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The innocents

Summary: "The Variety Palace Music Hall is in trouble, due in no small part to a gruesome spate of murders that unfolded around it a few months previously. Between writing, managing the music hall and trying to dissuade her boss from installing a water tank in the building, Minnie Ward has her hands full. Her complicated relationship with detective Albert Easterbrook doesn't even bear thinking about. But when a new string of murders tears through London, Minnie and Albert are thrown together once more. Strangely, the crimes seem to link back to a tragedy that took place fourteen years ago, leaving 183 children dead. And given that the incident touched so many people's lives, everyone is a suspect . . ."--Amazon.

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  • ISBN: 1913547523
  • ISBN: 9781913547523 (paperback)
  • Physical Description: 275 pages ; 22 cm.
    print
  • Publisher: London : Gallic Books, 2024.
Subject: Murder Investigation Fiction
Music-halls Fiction
London (England) History 1800-1950 Fiction
Genre: Historical fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Kenton County.

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Covington Branch M WALSH B (Text) 33126026056881 New Adult Fiction Available -

  • Baker & Taylor
    "The Variety Palace Music Hall is in trouble, due in no small part to a gruesome spate of murders that unfolded around it a few months previously. Between writing, managing the music hall and trying to dissuade her boss from installing a water tank in the building, Minnie Ward has her hands full. Her complicated relationship with detective Albert Easterbrook doesn't even bear thinking about. But when a new string of murders tears through London, Minnie and Albert are thrown together once more. Strangely, the crimes seem to link back to a tragedy that took place fourteen years ago, leaving 183 children dead. And given that the incident touched so many people's lives, everyone is a suspect . . ."--
  • Perseus Publishing

    'Historical crime fiction at its most beguiling' Financial Times

    'Not to be missed' SJ Bennett

    In the hotly anticipated follow-up to The Tumbling Girl, Minnie and Albert take on a new crime-solving quest in the world of a Victorian music hall.

    The Variety Palace Music Hall is in trouble, due in no small part to a gruesome spate of murders that unfolded around it a few months previously. 

    Between writing, managing the music hall and trying to dissuade her boss from installing a water tank in the building, Minnie Ward has her hands full. Her complicated relationship with detective Albert Easterbrook doesn’t even bear thinking about. 

    But when a new string of murders tears through London, Minnie and Albert are thrown together once more. Strangely, the crimes seem to link back to a tragedy that took place fourteen years ago, leaving 183 children dead. 

    And given that the incident touched so many people’s lives, everyone is a suspect . . .


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