Pilfered Promises: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery

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Publisher Description

It is November of 1880, and the future looks promising for Annie and Nate Dawson. Nate's law practice is taking off. Annie has made the transition from pretend clairvoyant to a successful financial consultant, and as a couple, they are looking forward to spending their first Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays together.

For Robert Livingston, the owner San Francisco's newest grand emporium, the holidays are shaping up to be a dismal failure if he can't figure out how to stop whoever is stealing from his department store, the Silver Strike Bazaar. When he hires the Dawsons to investigate, Annie and Nate discover that behind the doors of Livingston's "Palace of Plenty," nothing is quite what it seems.

Pilfered Promises, by USA Today bestselling author, M. Louisa Locke, is the fifth full-length historical mystery in the cozy Victorian San Francisco mystery series featuring Annie and Nate Dawson and their friends and family in the O'Farrell Street boarding house. Locke's shorter works, found in Victorian San Francisco Stories: Vol 1 and 2, and Victorian San Francisco Novellas, feature minor characters from the series.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2016
July 19
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
413
Pages
PUBLISHER
M. Louisa Locke
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
676.4
KB

Customer Reviews

i luv reading ,

Pilfered promises

Twisty Plot lines, I love the multi generational books. This book has so many happy endings it makes you want to cry with joy.

Avid Reader QC ,

I loved the characters and the story

The characters were well drawn with intriguing quirks. A nice story full of nice people - that happens to include Grand larceny and murder

lovemynewhome ,

Good read

Love the setting and the characters. Fast pleasant read.

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