Flora’s Secret by Anita Davison

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NEW YORK 1900. A captivating historical drama on-board A1Sbt1tlIIL._UX250_the maiden voyage of the S.S. Minneapolis featuring series character Flora Maguire.

Young governess Flora Maguire is on her way home from America on the maiden voyage of the S.S. Minneapolis with her young charge Eddy, Viscount Trent, when she discovers a dead body.

Unconvinced when the death is pronounced an accident, Flora starts asking questions, but following threats, a near drowning and a second murder, the hunt is on for a killer. Time is running out as the Minneapolis approaches the English coast.

Will Flora be able to protect Eddy, as well as herself?

Is her burgeoning relationship with the handsome Bunny Harrington only a shipboard dalliance, or something more? And what secrets must Flora keep in order to stay safe?

 

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Fully Entertaining! 5startr

I love a cosy mystery, and definitely have a fondness for ones with a historical setting so it was fairly certain that I would enjoy this one. I would venture that Flora Maguire enjoys them too, as right from the very first moment that a body is discovered – by her – she questions the procedure, or rather the lack of it by the ship’s crew.

Well written, full of historical information and lots of small details of life on a cruise liner, this is such an enjoyable read! The characters are well defined, the story really well plotted and the mystery fully entertaining!

I completely adored this book, and the best bit is discovering that it’s the first in a series! I’m so looking forward to indulging in those other novels. It almost feels like Christmas – oh wait, it almost is!

My thanks to NetGalley. This is my honest, original and unbiased review.

Tags: historical, cosy mystery

Format: Kindle Edition

Print Length: 308 pages

Publisher: Aria

Publication Date: 1 October 2017

 

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