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In 1816 London, Kendra Donovan tries to track down a missing man, but also finds trouble brewing closer to home in the fifth book in Julie McElwain's riveting time-travel mystery series. When Kendra Donovan is approached by Mrs. Gavenston with an unusual request--to find her business manager, Jeremy Pascoe, who recently vanished--the FBI agent is eager to accept the challenge. To Kendra's way of thinking, spending her time locating a missing person suits her more than perfecting her embroidery, painting watercolors, practicing on the pianoforte, or any of the other activities that are socially acceptable for young ladies in the early nineteenth century. Unfortunately, the missing person's case turns into a murder investigation after Kendra finds the man stabbed to death in a remote cottage that he'd been using as a writer's retreat. Everyone who knew him says that Pascoe was a fine fellow. So who hated him enough to kill him? Seeking the answer to that question plunges Kendra into the world of big business, as Mrs. Gavenston happens to run one of the largest breweries in England. And if there is one thing Kendra knows hasn't changed, it's that big business means big money . . . and money is always a motive for murder. While Kendra works to sift through the truth and lies swirling around Mr. Pascoe's life--and death--her world is rocked closer to home when a woman arrives claiming to be the Duke of Aldridge's presumably dead daughter, Charlotte. It is a distraction Kendra cannot afford, not when there is a killer lurking in the shadows who will do anything to keep the truth from being exposed. -- from book jacket.
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Hood River County Library FIC MCELWAIN (Text) 33892100705061 Adult New Books Book None 09/22/2020 Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781643134741 (hardcover)
  • ISBN: 1643134744 (hardcover)
  • Physical Description: 372 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Edition: First Pegsus books edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Pegasus Crime, 2020.

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In 1816 London, Kendra Donovan tries to track down a missing man, but also finds trouble brewing closer to home in the fifth book in Julie McElwain's riveting time-travel mystery series. When Kendra Donovan is approached by Mrs. Gavenston with an unusual request--to find her business manager, Jeremy Pascoe, who recently vanished--the FBI agent is eager to accept the challenge. To Kendra's way of thinking, spending her time locating a missing person suits her more than perfecting her embroidery, painting watercolors, practicing on the pianoforte, or any of the other activities that are socially acceptable for young ladies in the early nineteenth century. Unfortunately, the missing person's case turns into a murder investigation after Kendra finds the man stabbed to death in a remote cottage that he'd been using as a writer's retreat. Everyone who knew him says that Pascoe was a fine fellow. So who hated him enough to kill him? Seeking the answer to that question plunges Kendra into the world of big business, as Mrs. Gavenston happens to run one of the largest breweries in England. And if there is one thing Kendra knows hasn't changed, it's that big business means big money . . . and money is always a motive for murder. While Kendra works to sift through the truth and lies swirling around Mr. Pascoe's life--and death--her world is rocked closer to home when a woman arrives claiming to be the Duke of Aldridge's presumably dead daughter, Charlotte. It is a distraction Kendra cannot afford, not when there is a killer lurking in the shadows who will do anything to keep the truth from being exposed. -- from book jacket.
Subject: Donovan, Kendra (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation > Officials and employees > Fiction.
Murder > Investigation > Fiction.
Breweries > England > Fiction.
London (England) > History > 19th century > Fiction.
Genre: Time-travel fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.
Novels.

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