Drury Lane Murders

Drury Lane Murders

by Sharol Louise

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Overview

Early 19th century: London's Drury Lane theatre district is the lair of the Resurrection Men, suppliers of corpses to the medical colleges.

When wealthy Lionel Furthingale's daughter disappeared 25 years ago, she was assumed dead, a traceless disembodied victim of the Resurrection Men. Furthingale has now learned from a note scribbled on a playbill that his daughter not only lived an unknown number of years, but she gave birth before dying. Detective Morgan Bateman is hired to find granddaughter Priscilla.

Morgan and his bluestocking assistant Victoria Eubank discover why the mother died, and must race to find the young woman before the Drury Lane murderer corrects the mistake.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161325636
Publisher: Northanger Abbey ecoPress
Publication date: 05/08/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 337,970
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Sharol Louise and her husband hail from the Pacific Northwest, where her psyche was born. However, her body was born in downtown Los Angeles, so it took about 25 years for the two to catch up.


As a youngster, she thought people were referring to the dictionary when they said “the good book,” as she grew up in the library, escaping through fiction on travels of romance, mystery, and adventure in foreign lands.

A former docent with Seattle Public Library, Sharol is passionate about libraries, and has visited almost 200 libraries across the U.S.


She’s been known to miss her bus stop when engrossed in a novel and wishes that her books may do the same for you.

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Drury Lane Murders 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
FranMcP More than 1 year ago
I downloaded this book to my nook and couldn’t put it down . This was a great read. Complicated mystery issues with wonderful character development and a bit of love thrown it. I strongly recommend it.