The Stalking Horse

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Berkley Prime Crime, 1998 - Fiction - 340 pages
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It's the eve of the Civil War, and Glynis Tryon's niece, Bronwen, has joined Pinkerton's Detective Agency. While on her first assignment in the South, two agents are murdered. When word reaches Seneca Falls that Bronwen is in trouble, Glynis heads south -- and finds her niece caught in the midst of a diabolical plot designed to strike at the very heart of the United States government.

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Fifth in a series of light murder mysteries, that were so far set in New York State before the Civil War. The main character is a small-town librarian, Glynis Tryon. I enjoyed the earlier books in the ... Read full review

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User Review  - R0BIN - LibraryThing

Fifth in a series of light murder mysteries, that were so far set in New York State before the Civil War. The main character is a small-town librarian, Glynis Tryon. I enjoyed the earlier books in the ... Read full review

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Miriam Grace Monfredo, a former librarian and a historian, lives in Rochester, New York. This is the seventh Seneca Falls Mystery. A previous Seneca Falls Mystery, The Stalking-Horse, was chosen by the Voice of Youth Advocacy as one of 1998's best adult mysteries for young adults and received a "best" review in Library Journal's young adult section.

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