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  • Author:
    Judith A. Lansdowne
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    0821767046
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    978-0821767047
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    Zebra (October 1, 2000)
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She managed to keep her voice calm. I was merely indulging in a moment of self-pity. Th-thank you, my lord. She wanted to nestle into the warmth of his encircling arm, but steeled herself against doing so. Somehow that does not seem in character for you. Without invitation, he sat next to her and put an arm around her shoulder in a friendly gesture. If there is anything I can do, you’ve only to ask, you know. She wiped her eyes with the back of her hand in a childlike gesture.

A desperate former gentleman, Peter Winthrop is hired to kidnap Lord Nightingale, but his new life of crime is complicated by the irascible Lord Nightingale and by Mary Butterberry, a beautiful parson's daughter who is determined to save him from himself. Original.

Perius
Very funny. A joy to read.
Dawncrusher
All of Judith Lansdowne's books are enjoyable. This is the only one I've purchased on Amazon, but I'd have to recommend all of them for light, fun reading with a touch of mystery and clean romance. Set in the Regency era of England, it's a fun escapist fare.
Pryl
This is the third of the Lord Nightingale books, and it is the funniest to date. This time Judith Lansdowne has provided her readers with something along the lines of a rollicking 'on-the-road' adventure. Many characters from the first two books pop up again -- the featured villain of this piece being Serendipity's and Delight's cousin from the first Lord Nightingale adventure "Lord Nightingale's Debut", Lord Upton. Somehow Upton has discovered that Lord Nightingale holds the key to some treasure, and he is determined to get the treasure for himself. To the end he blackmails Neil Spelling (the ne'er-do-well Chastain cousin) to obtain Lord Nightingale for him. Neil, hires some poachers who in turn send Peter Winthrop to perform the deed.
Fate, bad weather and Lord Nightingale have all served to bring the estranged Peter and Mary Butterberry together in a cow barn. She was on her way to London to try and locate him, and Peter has just succeeded in kidnapping Lord Nightingale. At first Mary is estactic to be reunited with her Peter but then she realises that Peter has just entered into a life of crime. Unable to persuade him that his best interests lie in returning the parrot, she resolves to go with him to London. Understanding that it is futile to try and change Mary's mind, Peter allows her to believe that she has convinced him, all the while leaving a trail that will allow Mary's father, the Reverend Butterberry to follow them. And so the 'road' adventure starts with an assortment of characters following Peter, Mary and Lord Nightingale.
This novel is a little funnier than the first two mainly because in this adventure, little Delight Bedford and Lord Nightingale have been separated (albeit temporarily). Lord Nightingale's antics while he is in the care of Peter and Mary will bring forth a chuckle or two; while Delight seems to have found a new foil in the Duke of Sotherland, who just happens to be Peter's father. Also, Mary's calm and practical responses to Peter's dark and melodramatic utterances were a delightful counterpoint that added just the right touch to the novel.
This is I think the most successful of all the books so far but only because all the unanswered questions are dealt with in this novel. (What Knollsmamer is is finally explained).Also characters from "Lord Nightingale's Debut" and "Lord Nightingale's Love Song" are further developed and we are allowed to appreciate this growth and maturity.
I enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading the next Lord Nightingale installment.
Small Black
If ever you meet a too-top-lofty Duke, you'll be absolutely delighted at having first read this book. (Pun intended. You'll have to read the book to figure it out.) This is the third in the four-book series about Lord Nightingale's escapades, and is just pure and simple fun!
The Duke of Sotherland had twin sons; Edward and Peter. However, the Duchess was incapable of living with the duke in happy matrimony or any other kind, for that matter, and so, unhappily, when the boys were seven years old, he allowed her to live elsewhere with Peter, the younger son. The boys never forgot each other, but had no way of knowing where the other was.
When Edward met Eugenia (in Lord Nightingale's Love Song) it was at a country home he had leased for a short stay out of the city. To his surprise, his face was familiar to several of the local folks, among them the rector and his family of five daughters. The oldest of these, Mary, considered herself secretly engaged to Peter, who had been in the area for some time, hiring himself out to do occasional labor, before being accused of theft, and as suddenly leaving the area for parts unknown.
It helps immensely for you to have already read books one and two in this four-book series that culminates in next month's Lord Nightingale's Christmas. It's virtually impossible to adequately summarize the plot of this perfectly delightful and charming book without exceeding the word count, so let me just advise you to get all four books, and settle in for a wonderful long weekend's worth of reading about love and happiness and joy. What more could one want?
Goktilar
I really enjoyed this,the third book in Judith's wonder- ful series.I loved Lord Peter's and Miss Mary Butterberry's sto- ry.I also loved the scenes between Delight and the Duke of So- therland.He made a wonderful dragon for her to tame.The scenes reminded me of the scenes between Shirley Temple and Lionel Bar- rymore in "The Little Colonel",and as always Lord Nightingale is at his most irascible,matchmaking best.
Drelalak
I do enjoy all of Lansdowne's books, she always brings such wonderful characters to life. It is the animals in this series that are my favorite, from Lord Nightingale to Stanley Blithe. They think like people and are just as interesting. However, this book was not as enthralling as the first two. It was just a little too light-I didn't think I'd ever say that! Problems were just too easily solved and things too easily dismissed. I'm looking for the next installment!
Vonalij
Such a very fun book to read! I laughed out loud reading this book! Must read more books by this author.