Grave Matters

Grave Matters

by Donna Fletcher Crow


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Lady Antonia discovers a body at the opening of the Great Exhibition, in the presence of Queen Victoria, no less. The newly married Lord and Lady Danvers put all such unpleasantness behind them, though, as they sail off in his aerostat for a secluded honeymoon in Scotland. Until the shades of grave robbers a generation earlier come back to haunt them.
"A compelling story peopled with interesting characters and vivid details drawn from impeccable research. Victorian Britain comes to life, thanks to period dialogue that rings all the right notes and a mystery that keeps you guessing until the very last page. Delightful!"
~ Liz Curtis Higgs, New York Times best-selling author of Mine Is the Night

"The historical setting is authentic and allows the reader a glimpse, without overwhelming. An enjoyable book which entertains and delights. ~ Wendy Jones, The DI Shona McKenzie Mysteries

"Donna Fletcher Crow's settings are impeccable, every detail accurate, so the reader can enjoy and be enthralled by the deliciously tangled tale she weaves... a spider-web of interlocking crimes and family secrets, all satisfactorily resolved at the end. A thoroughly delightful excursion by an accomplished storyteller." ~ Dorothy Stewart, When The Boats Come Home

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781548450991
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/28/2017
Series: Lord Danvers Investigates , #2
Pages: 270
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

Donna Fletcher Crow has always loved the Victorians. "I love their energy, their confidence, their optimism. Victorians are often criticized as being repressed and are blamed for the injustices in their society; but I see them as people who sincerely worked for good. There were many difficulties in Victorian society, but when they identified a problem they set about with enormous vigor to correct it. I hope I have portrayed those achievements in some of the novels I have set in that period."
Crow is a lifelong Anglophile, a former english teacher, and the author of 50 books, mostly novels of British history, including the award-winning Arthurian epic Glastonbury, The Novel of Christian england. She currently authors three mystery series. You can see more about her books and pictures from her research trips at

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