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  • Excellent as a stand alone!

    greed, private-investigators, law-enforcement, murder-investigation, England, between-the-wars, historical-research Kate is a private investigator with a motley crew of assistants and a father in area law enforcement. She is called to Scotland Yard for an assignment regarding a murdered man dumped into a train car but is hobbled by instructions of silence and basically blocked at every turn. She heads northward and arranges to stay with an old friend and becomes aware of a seemingly unconnected murder in the town. The reader also gets to learn about rhubarb growth and transport to market outside of the normal growing season, a bit about pit coal mining, and the orphanage system of the time. The book insisted that I read it all in one hot afternoon. I requested and received a free ebook copy from Crooked Lane Books via NetGalley. Thank you!

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