Whisper of Death (Blue Satan And Mrs. Kean, #6) by Patricia Wynn

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Whisper of Death (Blue Satan And Mrs. Kean, #6) Read Online Free - In this sixth volume in the Blue Satan mystery series, Hester Kean overhears a mysterious threat while touring the gallery in the dome of London’s St. Paul's Cathedral. Later, learning that whispers can travel across the vast space—and believing the threat to be real—she takes note of the gentlemen in the gallery that day. The most likely suspect is Lord Wragby, the son of a powerful marquess, who spouts Jacobite sympathies and mercilessly pursues Hester's cousin Mary, in spite of being married. When Lord Wragby is murdered, Mary's lover James Henry is implicated, and Hester must work with the highwayman Blue Satan to clear him. The problem is that St. Mars (alias Blue Satan) has gone abroad after Hester failed to appear for their elopement. When he returns to claim her, this time neither will let anything separate them again.



Title : Whisper of Death (Blue Satan And Mrs. Kean, #6)
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ISBN : 1935421085
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 351 pages


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LJ rated it ★★★★☆

January 05, 2018

First Sentence: After rounding another turn in the wide stone staircase, Hester Kean peered up and gasped with relief. Hester Kean and her cousin Mary, who is being pursued by the repugnant Lord Wragby, are touring the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral, with Hester learning about the dome’s remarkable...


Jane rated it ★★★★★

January 08, 2018

Excellent! This story is set in the fall of 1716 through the spring of 1717. England is still recovering from the Jacobite Rebellion in 1715; Jacobites remain imprisoned, awaiting trial. But King George feels safe enough to leave England and attend to his duties as Elector of Hanover, leaving the...


J. rated it ★★☆☆☆

November 09, 2017

In October 1716, Hester Kean and her cousin Mary are touring St. Paul’s Cathedral when Hester overhears a dangerous threat, “I shall kill him with my bare hands.” The architectural design of the cathedral’s dome causes words said on one side of the room to travel to the other, even when whispered...





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