The Illusion of Murder

The Illusion of Murder

Book - 2011
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Two weeks into her trip, Bly is horrified to witness a fatal stabbing in Port Said and hears the dying man's last words. Despite her conviction that the victim was English, her traveling companions insist that she's mistaken. The killing may be connected with an effort to drive the British out of Egypt through acts of terror. Bly's escapades continue as she moves on to Asia and the U.S., but her reactions to what befalls her are more in keeping with an out-of-her-depth neophyte than the accomplished and independent woman who successfully faked madness to go undercover at a New York City insane asylum.
Publisher: New York : Forge, 2011
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780765322043
Branch Call Number: FICTION McC
Description: 352 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm


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n1g3l Apr 05, 2012

Love this series. Can't wait for another installment.

Jul 15, 2011

Explicit descriptions of neither sex nor deaths of criminals are necessary to the story, and ruined what otherwise was a convoluted mystery.


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