The Complaint of the Dove

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Penguin Group USA, Feb 1, 2003 - Fiction - 272 pages
7 Reviews
Set in Georgian London in 1760, a thrilling mystery follows private tutor Robert Fairfax as he tries to save the life of his wayward pupil Matthew Hemsley when he is wrongly accused of murdering Miss Lucy Dove, the toast of Covent Garden's stage. Original.

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Review: The Complaint of the Dove (Robert Fairfax #1)

User Review  - Idril Celebrindal - Goodreads

Probably 3 or 3.5 but I felt that did unfair things to the book's average rating. This is a very assured, entertaining mystery. I read it after loving several Jude Morgan books, and was not ... Read full review

Review: The Complaint of the Dove (Robert Fairfax #1)

User Review  - Kim - Goodreads

This is a good historical mystery. Set in 1760, a tutor must find the truth when his pupil is accused of the murder of a popular actress. I enjoyed it. My only complaint is that it is very short, with ... Read full review


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