Adult Fiction BARRON
Summary: "Our Jane is as worthy a detective as Columbo and with better manners", raved USA Today of Stephanie Barron's bestselling debut in Jane and the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor; now, in her latest outing, Jane must call upon every sleuthing skill she possesses to unveil her most formidable foe yet. The gruesome mutilations upon the body Jane comes upon in the Peak District are so terrible that even Jane, no stranger to death, must turn away. But the mystery surrounding the savage murder only thickens when it is discovered that the victim is a young serving-girl from a nearby estate. Was the killing the work of a madman? Or did the dead girl's terrible injuries mark her as a traitor to the secret rites of Free-masonry? When the wrong person is accused of murder, Jane Austen becomes an innocent victim's only hope, in a fiendishly clever and breathlessly diverting mystery.
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