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By Anna Dean

"If Jane Austen had written omit Marple, she could were Dido Kent."--Kirkus (starred review)

The moment installment in Anna Dean's fascinating secret sequence unearths leave out Dido Kent touring at her cousin Flora's. while Flora's neighbor passes away, Dido can not help yet experience whatever is amiss. whereas she is preferably put to monitor the response of the group, her suitor, Mr. William Lomax, feels differently. Dido will not be stopped, besides the fact that, and as she learns extra concerning the soiled dealings one of the higher sessions of Surrey, she brings extra to mild than even she can have imagined. Anna Dean has crafted a pleasant historic sequence; the subsequent smartest thing to interpreting Jane Austen.

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