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D.E. Ireland is the pseudonym of authors Meg Mims and Sharon Pisacreta.


Book 2 will be released on Tuesday, September 22nd, and we’re sharing a brief preview of the first chapter. The book begins at Royal Ascot in June of 1913. Professor Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle are both attending due to Alfred Doolittle’s acquisition of a racehorse, the Donegal Dancer. Here we go! A high-pitched scream […]
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Published on July 01, 2015 15:35
Average rating: 3.78 · 174 ratings · 64 reviews · 2 distinct works · Similar authors
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"Thoroughly enjoyable read incorporating all of the My Fair Lady characters. Loved the inclusion of phrases from the original score into the content. "
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If you loved the movie My Fair Lady then you will love this book even more....Not just a good read but a great read"
Wouldn't It Be Deadly by D.E. Ireland
"This was a great book for both mystery and My Fair Lady fans. Eliza and Higgins are a fun detective duo and I hope this will be the first in a long series to come. Full of twists and turns, and with small references to the play scattered throughou..." Read more of this review »
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“There's only one way of escaping trouble; and that's killing things." Henry Higgins, Act V, Pygmalion”
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“There's only one way of escaping trouble; and that's killing things." Henry Higgins, Act V, Pygmalion, George Bernard Shaw”
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“I can imagine few things more delightful than to be invited there for Ascot. One sees
the racing in the most comfortable way, meets all one’s friends (and enemies), makes
– or loses – a little money, and all without fatigue or bother.” --Princess Daisy Ples”
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“If I am asked to give advice to those who are inclined to spend their time and their money on the Turf I should give them the advice 'Punch' gave to those about to marry
– don’t.” --5th Earl of Roseberry

The Fast Set: The World of Edwardian Racing by George Plumptre, 1985.”
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