A Distinction of Blood: A Mystery of Georgian England

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Penguin Group USA, 2004 - Fiction - 262 pages
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Asked to investigate the marriage of his employer's beautiful daughter, Charlotte Mortlock, Robert Fairfax discovers evidence of gambling debts, love affairs, and secrets. But suspicion turns to shock when Charlotte's husband is found murdered in his bed with Charlotte holding court in the next room. Now Fairfax must get to the heart of this elegant facade of lies--in order to unmask a killer....

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These Georgian era mysteries are exceptionally vivid with a feel for the details of the period that goes beyond aristocratic dress and manners. March moves confidently through various levels of ... Read full review


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