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The Masque of a Murderer by Susanna Calkins

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Also by Susanna Calkins:

The Fate of a Flapper, July 2020
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Murder Knocks Twice, May 2019
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A Death Along the River Fleet, April 2016
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The Masque of a Murderer, April 2015
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From the Charred Remains, March 2015
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From The Charred Remains, May 2014
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A Murder At Rosamund's Gate, May 2013
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The Masque of a Murderer
Susanna Calkins

Minotaur Books
April 2015
On Sale: April 14, 2015
Featuring: Lucy Campion
ISBN: 1250057361
EAN: 9781250057365
Kindle: B00NS3NC8S
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Mystery Woman Sleuth | Mystery Historical

It’s 1666 and the Great Fire has just decimated an already plague-ridden London. Lady’s maid Lucy Campion, along with pretty much everyone else left standing, is doing her part to help the city clean up and recover. But their efforts come to a standstill when a couple of local boys stumble across a dead body that should have been burned up in the fire but miraculously remained intact—the body of a man who died not from the plague or the fire, but from the knife plunged into his chest.

Searching for a purpose now that there’s no lady in the magistrate’s household for her to wait on, Lucy has apprenticed herself to a printmaker. But she can't help but use her free time to help the local constable, and she quickly finds herself embroiled in the murder investigation. It will take all of her wits and charm, not to mention a strong stomach and a will of steel, if Lucy hopes to make it through alive herself.

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