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Murder in Belgravia by Lynn Brittney

Murder in Belgravia

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Murder in Belgravia by Lynn Brittney
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Mar 13, 2019 | ISBN 9781683318934

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Praise for Murder in Belgravia:
“A delightful ensemble cast of sleuths with their complex relationships make this a compelling read. Even though the setting is London’s fashionable West End, we are constantly reminded that WWI is never far away and that London’s poshest neighborhoods are not far from its seedy underbelly.”
—Rhys Bowen, New York Times bestselling author of the Royal Spyness mysteries

“Murder in Belgravia offers an exciting blend of history and mystery as Chief Inspector Beech and his intrepid team of investigators seek to solve a murder in the often-dangerous environs of WWI-era London. Filled with rich period detail, a lively cast of characters, and fast-paced twists and turns, this novel will leave you cheering for Beech and company and eager for their next adventure!”
—Ashley Weaver, author of the Edgar Finalist Murder at the Brightwell

“Murder in Belgravia is a savvy, sophisticated 1920s murder mystery with a delightfully engaging circle of sleuths, from the wounded war veteran Scotland Yard detective and his team of Bobbies to the smart, unconventional ladies, who bring their own impressive talents to crime solving! I can’t wait for their next case!”
—Andrea Penrose, author of the Wrexford & Sloane Regency-set mysteries

“Brittney plots skillfully and rolls out a terrific cast of investigators, boding well for her proposed series of historical procedurals.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Enticing…Well-drawn characters…This is a must for Downton Abbey fans.”
Publishers Weekly

“A great look at the time period and…the female characters are portrayed very strongly here. The story is enjoyable as well and the time period fits perfectly into the novel. It looks like this is the start of a new series and I for one look forward to more.”
Red Carpet Crash

“A deftly scripted and darkly compelling story of a movement far ahead of its time…Murder In Belgravia will leave its fully entertaining readers looking eagerly toward the next Mayfair 100 novel.”
Midwest Book Review

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