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A Death of No Importance

A Mystery

by Mariah Fredericks

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A Death of No Importance by Mariah Fredericks
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    Apr 2018, 288 pages
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    Mar 2019, 288 pages

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Natalie Vaynberg
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A murder mystery set in the heart of a changing turn of the century New York.

Bringing the reader deep into the intrigue and privilege of the most elite boudoirs, A Death of No Importance is a charming, fast-paced mystery set in turn-of-the century New York. Seen through the eyes and ears of an observant chamber maid, Jane Prescott, the murder of the city's most eligible bachelor shakes New York high society to its core. As Jane, determined to protect her mistress, digs deep into the shadowy corners of the most illustrious homes, she finds a mystery much more sinister than she imagined.

Whether you are a fan of mystery novels or not, A Death of No Importance is a highly engaging read. Jane is a delightful protagonist – brilliant and attentive, loyal and kind – and she finds friends and helpers everywhere she goes. She is a skillful guide to the elite homes and families she encounters. The story picks up quickly from the first page. The action is...

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