in this series and I'm hooked. Mr. Kavanagh has the touch to write a story with just the right 
amount of mystery and suspense. Add a touch of history and you have a winning combination. 
Add a comment 
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10. 
LLona Cunningham reviewed Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
2 of 2 people found the following helpful 
Great characters, great mystery August 17, 2013 
I have dragged my heels on writing a review for this one -- for a specific reason. When I started reading I was busy enjoying 
the vocabulary and location and little differences between the characters from those in the US. The story was very good, and 
included a true mystery with plenty of red herrings and suspicious actions. I wasn't particularly conscious of the change when 
it moved from 'good little story' to 'holy cow, I... Read More 
Add a comment 
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11. 
kris grimes reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
3 of 3 people found the following helpful 
Great book! August 17, 2013 
Once you start reading you have to finish the story to find out who, why, and how it happened. I recommend this book. 
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12. 
Westyraven reviewed Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Excellent July 6, 2013 
It was very interesting. The end was surprising. I found it very difficult to put down. It was a quick read. 
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 Amateur sleuth, Belinda Lawrence's  origins in the Village where she inherited a cottage, and began her adventures in my English Village mystery series.

‘It takes a dedicated writer to pull their series characters through each story without a formula developing. A formula which can then become an anticipated pattern. Don't get me wrong, I do like my pattern favourites...Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys, along with The Famous Five books come to mind. However, I do appreciate an author who knows how and when to grow their characters. What pace the story being told requires...and listens to the story's demands for that pace.

Having been a fan of Belinda's since book one, closing "A Wicked Design" I feel there's a whole new chapter opening up for her. A new path she's going to travel down and I'm curious to know what that brings her. What decisions she makes.

Way to go, Brian. I'm forgetting she's a fictional character and you're her creator. I do hope you keep an ear open and a blank screen ready for what Belinda wants next.’

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Faye M. Tollison "fmtoll" reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery)

1 of 1 people found the following helpful

Love This series! March 22, 2014

The Belinda Lawrence Mystery series is one I've become addicted to. The author always has a great plot and characters you can't wait to read about. His stories are always well crafted and the characters seem to be so real. I hope he never stops writing this series.

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

2.

Joseph Gilpatric reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery)

1 of 1 people found the following helpful

A Good Read November 13, 2013

I just finished A Canterbury Crime and I LOVED IT! I'm not a mystery reader, but this book was truly worth the read, The murder suspects are many and colorful -- hard to tell "who dun it." Unlike most mystery books, there is no foul language, no sexuality, and no gore -- just a good clean mystery that will keep the reader in suspense. I look forward to reading more of Mr. Kavanagh's books.

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

3.

Viviane Crystal reviewed A Wicked Design: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery

1 of 1 people found the following helpful

How Much is a Crown Worth? November 12, 2013

Belinda Lawrence receives a shocking telephone call from her mother. A former lover and successful architect, Brad Delaney, he had a meeting with Belinda's fiancé Mark Sallinger the night before Brad was murdered. Belinda, however, has no idea of this meeting. All she knows is Brad was found in a local river, with his hands tied behind his back, and stones on his body to weigh him down. While she clearly had moved... Read More

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

4.

Marvin Allan Williams reviewed A Wicked Design: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery

1 of 1 people found the following helpful

A Wickedly Good Read October 24, 2013

This was the best of the Belinda Lawrence Mysteries so far. Historical treasure unearthed, relational intrigue, humor, and of course no mystery would be complete without a dead body or two. P.S. I'm growing quite fond of Hazel.

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

5.

L. Rigod "avid mystery reader" reviewed A Wicked Design (a Belinda Lawrence Mystery)

1 of 1 people found the following helpful

Exciting Murder In Delightful Melbourne September 27, 2013

Antique dealer and amateur crime solvers, Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby are taking a journey to Belinda's childhood home, Melbourne, Australia, in this fifth novel of the 'Belinda Lawrence Mystery' series. Hazel is planning a detour to Singapore and then the two will meet up at Belinda's parents home. Hazel departs and just prior Belinda's turn, a life-altering telephone call arrives. 'He's dead!' is the shocking... Read More

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

6.

