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Maggie Watson, the sleuth, is a widow and owner of an antiques shop. This led to the publication of the Journal of a Georgian Gentleman in 2011 – the story of his ancestor who was a hosier at One London Bridge. But she may also struggle with drug addiction and poverty, leading her to make some difficult and imperfect decisions to survive. Jenny�s brother, Edward-John, is a stuffy and weak-spined man.

Pages: 304

Publisher: Berkley (February 1, 2005)

ISBN: 0425201139

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