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Scotland, 1830.Lady Kiera Darby is no stranger to intrigue-in fact, it seems to follow wherever she goes. After her foray into murder investigation, Kiera must journey to Edinburgh with her family so that her pregnant sister can be close to proper medical care.

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Anna Lee Huber is the RITA and Daphne award-nominated author of the Lady Darby Mysteries, including As Death Draws Near, A Study in Death, A Grave Matter, Mortal Arts, and The Anatomist's Wife. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, where she majored in music and minored in psychology. She currently resides in Indiana with her family and is hard at work on the next Lady Darby novel.

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Praise for the Lady Darby Mysteries

"[A] history mystery in fine Victorian style! Anna Lee Huber's spirited debut mixes classic country house mystery with a liberal dash of historical romance."--New York Times bestselling author Julia Spencer-Fleming "Riveting...Huber deftly weaves together an original premise, an enigmatic heroine, and a compelling Highland setting."--New York Times bestselling author Deanna Raybourn "[A] fascinating heroine...A thoroughly enjoyable read!"--National bestselling author Victoria Thompson "[A] clever heroine with a shocking past and a talent for detection."--National bestselling author Carol K. Carr "Reads like a cross between a gothic novel and a mystery with a decidedly unusual heroine."--Kirkus Reviews "Huber deftly evokes both [Sebastian and Kiera's] attraction and the period's flavor."--Publishers Weekly "[Huber] designs her heroine as a woman who straddles the line between eighteenth-century behavior and twenty-first-century independence."--New York Journal of Books "[A] must read...One of those rare books that will both shock and please."--Fresh Fiction "Fascinates with its compelling heroine who forges her own way in a society that frowns upon female independence."--RT Book Reviews "One of the best historical mysteries that I have read this year."--Cozy Mystery Book Reviews

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