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Publisher Description

Three Exciting and thrilling stories which follow the Victorian Detective, Rudyard Bloodstone.

Silk:

It is the time of Jack the Ripper, the widowed Queen Victoria sits on the throne of England. The whole of London is on edge wondering when or where Jack will kill next. The Palace, Parliament, and the press are demanding the police do more to find him. In another part of London, rough-around-the-edges war hero, Metropolitan Detective Inspector Rudyard Bloodstone has his own serial killer to find. Inter departmental rivalries, politics, and little evidence to go on hamper the investigation at every turn. In a battle of wills, Bloodstone presses forward following his instincts in spite of the obstacles.

Snifter of Death:

The summer of 1889 was proving to be a strange one for Detective Inspector Rudyard Bloodstone and his partner. They had a sexual pervert loose terrifying women. Far more serious were the murders of influential me, which appeared random with little in common other than they were all killed by arsenic poisoning. Never had Bloodstone and his partner had cases with so little evidence. On top of working the difficult murders, Rudyard has a new lady who captured his heart....an clever, beautiful, and talented lady with a scandalous past.

Choosing Heart or Home:

The widowed Queen Victoria reigns over an empire on which "the sun never sets." London is bright with holiday decorations. Detective Rudyard Bloodstone has grown homesick for his Wales and his family there. He makes plans to see his parents and thinks it is the perfect time to introduce Honeysuckle Flowers, the lovely actress he adores. Once home, nothing goes as he envisioned. His mother disapproves of Honeysuckle's profession and tells Rudyard he is welcome but not his lady. He must choose between the woman who owns his heart and home and the family he loves

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2019
February 21
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
820
Pages
PUBLISHER
Books to Go Now
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
936.3
KB

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