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by Deanna Raybourn

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Historical

2010 Historical Mystery Nominee

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The fourth book in the Lady Julia Grey series is as witty, funny and moving as the earlier stories. Readers will fall into another world with romance, danger and excitement. Every character seems to have a fatal secret and trying to guess them makes the book fly.

Lady Julia Grey is on her honeymoon with Nicholas Brisbane, a private enquiry agent, when her sister and brother ask them to come to India to help a friend of the family, a recently widowed pregnant woman. If she has a son, she and the child will inherit his tea plantation and all the wealth. Julia is suspicious the death was murder and that both their friend and the child are in danger from her husband’s family. Once there, secrets and danger are everywhere. And then there’s the man-eating tiger stalking the area. (MIRA, Oct., 400 pp., $14.95)

Reviewed By: Page Traynor

Publisher: MIRA

Published: October 2010

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