Betty Sullivan La Pierre reviewed A Wicked Design (a Belinda Lawrence Mystery)

3 of 3 people found the following helpful

A Wicked Design by Brian Kavanagh September 18, 2013

Brian Kavanagh has done it again. Another great mystery "A WICKED DESIGN" starring Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby. After learning of the death of a very dear friend and ex-boyfriend of Belinda, the two women set a goal to find out why he was murdered and by whom.As they dug deeper into the case, more murders occurred. They knew somehow they were connected, and done by the same

person. Even with their own lives... Read More

Add a comment

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

7.

LLona Cunningham reviewed Bloody Ham: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery

1 of 1 people found the following helpful

Stands alone as well as in the series September 7, 2013

I'm familiar with protagonist Belinda Lawrence and a few supporting characters from so recently reading other books in this series, so I admit to 'speed reading' the early chapters that showed us who they are and why they are important. On the plus side, it was nice to see that anyone could start with this book and not feel left out. But what really won me over was the author's ability to put me into the inner workings of a... Read More

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

8.

LLona Cunningham reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery)

4 of 4 people found the following helpful

Contemporary mystery highlights history beautifully without interrupting the action. September 2, 2013

It was interesting to continue with characters I remember from the first Belinda Lawrence mystery, Capable of Murder, and to notice how well they tell a completely independent story. This one uses the old Canterbury location and history to create a whole new contemporary mystery story. I especially enjoyed the author's ability to give me a sense of time and place in a location where I've never been, and to do it without bogging... Read More

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

9.

Marvin Allan Williams reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery)

5 of 5 people found the following helpful

One of my favorite series September 2, 2013

This is the third book I've read in this series and I'm hooked. Mr. Kavanagh has the touch to write a story with just the right amount of mystery and suspense. Add a touch of history and you have a winning combination.

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

10.

LLona Cunningham reviewed Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery)

2 of 2 people found the following helpful

Great characters, great mystery August 17, 2013

I have dragged my heels on writing a review for this one -- for a specific reason. When I started reading I was busy enjoying the vocabulary and location and little differences between the characters from those in the US. The story was very good, and included a true mystery with plenty of red herrings and suspicious actions. I wasn't particularly conscious of the change when it moved from 'good little story' to 'holy cow, I... 

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

11.

kris grimes reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery)

3 of 3 people found the following helpful

Great book! August 17, 2013

Once you start reading you have to finish the story to find out who, why, and how it happened. I recommend this book.

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

12.

Westyraven reviewed Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery)

1 of 1 people found the following helpful

Excellent July 6, 2013

It was very interesting. The end was surprising. I found it very difficult to put down. It was a quick read.

