Murder on Fifth Avenue: A Gaslight Mystery
From the tenements to the town houses of nineteenth-century New York, midwife Sarah Brandt and Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy never waiver in their mission to aid the innocent and apprehend the guilty. Now, the latest novel in the EdgarŽ-nominated series finds Sarah and Malloy investigating the murder of a Knickerbocker club member who was made to pay his dues…
Sarah Brandt’s family is one of the oldest in New York City, and her father, Felix Decker, takes his position in society very seriously. He still refuses to resign himself to his daughter being involved with an Irish Catholic police detective. But when a member of his private club—the very exclusive Knickerbocker—is murdered, Decker forms an uneasy alliance with Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy to solve the crime as discreetly as possible.
Malloy soon discovers that despite his social standing, the deceased—Chilton Devries—was no gentleman. In fact, he’s left behind his own unofficial club of sorts, populated by everyone who despised him. As he and Sarah sort through the suspects, it becomes clear to her that her father is evaluating more than the detective’s investigative abilities, and that, on a personal level, there is much more at stake for Malloy than discovering who revoked Devries’ membership—permanently.
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Review: Murder on Fifth Avenue (A Gaslight Mystery #14)User Review - Pam Quigley - Goodreads
This books has added some much needed spark to the series. I hope it continues along this road. Read full review
Review: Murder on Fifth Avenue (A Gaslight Mystery #14)User Review - Laylah Dane - Goodreads
My grade is more of in a relative nature than an absolute since this is probably the best gaslight book since I don't when. The mystery is a lot more compelling with twists and turns that keep me ... Read full review