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Angel Condemned by Mary Stanton
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Oct 21, 2011

really liked it
Read from October 21 to 26, 2011

Angel"s Condemned is the fifth book in A Beaufort and Company Mystery series.

Brianna (Bree) Winston-Beaufort, against her better judgment agrees to represent her Aunt Cissy's future husband, Prosper White, in a fraud case. White has been accused of fraudulently obtaining a magazine that he has on display in the Frazier Museum. The person bringing the suit is Allard Chambers. White was responsible for Chamber losing his, and also his wife's, professor's jobs.

As White is about to begin a speech on the steps of the Frazier Museum, a group of protesters is forming and suddenly White is stabbed to death. the weapon uses is a knife from Aunt Cissy's kitchen.

Chambers and White, in the past had involved in illegally obtaining rare artifacts and this is really what has been the problem. In an earlier dig a young is drowns in the ocean during a storm. Bree learns that this drowning and White's murder seem to be tied together.

Bree must defend the young man who drowned before the Celestial Court before she loses any members of her family. Stanton skillfully weaves the Celestial Court into the rest of the book and makes it all believable.

This is a very enjoyable series, written around a great cast of characters.



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