Halloween Bingo 2019: Fourth Extra Square – Genre: Mystery

I haven’t finished Sara Collins’s The Confessions of Frannie Langton yet, but this came in the mail just recently, and I’ve been curious about it ever since I listened to the full cast adaptation of one of these stories as part of the BBC’s The Lady Detectives compilation, which was my audiobook for the “Read by Flashlight or Candle Light” square.  And so far, it’s a pleasure to meet Miss Loveday Brooke … (whose appearance is actually the polar opposite to what is suggested on the book cover).  Tigus, I think you might enjoy this one!

 

 

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