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Publisher's Summary

Kate Ardleigh is everything the Victorian English gentlewoman is not - outspoken, free-thinking, American...and a writer of the frowned upon penny dreadfuls. Soon after her arrival in Essex, England, a body is unearthed in a nearby archeological dig - and Kate has the chance to not only research her latest story but to begin her first case with amateur detective Sir Charles Sheridan.

©1998 Robin Paige (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • Karoline Thorstensen
  • 2020-01-18

Cozy

This is a cozy mystery with a charming heroine and all the things you'd wish for in a classical murder mystery.

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  • L. Temmen
  • 2020-08-30

The First Book Sets Up An Enjoyable Series

I read this cozy series years ago and remembered it as very entertaining. The Audible version narrated by Helen Johns adds to those good memories and I’m certain I will enjoy “rereading” the series. The first book spends a lot of time familiarizing the reader with Kate Ardleigh and her evolving circumstances. There is a murder(s) but it is I think secondary to the setup of the longer term characters in the series. Make a nice cup of tea and sit down to enjoy a good story. I’m looking forward to revisiting old friends.

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