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Invitation to Die

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Invitation to Die by Barbara Cleverly
Hardcover
Aug 06, 2019 | ISBN 9781641290272
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Praise for Invitation to Die

“Cleverly’s characters, from the good-natured but determined Redfyre; to the curmudgeon Detective Superintendent MacFarlane; to Redfyre’s Aunt Hetty, dedicated to winning the vote for woman while attempting to find a suitable wife for Redfyre, are three-dimensional and delightful in their eccentricity . . . Invitation to Die is the perfect book for those who like a little humor served with their murder.”
—New York Journal of Books

“Compelling.”
—Booklist

Praise for Fall of Angels

“John Redfyre is a detective for the ages.” 
—Tasha Alexander, New York Times bestselling author of Death in St. Petersburg

“Charmingly old-fashioned . . . Cleverly resolves the mystery with her customary expertise and good taste. But she’s human enough to take the occasional jab at men who make the rules of society, ‘smothering female talent, gagging and belittling their wives and daughters.’”
—The New York Times Book Review

“The inspector’s earnestness is well-tempered by a good deal of wit and charm. And Ms. Cleverly displays a sure knowledge of the personal attitudes, social conditions, science and slang of a fascinating transitional period in history.”
—The Wall Street Journal

“Cleverly, known for the intricate puzzles she creates and the depth with which she draws her sleuths, has another winner in Redfyre. With dry humor to leaven a frightening story, richly imagined characters and a sure sense of place and time, she leaves the reader eager for Redfyre’s next case.” 
—Richmond Times-Dispatch

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