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Sarah Brandt agrees to help her friend Richard Dennis understandabout his deceased wife s passion at the time of her death She spent most of her time volunteering at the Prodigal Son Mission on Mulberry Street and Richard wants to know what she did there Sarah is so impressed with their work that she decides to become a volunteer but not before one of the young residents is found murdered in the park That intersection connects her with Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy yet again to help f Sarah Brandt agrees to help her friend Richard Dennis understandabout his deceased wife s passion at the time of her death She spent most of her time volunteering at the Prodigal Son Mission on Mulberry Street and Richard wants to know what she did there Sarah is so impressed with their work that she decides to become a volunteer but not before one of the young residents is found murdered in the park That intersection connects her with Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy yet again to help figure how who ended this girl s life There is so much to like about this story Sarah and Frank s relationship intensifies, Frank makes major strides in his investigation of Tom Brandt s murder and the mystery surrounding the murder of the young Mission resident was fascinating Figuring out the whodunit is always important to me but the richness of the historical context of the journey and the complex social issues was equally enjoyable I loved turning the pages into what was next There s so much queued up for the next book I almost feel like reading ahead of those participating in the group read with me but I won t, of courseThis series is a gem A home for wayward girls, a lady of faith and prejudices are the focal point of the latest Gaslight Mystery And once again, I thought I had a good grip on what was going on only to have Ms Thompson throw in some twists and turns at the end.Frank Malloy and Sarah Brandt are two complex individuals that continue to grow on me Sarah has both grace and intelligence with some pluckiness which is a rarity for women of this era She means well even when she is absorbed with other people s lives In A home for wayward girls, a lady of faith and prejudices are the focal point of the latest Gaslight Mystery And once again, I thought I had a good grip on what was going on only to have Ms Thompson throw in some twists and turns at the end.Frank Malloy and Sarah Brandt are two complex individuals that continue to grow on me Sarah has both grace and intelligence with some pluckiness which is a rarity for women of this era She means well even when she is absorbed with other people s lives In regards to Frank, the author sharesof what is going on in his mind He finally coming to grips with Sarah s importance in his life.As far as the actual crime, I keep having to remember that fingerprinting, wearing gloves at a crime scene and blood spatter are either novel ideas or haven t even been touched upon yet As a detective with the NYC police department, Frank has to depend on threats, the look , and some violence The big difference now is Sarah is intruding in his thoughts when he least suspects it what would she think of him if she knew he had treated someone unfairly He is developing a conscience in a very rough and tumble world And even though they are far apart on the social ladder, they compliment each other Sarah is the light to Frank s dark , she is the water to his fire they are two halves that together make one whole Definitely the most predictable book in the series, but will still read each and every one of them Love the character development. A visit to the Prodigal Son Mission on Mulberry Bend gives Sarah Brandt something to think about The mission takes in girls who are living on the streets and gives them another chance Sarah donates some of her clothes and volunteers to help at the mission in her spare time Detective Frank Malloy is called to City Park when a body is found One of the girls from the mission has been murdered With few clues, Frank knows that bringing the murderer to justice will be nearly impossible But Sarah A visit to the Prodigal Son Mission on Mulberry Bend gives Sarah Brandt something to think about The mission takes in girls who are living on the streets and gives them another chance Sarah donates some of her clothes and volunteers to help at the mission in her spare time Detective Frank Malloy is called to City Park when a body is found One of the girls from the mission has been murdered With few clues, Frank knows that bringing the murderer to justice will be nearly impossible But Sarah appeals to him to keep on the case for the girl s sake.Another entertaining addition to the Gaslight Mystery series Malloy wants to keep Sarah out of the investigation, but she just keeps insinuating herself back into it I guessed the villain early in the book, but still found myself enjoying the story My rating 4 Stars Great read This series just keeps getting better and better. I sheepishly declare that i m in love with this series i know i said i d give it a rest but the exploits of Sarah and Frank are so darn cute that i just keep coming back for. |Ebook ⚇ Murder on Mulberry Bend ♕ Sarah Brandt, a midwife in turn of the century New York City, has seen than her share of joy and sorrow, birth and death Now she will see for the first time how the squalor of the streets can breed madness and murder The Prodigal Son Mission on Mulberry Bend stands as a refuge for girls who otherwise would have to live by selling the only thing they have of value themselves The work being done there so impresses Sarah that she volunteers to help out however she can with clothes, with medical assistance, with the organization of a benefit dinner And when one of the girls is found dead and refused burial because of her former life, Sarah s passion for justice is arousedReluctantly, Sergeant Frank Malloy agrees to look into the death, if only to keep Sarah from endangering herself by pursuing the matter But Sarah cannot be kept out of the investigation and just as Malloy feared, her attempts to find the cause of the unfortunate girl s death in the circumstances of her life put her in deadly danger from an unexpected source 3.5 stars Sarah and Malloy meet again to solve another murder mystery It seems that no matter how much Malloy wants Sarah to keep out of murder mysteries, she keeps appearing on her own accord or he keeps pursuing her for some help Whatever the case it is interesting to see these two at work and their growing attraction although both try their best to suppress their personal feelings The murder mystery is as always a simple one and the culprit was pretty predictable But unlike in previous Gaslight m Sarah and Malloy meet again to solve another murder mystery It seems that no matter how much Malloy wants Sarah to keep out of murder mysteries, she keeps appearing on her own accord or he keeps pursuing her for some help Whatever the case it is interesting to see these two at work and their growing attraction although both try their best to suppress their personal feelings The murder mystery is as always a simple one and the culprit was pretty predictable But unlike in previous Gaslight mysteries, I couldn t connect much with the story The story has a dark and creepy touch and should have made the perfect platform for a murder mystery themed story But unfortunately the story didn t sit well with me I felt the whole story to be a little unnatural and forced What I did enjoy was the character development of Sarah and Malloy and their growing intimacy Sarah is growing as astrong and independent as a woman and at the same time she is growing in her femininity and Frank is finally shelling his facade of indifference I think Ms Thompson has focusedon character development rather than on the story in this novel Midwife Sarah Brandt has gotten involved with the work of the Prodigal Son Mission which helps teenage women learn skills to keep them off the streets That s how she is able to identify the body that Detective Sergeant Frank has found in a park it s one of the girls from the mission With no one to push the police to find justice for this girl, Sarah insists that Frank figure out what happened, with a little help from her Will they find the killer I was compelled to read this book soon after Midwife Sarah Brandt has gotten involved with the work of the Prodigal Son Mission which helps teenage women learn skills to keep them off the streets That s how she is able to identify the body that Detective Sergeant Frank has found in a park it s one of the girls from the mission With no one to push the police to find justice for this girl, Sarah insists that Frank figure out what happened, with a little help from her Will they find the killer I was compelled to read this book soon after I read the previous one with the promise of an update on an ongoing storyline We do get quite a twist there before this book is over The main mystery was a little weak, however I didn t feel like it had the twists we normally get, although maybe that s because I had an idea what was going early in the book The pages still flew by since the characters are strong and the time period comes to vivid life Any time spent in this series is time well spent.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers