Twelfth Night

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Harlequin, Jun 1, 2014 - Fiction - 400 pages
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New York Times bestselling author Deanna Raybourn returns with a brand-new novella, starring her beloved heroine, the intrepid Lady Julia Grey

To mark the passing of another decade, the esteemed—and eccentric—March family have assembled at Bellmont Abbey to perform the Twelfth Night Revels for their sleepy English village. But before Lady Julia and her handsome, sleuthing husband, Nicolas Brisbane, can take to the stage, a ruckus in the stable yard demands their attention. An abandoned infant is found nestled in the steel helm of St. George. What's more, their only lead is the local legend of a haunted cottage and its ghastly inhabitant—who seems to have returned.

Once again, Lady Julia and Nicholas take up the challenge to investigate, and when the source of the mystery is revealed, they'll be faced with an impossible choice—one that will alter the course of their lives…forever.

Don't miss a single tale in the Lady Julia Grey series—or Deanna Raybourn's latest novel, City of Jasmine.

 

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User Review  - MickyFine - LibraryThing

1890 has just begun and already Lady Julia and Brisbane find themselves in the midst of a mystery. While still at her father's home in Sussex the entire March clan is preparing for the annual Twelfth ... Read full review

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User Review  - RowingRabbit - LibraryThing

This series features one of my favourite detective couples so any addition to their story is welcome. This is a shortie along the lines of "Silent Night" & "Midsummer Night". The whole clan has been ... Read full review

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New York Times bestselling author Deanna Raybourn graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a double major in English and history and an emphasis on Shakespearean studies. She taught high school English for three years in San Antonio before leaving education to pursue a career as a novelist. Deanna makes her home in Virginia, where she lives with her husband and daughter and is hard at work on her next novel.

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