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A Burial at Sea

A Charles Lenox Mystery

by Charles Finch

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A Burial at Sea by Charles Finch
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  • Published in USA  Nov 2011
    320 pages
    Genre: Mysteries

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A burial at Sea by Charles Finch
Once again Charles Lennox finds himself solving a murder, or rather two murders. This time on the ship Lucy, en-route to Egypt. Love these atmospheric understated mysteries and in this one we learn quite a bit about the lives of sailors, the dangers and the camaraderie as well as the political dangers of the time. Mid 1870's and relations were extremely stressful between France and England with both sides spying on the other and it is this time period that is covered in this entertaining mystery.
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