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Death at Bishop's Keep by Robin Paige
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A nice, lightweight Victorian murder mystery. Kathryn Ardleigh is American born and raised of Irish and British parentage. In her late 20s and on her own she is found by Aunts in England she did not know existed. One of them invites her to come live with them and be her personal secretary in connection with a new Eastern religion temple being founded in the area. On Kathryn's arrival in the small English countryside area a man has been found deead in an archealogical dig area. Things begin to appear fishy with this new religion, and more people end up dead. Kathryn helps sort it all out of course.
Note: Robin paige is the pen name for husband/wife writing team of Susan Wittig Albert and Bill Albert. They live in the Texas Hill country and write under their own names as well.
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Viccy I love this series. Very entertaining and easy to read.


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