A Silent Stabbing

Alyssa Maxwell (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$26.00  $23.92
Publisher
Kensington Publishing Corporation
Publish Date
February 25, 2020
Pages
288
Dimensions
5.9 X 1.2 X 8.2 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781496717429

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About the Author

Alyssa Maxwell knew from an early age that she wanted to be a novelist. Growing up in New England and traveling to Great Britain fueled a passion for history, while a love of puzzles of all kinds drew her to the mystery genre. She and her husband reside in Florida, where she loves to watch BBC productions, sip tea in the afternoons, and delve into the past. You can learn more about Alyssa and her books at www.alyssamaxwell.com.

Reviews

Praise for Alyssa Maxwell and her Lady and Lady's Maid Mysteries!

A Murderous Marriage

"The action unfolds smoothly until well-disguised clues lead to a clever and satisfying denouement. Downton Abbey fans will have fun."
--Publishers Weekly

"A well-crafted historical mystery which will delight devotees of television shows such as Downton Abbey."
--Suspense Magazine

A Devious Death

"Well-crafted . . . Maxwell artfully portrays the personal dynamics of English society at the time, and readers will hope to see more of the endearing Phoebe and Eva."
--Publishers Weekly

"An unusual twist rooted in the recent horrors of World War I adds interest to a country-house mystery."
--Kirkus Reviews

A Pinch of Poison

"Along with a bracing mystery, Maxwell explores compelling themes. Although this is from a slightly earlier time period, it's a good match with Rhys Bowen's Her Royal Spyness series."
--Booklist

Murder Most Malicious

"Entertaining . . . some of the characters and scenes are highly reminiscent of TV's Downton Abbey, but Maxwell makes Phoebe and Eva distinctive personalities in their own right."
--Publishers Weekly

"Downton Abbey fans will enjoy Maxwell's evocative descriptions of a particular society as it transitions from the Edwardian Age to modern times."
--Library Journal