Betrayal at Ravenswick: A Fiona Figg Mystery


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5.98 X 9.02 X 0.55 inches | 0.79 pounds

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About the Author

Kelly Oliver is W. Alton Jones Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University. She is the author of thirteen scholarly books, ten anthologies, and over 100 articles, including work on campus rape, reproductive technologies, women and the media, film noir, and Alfred Hitchcock. Her work has been translated into seven languages, and she has been published in The New York Times.


"With a novel approach and unforgettable charm, Kelly Oliver gives us an enticing mystery with unique characters who bring the World War I era into sharp focus. Fans of Susan Elia MacNeal will gobble up this series! Highly recommend." - L.A. Chandlar, author of The Art Deco Mysteries

"Take a plucky sleuth, a handsome soldier, a shady stranger, add mystery and a dash of espionage, shake well, and you have Betrayal at Ravenswick. Fans of traditional mysteries will root for Fiona Figg as she navigates the treachery of London and a seemingly bucolic English country manor at a time when everything in England was changing." - Liz Milliron, author of The Homefront Mysteries

"Betrayal at Ravenswick is a riveting start to Kelly Oliver's World War I mystery series. After a devastating divorce, the brilliant but insecure Fiona Figg throws herself heart and soul into espionage, and almost immediately finds herself investigating a murder. Oliver skillfully balances Fiona's wry humor and occasional downright comedy with heartrending reminders of the appalling casualties of war. Readers will find this story impossible to put down and will eagerly await the sequel." - Barbara Monajem, USA Today Bestselling author of The Lady Rosamund Mysteries