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The first book in the series, Murder at Mullings, was published two years ago, and I posted a brief review of it here. She is back to England with her two novels-in-progress: the love story of Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning and a novel set in Glastonbury 1537. Loreta, whose heroine was Joan of Arc, was imbued with a passion of her own. Delving into this dark underworld in search of answers might just buy Inez and Antonia a one-way ticket into unmarked grave.

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