My Lady's Money
He suggested waiting a little before any reply was sent to Paris; and he engaged meanwhile to consult a London solicitor who had great experience in cases of theft, and whose advice might enable them to dispense entirely with the services of the French police.
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Review: My Lady's MoneyUser Review - T. - Goodreads
The mystery was a bit too obvious but it was another interesting look at the British class system that was popular to write about in his time. Read full review
Review: My Lady's MoneyUser Review - Mary - Goodreads
It's been "Wilkie Collins Discovery Week" for me. I read his Woman in White a few years ago, but it never occurred to me that I might enjoy so many of his other tales of Victorian mystery as well. Mr. Collins was a good friend of Charles Dickens -- and now I love them both. Read full review