Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Horan brings to life a sensational 19th-century New York City murder trial in which a woman is accused of viciously killing her husband.Emma Cunningham, a widow with two daughters, has recently settled at 31 Bond St. as head housekeeper to the mysterious Dr. Harvey Burdell, a dental surgeon with a penchant for making crooked real-estate deals. Her "housekeeping" duties are fairly light and ... Read full review

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User Review  - bookswoman - LibraryThing

There is a great deal to like about this book, and just a bit to dislike. I loved the story, I loved the fact that it is partially based on a true murder in the 1850's in New York City, I loved the ... Read full review

Review: 31 Bond Street. Ellen Horan

User Review  - ParasolPirate - Goodreads

Although I was a little disappointed with the final 'whodunnit' reveal, I thoroughly enjoyed the book up until then. The narrative timeline shifts from after to before the murder rather frequently ... Read full review

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