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When the body of gentlewoman is found in a Romani caravan, and a second woman from the village of Birch Hill goes missing, Redmond and Haze must peel back the layers of lies, prejudice, and misdirection to discover who’s truly behind the crimes.

With little connection between the victims, no obvious motive, and few clues, the case is their most challenging to date. Can they solve it before the killer strikes again?

Perfect for fans of Anne Perry and C.S. Harris.

©2021 Merlin Press LLC (P)2021 Irina Shapiro

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  • 18-03-2021

Love Redmond and Haze!

The team of Redmond and Haze continues to delight! Each case to be solved leaves you guessing until the end. Irina Shapiro takes the team to many different settings and this one of the Romany brightly colored caravans was a great setting! Her sensitivity to the gypsy people was appreciated. The only problem is the books end too soon and I have to wait for the next one!!

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