No Word From Winifred

No Word From Winifred
Author : Amanda Cross
Publisher : Pan Macmillan
Total Pages :
Release : 2018-03-22
ISBN 10 : 9781509820153
ISBN 13 : 1509820159
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

No Word From Winifred Book Description:

Amanda Cross captivates us with strong women and astounding adventure in this gripping mystery, No Word From Winifred. Literature Professor Kate Fansler is asked once again to turn her talents to private investigation when Winifred Ashby – honorary niece of Oxford scholar and novelist Charlotte Stanton – inexplicably disappears from her quiet farmhand life. Using Winifred’s journal and Charlotte’s novels as her only available sources, Kate must follow a convoluted trail through Oxford to Santa Cruz before finally untangling the secrets of Winifred’s past. But Kate's investigation reveals far more than she anticipated as sinister issues of illegitimacy and inheritance arise . . . Follow amateur sleuth Kate Fansler in this gripping murder mystery series, continuing with A Trap for Fools and The Players Come Again.


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