Silent in the GraveBook - 2007
Prepared to accept that Edward's death was due to a long-standing physical infirmity, Julia is outraged when Brisbane visits and suggests that Sir Edward has been murdered. It is a reaction she comes to regret when she discovers the damning paper for herself, and realizes the truth.
Determined to bring her husband's murderer to justice, Julia engages the enigmatic Brisbane to help her investigate Edward's demise. Dismissing his warnings that the investigation will be difficult, if not impossible, Julia presses forward, following a trail of clues that lead her to even more unpleasant truths, and ever closer to a killer who waits expectantly for her arrival.
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If you were a man, your ladyship, I would cordially horsewhip you for that remark.
Those are facts. Are they the truth? No, for they do not tell you of the heart, and that is where truth lives.
After a moment, he turned sharply to me. 'Are you quite all right?'
'Yes, perfectly. Why do you ask?'
'Because I have just called you contrary and you did not bother to contradict me. I thought you might be ill.
To say that I met Nicholas Brisbane over my husband's dead body is not entirely accurate. Edward, it should be noted, was still twitching upon the floor.
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Lady Julia Grey loses her young husband to hereditary heart complications...or so she thinks. She soon discovers anonymous and threatening letters had been sent to her husband just before he died, and the more questions she asks, the fewer answers she finds. In order to uncover the truth she employs a mysterious agent, Nicholas Brisbane, to help her piece this mystery together. They manage to consistently infuriate each other while creating fantastic sexual tension. A fantastic read!
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