View this book's reviews on Amazon.com

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Brian Kavanagh

1. 
Faye M. Tollison "fmtoll" reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Love This series! March 22, 2014 
The Belinda Lawrence Mystery series is one I've become addicted to. The author always has a great plot and characters you 
can't wait to read about. His stories are always well crafted and the characters seem to be so real. I hope he never stops 
writing this series. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
2. 
Joseph Gilpatric reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
A Good Read November 13, 2013 
I just finished A Canterbury Crime and I LOVED IT! I'm not a mystery reader, but this book was truly worth the read, The 
murder suspects are many and colorful -- hard to tell "who dun it." Unlike most mystery books, there is no foul language, no 
sexuality, and no gore -- just a good clean mystery that will keep the reader in suspense. I look forward to reading more of 
Mr. Kavanagh's books. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
3. 
Viviane Crystal reviewed A Wicked Design: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
How Much is a Crown Worth? November 12, 2013 
Belinda Lawrence receives a shocking telephone call from her mother. A former lover and successful architect, Brad Delaney, 
he had a meeting with Belinda's fiancé Mark Sallinger the night before Brad was murdered. Belinda, however, has no idea of 
this meeting. All she knows is Brad was found in a local river, with his hands tied behind his back, and stones on his body to 
weigh him down. While she clearly had moved... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
4. 
Marvin Allan Williams reviewed A Wicked Design: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
A Wickedly Good Read October 24, 2013 
This was the best of the Belinda Lawrence Mysteries so far. Historical treasure unearthed, relational intrigue, humor, and of 
course no mystery would be complete without a dead body or two. 
P.S. I'm growing quite fond of Hazel. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
5. 
L. Rigod "avid mystery reader" reviewed A Wicked Design (a Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Exciting Murder In Delightful Melbourne September 27, 2013 
Antique dealer and amateur crime solvers, Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby are taking a journey to Belinda's childhood 
home, Melbourne, Australia, in this fifth novel of the 'Belinda Lawrence Mystery' series. Hazel is planning a detour to 
Singapore and then the two will meet up at Belinda's parents home. 
Hazel departs and just prior Belinda's turn, a life-altering telephone call arrives. 'He's dead!' is the shocking... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
6. 
Betty Sullivan La Pierre reviewed A Wicked Design (a Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
3 of 3 people found the following helpful 
A Wicked Design by Brian Kavanagh September 18, 2013 
Brian Kavanagh has done it again. Another great mystery "A WICKED DESIGN" starring Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby. 
After learning of the death of a very dear friend and ex-boyfriend of Belinda, the two women set a goal to find out why he was 
murdered and by whom. 
As they dug deeper into the case, more murders occurred. They knew somehow they were connected, and done by the same 
person. Even with their own lives... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
7. 
LLona Cunningham reviewed Bloody Ham: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Stands alone as well as in the series September 7, 2013 
I'm familiar with protagonist Belinda Lawrence and a few supporting characters from so recently reading other books in this 
series, so I admit to 'speed reading' the early chapters that showed us who they are and why they are important. On the plus 
side, it was nice to see that anyone could start with this book and not feel left out. But what really won me over was the 
author's ability to put me into the inner workings of a... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
8. 
LLona Cunningham reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
4 of 4 people found the following helpful 
Contemporary mystery highlights history beautifully without interrupting the action. September 2, 2013 
It was interesting to continue with characters I remember from the first Belinda Lawrence mystery, Capable of Murder, and to 
notice how well they tell a completely independent story. This one uses the old Canterbury location and history to create a 
whole new contemporary mystery story. I especially enjoyed the author's ability to give me a sense of time and place in a 
location where I've never been, and to do it without bogging... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
9. 
Marvin Allan Williams reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
5 of 5 people found the following helpful 
One of my favorite series September 2, 2013 
This is the third book I've read in this series and I'm hooked. Mr. Kavanagh has the touch to write a story with just the right 
amount of mystery and suspense. Add a touch of history and you have a winning combination. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
10. 
LLona Cunningham reviewed Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
2 of 2 people found the following helpful 
Great characters, great mystery August 17, 2013 
I have dragged my heels on writing a review for this one -- for a specific reason. When I started reading I was busy enjoying 
the vocabulary and location and little differences between the characters from those in the US. The story was very good, and 
included a true mystery with plenty of red herrings and suspicious actions. I wasn't particularly conscious of the change when 
it moved from 'good little story' to 'holy cow, I... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
11. 
kris grimes reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
3 of 3 people found the following helpful 
Great book! August 17, 2013 
Once you start reading you have to finish the story to find out who, why, and how it happened. I recommend this book. 
Add a comment 
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12. 
Westyraven reviewed Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Excellent July 6, 2013 
It was very interesting. The end was surprising. I found it very difficult to put down. It was a quick read. 
Add a comment 
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  Customer Reviews
Brian Kavanagh

