A Quiet Death

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Severn House Large Print, 2012 - Fiction - 317 pages
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The new Hannah Ives mystery - Hannah is returning from a charity luncheon in Washington, DC, when her train is involved in a horrific crash. Although her arm is broken, she remains at the side of her critically injured seatmate until help arrives but when she is later discharged from hospital, she finds herself in possession of the man's distinctive bag, and her efforts to return it soon set in motion a chain of events that put her life in grave danger.

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Review: A Quiet Death (Hannah Ives Mystery #10)

User Review  - Charlotte King - Goodreads

i did not like this book at all. its plot was ok. but lacked something magical to make it come alive. Read full review

Review: A Quiet Death (Hannah Ives Mystery #10)

User Review  - Shauna Durbin - Goodreads

Finally! A clean mystery novel that had a decent, wholesome heroine! Hannah's off the wall comments were hillarious. I found myself liking her more and more as the story went on. The only reason I ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Marcia Talley is the author of five previous books featuring Hannah Ives. A winner of the Malice Domestic writing grant and an Agatha Award nominee for Best First Novel, Ms. Talley won an Agatha and an Anthony Award for her short story ""Too Many Cooks"" and an Agatha Award for her short story ""Driven to Distraction."" She is the editor of two mystery collaborations, and her short stories have been published in numerous magazines and anthologies. She lives with her husband in Annapolis, Maryland.

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