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Canada in 1912
In a time when women were expected to wait on their husbands, Jem was released from her job at Spencer’s Department store simply because she got married. Now her husband is worried when she joins her friend Merinda in a detective consulting business. A new case involving anarchy and the safety of President Roosevelt put the two women in serious danger. They must stay two steps ahead to remain out of harm’s way.
|Title: A Lesson in Love & Murder #2|
By: Rachel McMillan
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.25 (inches)|
Weight: 6 ounces
Series: Herringford and Watts Mysteries
Stock No: WW966429
From political danger to personal drama, life is about to get explosive...
The legacy of literary icon Sherlock Holmes is alive and well in 1912 Canada, where best friends Merinda Herringford and Jem Watts continue to develop their skills as consulting detectives.
The city of Toronto has been thrown into upheaval by the arrival of radical anarchist Emma Goldman. Amid this political chaos, Benny Citrone of the Royal North-West Mounted Police arrives at Merinda and Jem's flat, requesting assistance in locating his runaway cousina man with a deadly talent.
While Merinda eagerly accepts the case, she finds herself constantly butting headsand heartswith Benny. Meanwhile, Jem has her hands full with a husband who is determined to keep her out of harm's way.
As Merinda and Jem close in on the danger they've tracked from Toronto to Chicago, they uncover a sinister plot to assassinate presidential candidate Theodore Roosevelt. Will they be able to save the day and resolve the troubles threatening their future happiness before it's too late?
Independence, love, and lives are at stake in A Lesson in Love and Murder, the gripping second installment of the Herringford and Watts Mysteries series.
Rachel McMillan is a keen history enthusiast and a lifelong bibliophile. When not writing or reading, she can most often be found drinking tea and watching British miniseries. Rachel lives in bustling Toronto, where she works in educational publishing and pursues her passion for art, literature, music, and theater.