Madame Koska & the Imperial Brooch

Ilil Arbel (Author)
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Description

Meet Madame Koska--a fabulous haute couture designer and the owner of a new atelier in 1920's London who has a knack at solving crimes that simply baffle the police.

When a priceless brooch disappears from a museum in Russia, Madame Koska is suddenly drawn into the mystery. But who is Madame Koska? And what does the missing jewel have to do with her? Find out in her first adventure!

Product Details

Price
$22.95
Publisher
BHC Press/Open Window
Publish Date
December 05, 2017
Pages
176
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.56 X 8.5 inches | 0.79 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781947727205

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About the Author

Ilil Arbel enjoys writing in a variety of genres, including mystery, mythology and folklore. She has a Ph.D. in the field of Liberal Arts, specializing in mythology and folklore. She has lived and studied in Tel Aviv, Paris, and New York, and currently resides in Manhattan.

Reviews

..".A perfect period puzzler, Madame Koska and the Imperial Brooch is clever, concise, occasionally comical..." Jay Strafford, books editor, Richmond Times-Dispatch

"Agatha Christie reborn. A veritable tour de force of the twenties' London fashion scene with our heroine the Madame (if one may use the word in this sense) of an up and coming atelier. We meet Russian émigrés down on their luck and have a stolen brooch being sought by the thieves who hid it too well. Ilil Arbel has adopted the mantle of the Grande Dame of this age and produced a stunning book full of fun and the obligatory twisted ending. Don't miss it!"
Lord David Prosser, author of the Barsetshire Diaries


"Madame Koska is an absolutely unforgettable character whose charms and eccentricities linger on long after you've finished this marvelous page-turner. Here's to hoping this is only the beginning of a wonderful new series."
Gary Morgenstein, playwright and author of A Mound Over Hell


..".I didn't know whodunit until the very last few pages."
Wayne Zurl, author of the Sam Jenkins Murder Mysteries Series