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Paternoster By Kim Fleet

Paternoster by Kim Fleet

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Now known as private investigator Eden Grey, the mysterious death of one of Eden's clients leads her into a web of corruption, murder and human trafficking, while the discovery of two centuries-old skeletons in the grounds of a wealthy Cheltenham school might be of greater relevance than she realises ...

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Paternoster: An Eden Grey Mystery by Kim Fleet

1795: With a thief-taker close on her heels, prostitute Rachel Lovett is forced to leave London and take up residence in a Cheltenham brothel. Greville House seems the perfect place to start her hunt for wealthy clientele but rumours suggest that there is more than just the usual debauchery practised there. Beneath the house, tunnels lead to the sinister Paternoster Club and Rachel must decide how far she is willing to go for the money in their pockets. Today: An undercover officer assumes a new identity when an operation goes terrifyingly wrong. Now known as private investigator Eden Grey, the mysterious death of one of Eden's clients leads her into a web of corruption, murder and human trafficking, while the discovery of two centuries-old skeletons in the grounds of a wealthy Cheltenham school might be of greater relevance than she realises ...

About Kim Fleet

Kim Fleet is the author of Featherfoot and Sacred Site and has had more than 40 short stories published in magazines in the UK and Australia.

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GOR010403550
Paternoster: An Eden Grey Mystery by Kim Fleet
Used - Like New
Paperback
The History Press Ltd
2015-06-01
304
0750963689
9780750963688
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