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Appetite for Murder (The Frances Doughty Mysteries) Kindle Edition
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This is an entertaining and well written Victorian mystery which shows extremely well how women had to struggle to make their own living at this period of history. Frances’ reputation is growing and she has plenty of work and she is gradually building up a network of contacts who are willing to help her with information on a quid pro quo basis. I enjoyed reading this fourth episode in the Frances Doughty series. The dialogue and characters are believable and realistic and not everything goes the way of our heroine all the time.
If you like historical crime series then give this one a try. The books can be read in any order though it is interesting to see how the series characters develop if you start with the first one in the series which is ‘The Poisonous Seed.’