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A Crimson Warning by Tasha Alexander
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Apr 24, 2012

it was amazing

Lady Emily Hargreaves has returned to London expecting to enjoy the season. Balls, dancing with her husband, museums, and happiness are what she wants, but a dead body and vandalism are what she is faced with. A businessman is murdered and the vandal is leaving red paint on the houses of London’s elite. After the red paint is discovered, a crushing secret is revealed.
She and Colin, her husband and an investigator for the crown, investigate while the whole of London’s elite hold their breath waiting to see who will be next to have their darkest secrets revealed. The crushing secrets bring about terrible results. Lady Emily’s investigation differs from Colin’s and he worries for her but has learned she is invaluable in investigations.
With no one’s secrets safe, Colin and Lady Emily must hurry to find the vandal before more damage can be done. Why would someone want to destroy London’s elite? What is the link between the murder and vandalism?
A wonderful mystery set in the Victorian era that will keep you riveted until the end. This is a wonderful addition to this series!

Reviewed by Ashley Wintters for Suspense Magazine
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