Unlikely Traitors

Unlikely Traitors

by Clare Langley-Hawthorne
Unlikely Traitors

Unlikely Traitors

by Clare Langley-Hawthorne

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Overview

Ursula Marlow thought she was done with death, but when her fiancé, Lord Wrotham, is arrested on charges of treason, her world is turned upside down. It is the winter of 1913, and the British Parliament, unsettled on the question of Home Rule for Ireland, is shaken over allegations of a plot to sell naval military secrets to Kaiser's Germany and liberate Ireland from English rule. For the first time, Ursula must work together with Chief Inspector Harrison to uncover the truth about Lord Wrotham's involvement, as well as his mysterious past.

As the investigation continues, Ursula is drawn into the shadowy world of the Irish Republican Brotherhood and a web of espionage and betrayal. She must race against time to clear Lord Wrotham's name and thwart a plot that threatens not only British national security, but also her life.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781497659575
Publisher: Open Road Integrated Media LLC
Publication date: 08/12/2014
Series: Ursula Marlow Mysteries , #3
Edition description: Digital Original ed.
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Clare Langley-Hawthorne was raised in England and Australia. She was an attorney in Melbourne before moving to the United States, where she began her career as a writer. Her first novel, Consequences of Sin, featuring the Oxford graduate, heiress, and militant suffragette Ursula Marlow, was published in 2007. The second book in the series, The Serpent and the Scorpion, was published in 2008. Consequences of Sin was a San Francisco Chronicle Bay Area bestseller and a Macavity Award nominee for best historical mystery.
 
Langley-Hawthorne now lives in Denver, Colorado, with her husband, twin boys, and collie, Hamish.
 
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