Monday, March 21, 2016

The Jazz Files by Fiona Veitch Smith Review

The Jazz Files

Fiona Veitch Smith

Introducing Poppy Denby, a young journalist in London during the Roaring Twenties, investigating crime in the highest social circles It is 1920. Twenty-two year old Poppy Denby moves from Northumberland to live with her paraplegic aunt in London. Aunt Dot, a suffragette who was injured in battles with the police in 1910, is a feisty and well-connected lady. Poppy has always dreamed of being...

When Poppy  Denby's Aunt Dot needs her help in London , she moves there from Northumberland to help. This is the first book in this new series and it looks like it is going to be a great series. These stories are called "Poppy Denby Investigates" take place in the 1920's and Poppy has just gotten a position as a journalist at The Daily Globe Newspaper. It just so happens that on her first day someone gets killed and she has to take over their job and finish the story. This is the beginning of her solving crimes. I was given this book for a review by Kregel Publications. I give this book a 4/5. These are my opinions. 

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