Today’s team review is from Liz, she blogs here, https://lizannelloyd.wordpress.com/
Liz has been reading Fear And Phantoms by Carol Hedges
I always look forward to another volume in Carol Hedges’ Victorian mystery series. Once again, she has created an effective picture of the grime and poverty of 1860s London, filled with vivid characters, good, evil, peculiar and captivating. In Fear and Phantoms, we face the very real horror of murder and fraud as well as a mysterious vision of the Madonna in the tunnel of the Metropolitan Underground railway.
An intelligent young woman, Helena Trigg, who works as a book-keeper, is baffled when her twin brother, Lambert, a senior bank clerk, disappears and comes under suspicion of fraud. Luckily, she seeks help from reliable Detective Inspector Stride and kindly Inspector Greig, who wonder if there might be a connection to their current murder investigation. But nothing is that simple. …
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