Death Comes to Pemberley was a must read for me because I love Jane Austen - pride and Prejudice in particular. I have to say P.D. James (who I've never read before) did a really good job of writing in a similar style to Jane Austen. It seemed very authentic to the time period - as though it was really written in the 18th or 19th century. This was a mystery. However, I never really felt any feelings about the so-called mystery. It was kind of a lame mystery. There was never any real red-herring or anything. I had an idea who probably did it because it seemed unlikely (I was right) but I don't know, by the time the mystery was solved I was a bit like "oh yeah, that was the point of this story." I was much more interested in reading about how things were going on at Pemberley after Darcy and Elizabeth's wedding and Georgiana's marriage prospects. The book was well-written and I did enjoy reading it. I just think as a mystery it was pretty weak.