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Victorian San Francisco Stories
     

Victorian San Francisco Stories

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by M. Louisa Locke
 

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This book is a collection of four short stories from the Victorian San Francisco Mystery series. Madam Sibyl’s First Client was written specifically for this collection and it finds Annie Fuller, the young widowed boarding house keeper, just starting her career as a pretend clairvoyant. In Dandy Detects, the Boston terrier that lives in

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This book is a collection of four short stories from the Victorian San Francisco Mystery series. Madam Sibyl’s First Client was written specifically for this collection and it finds Annie Fuller, the young widowed boarding house keeper, just starting her career as a pretend clairvoyant. In Dandy Detects, the Boston terrier that lives in Annie Fuller’s boarding house helps uncover a crime, and in The Misses Moffet Mend a Marriage, two elderly boarders use their dressmaking skills to avert a domestic tragedy. Finally, in Mr. Wong Rights a Wrong, a Chinese manservant from the first mystery in the series, Maids of Misfortune, makes another appearance and helps Annie Fuller solve a serious problem. As a bonus, there is an essay, Historical Tidbits, which provides insight into the historical research that went into these stories.

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BN ID:
2940151664417
Publisher:
M. Louisa Locke
Publication date:
12/11/2014
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
88,497
File size:
305 KB

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Victorian San Francisco Stories 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is all part of a series...read Maids of Misfortune first. This is another enjoyable quick read. The author did her historical research for these stories which makes them believable. You really get drawn in and forget this is fiction.