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Montmorency and the Assassins by Eleanor Updale
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Jun 25, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: crime, historical-fiction, mystery, teen, victorian-edwardian, 19th-c, england-uk, on-my-shelf-book, 2009-tbr-pile-read
Read in September, 2009

Montmorency never disappoints! This time around twelve years have passed and Vi and Tom (whom she was pregnant with at the end of the last book) are settled on Tarimond. George, Robert, and Montmorency float back and forth between the island and London. George's brother, Gus, lost his wife to the influenza and decided to take himself and his boys, Frank and Alexander, on a trip through Europe to shake themselves out of a funk. The trip will change everyone's lives as Frank gets involved with international anarchists, Robert plans medical revolution, Montmorency and George have a case and Gus finds love again.

The adventures in this one take our characters around the globe, and many characters return from the previous stories. GREAT!
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