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  • Engrossing historical mystery

    This atmospheric historical mystery set in Victorian England features a piano playing young woman, Nell, and her police inspector brother, Matthew, and draws the reader into a story about fact and fiction, truth and lies and right and wrong. Can lying about yourself, even if for a good cause, be acceptable and ignored or is it a slippery slope that will lead to more lies and trouble? Can someone be a friend or more even if they test your moral judgement? This book is full of characters that challenge the reader's judgement and the scenes created are evocative and believable. Victorian London came alive in the numerous settings for the book. Personally, I enjoyed the storyline and the conundrums that were raised and hope that future books in the series will continue Nell's journey. An engrossing historical read.

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