Bookburners continues with the team searching for a new purpose after their previous mission is rendered impossible. And in A Most Dangerous Woman, new information about Margaret’s faked death gives a glimpse of her real killer.
Everything in the Bookburners’ lives falls into two categories: Before London and After London. Before London, things were strange, sure, but After London . . . “strange” doesn’t even begin to describe it. Magic is everywhere—and the Bookburners can only be in one place at a time.
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Liam has felt . . . off since leaving the Vatican. He’s always been a man of rules, of purpose, but now he’s at loose ends. If it’s no longer the Bookburners’ mission to conceal the existence of magic, what should they do from day to day? It takes some chance encounters in Weird London for a new mission to crystallize for him. And this time, no one is going to tell him what to do.
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In Brenda Clough’s deliciously authentic sequel to Wilkie Collins’ The Woman in White, Marian Halcolmbe finds and marries her true love, Theo Camlet. But when Theo’s first wife, who everyone believed to be dead, reappears, Marian and her brother in law Walter must delve into the darkest and most dangerous corners of London to save Theo from accusations of bigamy and murder, as well as the hangman’s noose.
As Theo’s trial approaches, Marian pursues every possible lead in hopes of proving his innocence. She is keenly aware that he is losing heart every day that goes by, and that each of those days is a one that she lives without him by her side. But with her pregnancy advancing, her investigation must be curtailed—at least, according to her family.
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