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  • a great read and a great outcome

    Very happy on this two finally gettog together and what a great way it came about

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  • Finally

    It's about time! I loved the ending of this book

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  • Victoria Thompson’s Murder in Chelsea

    Turn of the century New York City finds Sarah Brandt, a midwife, who has been appointed guardian for a young girl left at the Daughters of Hope Mission, informed that a woman claiming to have been the girl’s nursemaid is looking to take the child to her mother. Sarah is not willing to just give up the child without an investigation into this woman’s claim so she contacts Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy. When the detective seeks out the nursemaid to interview her, he finds her DEAD at the boarding house in Chelsea.Murdered. I consider this a complex, emotional and well thought out historical fiction cozy mystery. I met the cast of well crafted, vivid, well rounded, well developed, three dimensional and interesting characters. Murders, secrets, affairs, danger, last wills all combine to make an interesting read. This is an emotional time for Sarah, Detective Malloy plus Sarah’s family also take part in this murder mystery. This is book # 15 in the Gaslight Mysteries series. I enjoyed learning about turn of the century New York City.

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  • The Mystery of Catherine

    Sarah Brandt is devastated to learn someone is trying to locate Catherine, the little girl she’s taken in. When Sarah goes to meet this woman, her story seems genuine, but it could mean that Catherine is in danger, so Sarah asks Frank Malloy to help her figure out what is truly going on. However, Frank goes to meet the woman who is asking after Catherine only to find her dead. Is Catherine in danger, too? The mystery of Catherine’s past has been brewing for several books now, and I was thrilled to see it finally fully explored. While you could jump in here, you’ll enjoy it more if you are already familiar with the characters. That includes some humor coming from how the regular characters interact with each other – I am loving how these relationships are developing. The plot is compelling and drew me in. These books always transport me to the world of New York City in the 1890’s, and I love visiting. I did have to question the series’ timeline as I read this book since it suddenly seemed to be compressed, but maybe that’s just me. I’m also very happy with some of the events that happened in the main character’s lives in this book. The series gets better with each book, and I can’t wait to get to the next entry in the series.

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