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A Death in the Small Hours Summary
Charles Lenox is at the pinnacle of his political career and is a delighted new father. His days of regularly investigating the crimes of Victorian London now some years behind him, he plans a trip to his uncle's estate, Somerset, in the expectation of a few calm weeks to write an important speech. When he arrives in the quiet village of Plumley, however, what greets him is a series of strange vandalisms upon the local shops: broken windows, minor thefts, threatening scrawls.
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"Starred Review. Boasting one of Finch's tightest and trickiest plots, this installment further establishes Lenox as a worthy heir to the aristocratic mantle of Lord Peter Wimsey." - Publishers Weekly
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Charles Finch Author Biography
Charles Finch is the author of seven Charles Lenox mystery novels, including the forthcoming An Old Betrayal. His first standalone novel, The Last Enchantments, about a group of students at Oxford University, will be published in January of 2014. Visit him at facebook.com/charlesfinchauthor or twitter.com/charlesfinch!
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