A writer for her aunt’s Marriage Gazette, Miss Amelie Hampton is a hopeless romantic who has fallen for one of the newspaper’s clients, Mr. Harold Radcliffe (or should I say, Mr. Dashing?). When police detective Michael Baker approaches Amelie about an investigation on Mr. Radcliffe, Amelie agrees to go undercover to help him in order to clear Mr. Radcliffe’s name. But the closer she gets to her dashing suitor, the more questions are unearthed…
superstitions in Tudor England were actually based in fact? What if animals could talk and fairies roamed free, ready to wreak their mischief on hapless town folk?
Canterbury. One of the holiest sites in twelfth-century England, and one of the unluckiest. Not only has the lead-lined roof of the monumental cathedral melted to ash in a conflagration, but now one of the stonemasons repairing the building has been murdered in a horrific manner…
See my review for a new spy thriller by Anne Perry set during the prelude to WWII.
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