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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: Lady Trent Mystery
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Lady Trent must rely on her newfound faith to solve the mystery . . . and save herself.
In London, 1858, women of British nobility are being murdered with alarming frequency, so Scotland Yard calls on Lady Serafina Trent and her crime-solving partner, Dylan Tremayne, to help piece together the perplexing clues. With Dylan's help, Serafina has garnered acclaim as a brilliant detectivesolving mysteries by relying on her astute observation and scientific reasoning.
But in the midst of solving these crimes, Serafina's relationship with Dylan meets unexpected stress when his childhood sweetheart returns. Torn between desire and decorum, Serafina desperately wants Dylan to be happybut in the arms of another woman?
After a lifetime of viewing the world through a practical lens, Serafina begins to examine her own soul--and realizes her need for Jesus. Yet will her faith save her life when all clues point to Serafina as the murderer's next victim?
Enjoy Victorian England through the eyes of Christian Fiction's most beloved author.
Dr MomHouston, TXAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5I enjoyed the whole Lady Trent mystery series.October 20, 2012Dr MomHouston, TXAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I simply loved reading the entire Lady Trent mystery series. The author held my interest throughout reading the series. The characters, the Christian content, and historical facts made for a cannot-put-down reading experience.
JenniferCentral NYAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Love this seriesAugust 27, 2012JenniferCentral NYAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This was one of my favourite summer reads ever. i bought the series a few years ago and just loved it. the main female character is a strong woman who has a vulnerable side. i love that they didnt make her a clinging vine and that they gave her a fabulous career for the times. its a fairy tale that draws you in and still gives credit to the Word. nicely done.
Sonya Stepherson4 Stars Out Of 5March 22, 2010Sonya StephersonI have read the first two books and enjoyed this one. I was a litle disapointed that Dylan did not figure out the sonnet sooner. I had no trouble figuring it out without a map.
Penny Hardaway5 Stars Out Of 5October 10, 2009Penny HardawayGilbert Morris creates the most wonderful characters. Lady Trent and Dylan Tremayne are both strong and compassionate. I love Dylan's humor. I would love to see more of these 2 characters. The ending of this, the 3rd in the series, opens so many doors for future stories. As always, Morris has combined romance, mystery, a fair amount of excitement, and humor into another book.
Lida Chikos2 Stars Out Of 5September 15, 2009Lida ChikosFor a light read, this book is just okay. I felt the character development was pretty good, but the historical inaccuracies over shadow the story. Anyone who enjoys Victorian mysteries will have a hard time getting through it. I am surprised that it was not edited better.