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Murder is in the Air by Frances Brody
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Dec 07, 2021 | ISBN 9781643858074

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Praise for Murder is in the Air:
“An engrossing look at women’s place in society.”
—Kirkus Reviews

“Smooth prose and nice local color.”
—Publishers Weekly

“A must-read…Charming, humorous, accurate, and engaging.”
Seattle Book Review

“A magnificent job.”

“[Murder is in the Air has] an atmospheric period backdrop [with] layered interactions [that] give flesh to characters”
—Historical Novel Society

Praise for The Body on the Train:
“This well-told tale is enriched with vignettes of daily life at a time in England…Readers must be on their toes to catch the subtle hints Brody skillfully drops.”
—Publishers Weekly

“The threads are all pulled neatly together by the end.”
—Historical Novels Society
“Author Frances Brody’s clever and realistic storytelling gives the reader a picturesque look into the dark underground of England in the 1920s.”
—Manhattan Book Review

Praise for A Snapshot of Murder:
“Absolutely captivating! With charm, skill, and spot-on insight, the talented Frances Brody expertly transports us to Yorkshire, 1928—and we are thrilled to be there. You’ll adore the wonderfully atmospheric dialogue and put Brody on your bookshelves with Bowen and Winspear.”
—Hank Phillippi Ryan, national bestselling author of Trust Me

“A strong historical-mystery series; perfect for fans of post-WWI detectives, including Maisie Dobbs and Bess Crawford.”

“Well-crafted… Kate is someone readers will want to see a lot more of.”
—Publishers Weekly

“Brody’s writing is like her central character Kate Shackleton: witty, acerbic and very, very perceptive.”
—Ann Cleeves, award-winning author of the Vera Stanhope mysteries

 “I lost a day’s work because of this novel. I couldn’t put it down. Kate Shackleton is a delightful heroine—smart, strong, and independent. Treat yourself to a trip back to 1920s Britain.”
—Elaine Viets, author of Ice Blonde

“Get your copy and settle down for a trip to an earlier, gentler, and simpler time, where intrigue and murder were the name of the game.”

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