Blood Will Tell: A Cozy Mystery Set in Cambridge, England

Jeanne M. Dams (Author)
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Description

American Anglophile Dorothy Martin tackles a tricky puzzle in the historic university town of Cambridge

Dorothy Martin isn't overly enthusiastic when her husband, retired police detective Alan Nesbitt, invites her to accompany him to a conference in Cambridge, picturing cramped student accommodation. But St Stephen's turns out to be recently renovated, and, bolstered by en suite facilities, Dorothy is looking forward to exploring the historic and beautiful city. It is not long, though, before disaster strikes: lost in the maze of college buildings, Dorothy stumbles into a laboratory . . . and is shocked to find what looks like a pool of blood on the floor. She flees, to fetch help, but when Alan checks it out, there is nothing to be found. Was she mistaken? Or has a terrible crime been committed? Dorothy, who can never resist a puzzle, determines to find out.

Product Details

Price
$32.95  $30.31
Publisher
Severn House Publishers
Publish Date
February 01, 2016
Pages
224
Dimensions
5.7 X 0.9 X 8.9 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780727885555

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About the Author

writes mysteries about the Victorian and Edwardian eras. She is the Agatha-winning and Macavity-nominated author of the popular Dorothy Martin series, as well as six previous books in the Hilda Johansson historical series. She lives in South Bend, Indiana.

Reviews

"This is a must-have for public libraries."--B. Brechner, Librarian
"Dams provides the reader, once again, with an insight to life in England, its beautiful countryside, historic cities and an enjoyable and believable cast of characters."--F Yoder, reviewer
"A new entry in this series is always welcome for fans of fictional amateur sleuths."--Booklist
"Anglophiles will relish every aspect of St. Stephen's and its gorgeous Cambridge surroundings"--Publishers Weekly