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Beacon Street Mourning

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Beacon Street Mourning by Dianne Day
Mass Market Paperback $7.99
Oct 30, 2001 | ISBN 9780553580617
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Praise

“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.”
Booklist

“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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Booklist

Fire and Fog
“This delightful mystery begins with a bang … and things get more and more complicated from there.”
San Francisco Chronicle

The Bohemian Murders
“A special treat. Highly recommended.”
Chicago Tribune

Emperor Norton’s Ghost
“A lively and atmospheric mixture of sharply observed detail and high drama.”
— Amazon.com

Death Train to Boston
“An extremely appealing book … great fun to read.”
The Book Report

And coming soon in hardcover from Doubleday:
Cut to the Heart

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