Praise for the Dandy Gilver mysteries
“Agatha Christie meets Upstairs, Downstairs.”
"Agatha Christie lives!…You'll love this book."
"Witty, humorous, and a thoroughly good read."
“A dandy series from a Scottish-born author; wit, humor, clues, and red herrings abound.”
--The Boston Globe
“Dandy Gilver is an enthralling heroine; part Dorothy Parker, part Miss Marple, utterly engaging. [Catriona] can send chills up your spine and provoke a fit of the giggles in the space of a few short pages. Absolutely wonderful. A real treat.”
--Kirsty Scott, author of Mother’s Day
“Absolutely everything I wanted it to be – a bit. P.G. Wodehouse, a little Patricia Wentworth, a lot Maisie Dobbs… Read this: if you liked Gosford Park, Upstairs, Downstairs, Downton Abbey, Jacqueline Winspear or P.G. Wodehouse. Perfect for cold winter weather.”
--The Picky Girl blog
"Charming. Clever. Hilarious. Ingenious. Adorable. McPherson brilliantly embraces the Golden Age of mystery with this inventive, original, and utterly irresistible series. Dandy Gilver is a treasure.”
-- Hank Phillippi Ryan, Anthony, Agatha and Macavity-winning author of The Other Woman
"Dandy Gilver is an enchanting and enterprising sleuth.”
--Carola Dunn, author of the Daisy Dalrymple and Cornish mysteries
"Not since Maisie Dobbs first surfaced has there been a pluckier or more winning heroine.”
--Charles Finch, author of The Fleet Street Murders