Today’s team review is from Liz, she blogs here https://lizannelloyd.wordpress.com/
Liz has been reading Intrigue & Infamy by Carol J Hedges
Never has a Victorian murder mystery seemed more appropriate for the time of reading. Once again Carol Hedges captures our imagination with her tale of honest policemen, hard-working women and dastardly villains. At a time when Italy and Germany are hotbeds of revolution as they try to build up unified national identities, foreign residents of London are subject to racist attacks by an unknown group. Meanwhile, Juliana Silverton has ensnared her perfect husband and she can look forward to a happy successful marriage provided no scandal is revealed about her or her fiancé, Harry Haddon. But in the house of Harry’s father, Sir Nicholas Haddon, his second wife despairs as her young’s son’s loyalty is lost to a new young Italian tutor.
As the elegant Juliana tries to…
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