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Beacon Street Mourning

Beacon Street Mourning by Dianne Day
Mass Market Paperback
Oct 30, 2001 | 304 Pages
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“With her independent spirit and youthful determination, Miss Jones is virtually invincible.”
The New York Times Book Review

“Plunging into the rich atmosphere of upper-crust Boston in the winter of 1909, Day’s tale mesmerizes with long-festering secrets.”

“What is immensely appealing is the care Day takes to recreate the period and differentiate two very different cities on bays 3,000 miles apart. The expert crime-solving, it turns out, is something of a bonus.”
Chicago Tribune

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