1. 
Faye M. Tollison "fmtoll" reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Love This series! March 22, 2014 
The Belinda Lawrence Mystery series is one I've become addicted to. The author always has a great plot and characters you 
can't wait to read about. His stories are always well crafted and the characters seem to be so real. I hope he never stops 
writing this series. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
2. 
Joseph Gilpatric reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
A Good Read November 13, 2013 
I just finished A Canterbury Crime and I LOVED IT! I'm not a mystery reader, but this book was truly worth the read, The 
murder suspects are many and colorful -- hard to tell "who dun it." Unlike most mystery books, there is no foul language, no 
sexuality, and no gore -- just a good clean mystery that will keep the reader in suspense. I look forward to reading more of 
Mr. Kavanagh's books. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
3. 
Viviane Crystal reviewed A Wicked Design: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
How Much is a Crown Worth? November 12, 2013 
Belinda Lawrence receives a shocking telephone call from her mother. A former lover and successful architect, Brad Delaney, 
he had a meeting with Belinda's fiancé Mark Sallinger the night before Brad was murdered. Belinda, however, has no idea of 
this meeting. All she knows is Brad was found in a local river, with his hands tied behind his back, and stones on his body to 
weigh him down. While she clearly had moved... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
4. 
Marvin Allan Williams reviewed A Wicked Design: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
A Wickedly Good Read October 24, 2013 
This was the best of the Belinda Lawrence Mysteries so far. Historical treasure unearthed, relational intrigue, humor, and of 
course no mystery would be complete without a dead body or two. 
P.S. I'm growing quite fond of Hazel. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
5. 
L. Rigod "avid mystery reader" reviewed A Wicked Design (a Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Exciting Murder In Delightful Melbourne September 27, 2013 
Antique dealer and amateur crime solvers, Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby are taking a journey to Belinda's childhood 
home, Melbourne, Australia, in this fifth novel of the 'Belinda Lawrence Mystery' series. Hazel is planning a detour to 
Singapore and then the two will meet up at Belinda's parents home. 
Hazel departs and just prior Belinda's turn, a life-altering telephone call arrives. 'He's dead!' is the shocking... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
6. 
Betty Sullivan La Pierre reviewed A Wicked Design (a Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
3 of 3 people found the following helpful 
A Wicked Design by Brian Kavanagh September 18, 2013 
Brian Kavanagh has done it again. Another great mystery "A WICKED DESIGN" starring Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby. 
After learning of the death of a very dear friend and ex-boyfriend of Belinda, the two women set a goal to find out why he was 
murdered and by whom. 
As they dug deeper into the case, more murders occurred. They knew somehow they were connected, and done by the same 
person. Even with their own lives... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
7. 
LLona Cunningham reviewed Bloody Ham: A Belinda Lawrence Mystery 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Stands alone as well as in the series September 7, 2013 
I'm familiar with protagonist Belinda Lawrence and a few supporting characters from so recently reading other books in this 
series, so I admit to 'speed reading' the early chapters that showed us who they are and why they are important. On the plus 
side, it was nice to see that anyone could start with this book and not feel left out. But what really won me over was the 
author's ability to put me into the inner workings of a... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
8. 
LLona Cunningham reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
4 of 4 people found the following helpful 
Contemporary mystery highlights history beautifully without interrupting the action. September 2, 2013 
It was interesting to continue with characters I remember from the first Belinda Lawrence mystery, Capable of Murder, and to 
notice how well they tell a completely independent story. This one uses the old Canterbury location and history to create a 
whole new contemporary mystery story. I especially enjoyed the author's ability to give me a sense of time and place in a 
location where I've never been, and to do it without bogging... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
9. 
Marvin Allan Williams reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
5 of 5 people found the following helpful 
One of my favorite series September 2, 2013 
This is the third book I've read in this series and I'm hooked. Mr. Kavanagh has the touch to write a story with just the right 
amount of mystery and suspense. Add a touch of history and you have a winning combination. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
10. 
LLona Cunningham reviewed Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
2 of 2 people found the following helpful 
Great characters, great mystery August 17, 2013 
I have dragged my heels on writing a review for this one -- for a specific reason. When I started reading I was busy enjoying 
the vocabulary and location and little differences between the characters from those in the US. The story was very good, and 
included a true mystery with plenty of red herrings and suspicious actions. I wasn't particularly conscious of the change when 
it moved from 'good little story' to 'holy cow, I... Read More 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
11. 
kris grimes reviewed A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
3 of 3 people found the following helpful 
Great book! August 17, 2013 
Once you start reading you have to finish the story to find out who, why, and how it happened. I recommend this book. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 
12. 
Westyraven reviewed Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) 
1 of 1 people found the following helpful 
Excellent July 6, 2013 
It was very interesting. The end was surprising. I found it very difficult to put down. It was a quick read. 
Add a comment 
View this book's reviews on Amazon.com 

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