Mrs. Jeffries and the Merry Gentlemen (A Victorian Mystery #32) (Mass Market)

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Mrs. Jeffries and the Merry Gentlemen (A Victorian Mystery #32) (Mass Market)


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This is book number 32 in the A Victorian Mystery series.

Orlando Edison is a stockbroker using London’s infatuation with foreign mining ventures to make a fortune. He has curried favor with the nation’s most respected aristocrats, even inviting three influential investors—known as the Merry Gentlemen—to be part of his latest enterprise. Edison is welcomed in the highest circles and moves with ease among the rich and powerful. But a few days before Christmas, he is found murdered.

Inspector Witherspoon and his household are looking forward to the festive season. But they all know their duty, and led by the intrepid Mrs. Jeffries, they plan to see justice served for the holidays...

Mrs. Jeffries keeps house for Inspector Witherspoon...and keeps him on his toes. Everyone’s awed by his Scotland Yard successes—but they don’t know about his secret weapon. No matter how messy the murder or how dirty the deed, Mrs. Jeffries’ polished detection skills are up to the task...proving that behind every great man there’s a woman—and that a crimesolver’s work is never done.
Emily Brightwell is the New York Times bestselling author of the Victorian Mystery series featuring Inspector Witherspoon and Mrs. Jeffries.
Product Details ISBN: 9780425268094
ISBN-10: 0425268098
Publisher: Berkley
Publication Date: November 4th, 2014
Pages: 288
Language: English
Series: A Victorian Mystery
Praise for the Mrs. Jeffries mysteries:

“[A] winning combination in Witherspoon and Jeffries. It’s murder most English all the way!”—The Literary Times

“Fascinating murder mystery...wit and style...a winning series. Mrs. Jeffries is the Miss Marple of Victorian Mystery.” —The Paperback Forum

“One historical mystery series that never gets boring or dull.”—Midwest Book Review