Angel Condemned

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Representing her Aunt Cissy's fiancé, museum curator Prosper White, in a case of fraud, attorney and celestial advocate Brianna Winston- Beaufort hopes to settle the matter out of court. But when Prosper is murdered and Cissy's arrested for the crime, Bree will have to solve the mystery of the Cross of Justinian-an artifact of interest in both Prosper's lawsuit and Bree's celestial case-to clear her aunt's name...
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Representing her Aunt Cissy's fiancé, museum curator Prosper White, in a case of fraud, attorney and celestial advocate Brianna Winston- Beaufort hopes to settle the matter out of court. But when Prosper is murdered and Cissy's arrested for the crime, Bree will have to solve the mystery of the Cross of Justinian-an artifact of interest in both Prosper's lawsuit and Bree's celestial case-to clear her aunt's name...
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425244623
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/1/2011
  • Series: A Beaufort & Company Mystery Series , #5
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 641,135
  • Product dimensions: 4.28 (w) x 6.78 (h) x 0.83 (d)

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  • Posted January 31, 2012

    Inconsistencies

    This book is like the three before it; delightful and a great afternoon's reading pleasure. However, I have noticed a few inconsistencies with the other three--namely, in this book, her main adversarial law firm is listed as Marbury, Stubblefield rather than Stubblefield, Marwick (?) also, the Angelus office address is listed as 66 Angelus rather than 666 Angelus...editing a little lax? I was only into the book one chapter when I saw the differences; I hope I don't find many more--I truly enjoy this series, but it needs to be a little tighter...

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  • Posted September 13, 2011

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    Very entertaining

    Brianna Winston is a lawyer and advocate at the Celestial Court. She has power to defend her spirit clients at hearings that will determine eternal sentencing. Her legal team consists of a cadre of dedicated angels who will do whatever she needs within the strict boundaries of celestial law.

    Bree is working a secular mundane case representing her Aunt Cissy's fiancé museum curator Prosper White in a fraud suit. At an exhibit at the museum, Prosper is killed with a knife belonging to Cissy. Other evidence points to her as the killer too. She is arrested, but quickly exonerated with new information surfaces. The new suspect is linked to a person appealing a Celestial Court ruling. The attorney digs deep at the archeological excavation of the Cross of Justinian which took place decades ago because it connects her two cases in the Georgia and Celestial Courts.

    The latest Beaufort & Company legal thriller (see Avenging Angels and Angel's Advocate) is filled with helping angels and creatures who blinded by the light turned from the heavenly glow. The intrepid heroine deals with nasty demons, haughty nephilim and evil with aplomb as if that is an everyday occurrence. She anchors the whimsical paranormal tale with solid footing in two realms, but then again she has friends in high places.

    Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2014

    it's a fun series. I've read all 5 books (which one was last?)-

    it's a fun series. I've read all 5 books (which one was last?)---I keep looking for another!!

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  • Posted April 26, 2012

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    In this novel, Brianna’s Aunt Cissy wants her to represent

    In this novel, Brianna’s Aunt Cissy wants her to represent her fiance in a lawsuit regarding a magazine. This case is anything but simple, when the fiance is murdered with Aunt Cissy’s kitchen knife. Then an old artifact surfaces with a soul condemned to spend eternity in hell. Brianna has been burning the wick at both ends, and these two cases may be more then she can handle. The tale that unfolds is interesting with twists and turns.

    The characters in Stanton’s novel are delightfully southern and each unique. I always enjoy their interactions. Brianna’s family would give me a headache with their meddling ways, but they love Brianna. Stanton does a wonderful job of describing Savannah and the buildings there. The celestial court, Brianna's role and the cases are all fascinating and Stanton's attention to detail is appreciated.

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  • Posted December 18, 2011

    Another Great Book!

    Mary Stantons' Beaufort and Company books are a wonderful mystery series. She gives you the feeling of hope in this series. I would recommend this series for book clubs because of the different aspects of the story. The discussions could be wild!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2011

    Great read!

    Mary Stanton once again comes in with a great book on her Beaufort and Company Mystery series. I enjoyed it immensely and can't wait for the next one.

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