A Courage Undimmed by Stephanie Graves

November 1941. Outside the small English village of Pipley, the Special Operations Executive has set up “Station XVII”, a top secret site for the training of agents who will eventually operate behind enemy lines. Olive Bright is on the staff as a member of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (FANY). She has also been recruited …

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Murder at the Majestic Hotel by Clara McKenna

Stella and Lyndy have traveled to York for their honeymoon. Upon arrival at the Majestic Hotel, they find that their reservation has been given to someone else! And Horace Wingrove, owner of England’s largest confection companies, is not giving it up. This turns out to be fortunate for the newlywed’s, as during the night, Wingrove …

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Murder at the Victoria and Albert Museum by Jim Eldridge

London, 1898. A thick fog covers the city. And at the new Victoria and Albert Museum it swirls into a large marquee, hiding the body of a man laying at the foot of the newly placed foundation stone, his throat slashed from ear to ear. Almost immediately, Daniel Wilson and Abigail Fenton are summoned by …

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A Fiancée’s Guide to First Wives and Murder by Dianne Freeman

London, November 1899. Frances Wynn is soon to become Mrs. George Hazelton. Unfortunately, Inspector Delaney appears with a young woman in tow. Miss Irena Teskey claims that she is Mrs. George Hazelton. Oh, and she's the illegitimate daughter of a Russian royal, that she has been abducted and held for ransom many times, and that …

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