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MURDER IN MAYFAIR: A Juliette Abbott Regency Mystery (Juliette Abbott Regency Mystery Series Book 2)

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Having just returned from Morland Manor, clever, young Juliette Abbott is living with her former employer Lady Carstairs' niece, Miss Cathleen Haworth. The two young ladies have been cataloguing Lady Carstairs' priceless artifacts in preparation to dispose of them. Suddenly Juliette finds herself drawn into a mystery surrounding the tragic murder of a London curiosity ...more
Kindle Edition, 312 pages
Published January 16th 2017 by The Regency Plume Press
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Gail Gassen
Dec 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Poor Juliette, another murder!

This was another very entertaining book! As the story progressed I did figure out who might have been the murderer, but was really surprised when that person ended up being so ruthless, or perhaps that a wrong description. Maybe unfeeling is better. I'm happy to say without giving anything away I was happy Juliette received communication about it. Poor Juliette really gets misused by the "upper" class. Perhaps they believe they could do that, so it seems so with
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Marilyn Clay, a multi-published, best-selling and award winning author is also a respected historian of the Regency period in English history. For sixteen years, she published The Regency Plume Newsletter, an international publication chock full of well-researched articles useful to writers, historians and people interested in all aspects of the 18th and early 19th centuries in English history. ...more

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