The Mistress of Fashion, by Evelyn Richardson

The Mistress of Fashion, by Evelyn Richardson Juliette de Flournoy refuses to be imprisoned by her past — the French Revolution that robbed her family of their heritage, and the rape that left her homeless — comforting herself with her dreams of becoming London’s premier modiste, and by her friends, the enterprising ladies off Mrs.…

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Crime in Cornwall, by Emma Dakin

Crime in Cornwall, by Emma Dakin Claire Barclay is enthusiastic about her British Mystery Book Tour business. She enjoys taking her guests, usually from America, to the settings of mystery novels where bodies are long dead. Her neighbor’s plea for help to deal with a recently murdered well-known author unsettles her. She leaves the body…

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Hazards in Hampshire by Emma Dakin

Hazards in Hampshire, by Emma Dakin Claire expected her hostess to be boring, not dead. A body in the pavilion is too much reality for tour guide Claire Barclay. Her tourists are intrigued, but Claire finds her position as a suspect highly uncomfortable. Claire Barclay returns to England from her last post in Seattle, finally…

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The Unlikely Master Genius, by Carla Kelly

The Unlikely Master Genius, by Carla Kelly Sailing Master Able Six, Royal Navy, is a man like no other. To call him a mere polymath is to sell him short. Someone with his extraordinary gifts should rise to the top, unless it is the 1800s, where pedigree and money govern Regency society, as sure as…

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The Last of Lady Lansdown, by Shirley Kennedy

The Last of Lady Lansdown, by Shirley Kennedy In the dawn of the Regency era in Northern England, precious few mourn the sudden and shocking passing of the Earl of Lansdown. Certainly not Jane Elton, the young and beautiful widow whose life he made a misery. After her initial relief, Jane must contend with an…

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