The Law and the Lady

The Law and the Lady

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Valeria Woodville in The Law and the Lady (1875) must unravel the secrets of her husband's earlier life; she takes the law into her own hands and becomes one of the first woman detectives in fiction.
Publisher: [Waiheke Island] : Floating Press, ©2010.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (652 pages)


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Jan 29, 2015

If you like Collins -- or modern legal thrillers, no-holds-barred grotesques, or intrepid women getting to the bottom of a mystery -- this is the kind of thing you will like. You may be ahead of a 19th century audience re. certain plot twists, but I defy you to predict them all. Receives the steam-punk seal of approval.

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