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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Murder: A Revolutionary War Mystery (Hardback)
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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Murder: A Revolutionary War Mystery (Hardback)

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Hardback 320 Pages / Published: 18/01/2004
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A tavernmistress in 1777 unravels a puzzle that involves stolen diplomatic letters, spies and avaricious traitors, while trying to find the killer of an overnight guest.

Publisher: Bridge Works Publishing Co ,U.S.
ISBN: 9781882593781
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 476 g
Dimensions: 221 x 165 x 23 mm


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Ms. Swee has created a formidable heroine in Abigail, who has both the courage and the intelligence to pursue her investigation to its locial ends. She is one of the most attractive and enterprising detectives to date in the genre of historical mysteries. * The Dallas Morning News *
Engaging first novel...[that] should draw an army of historical mystery fans...Promises to be a fine series. * Publishers Weekly *
Entertaining...Swee evokes the bitterness of a Northern winter during a time of great turmoil and danger when everyone is suspect and conflicting loyalties can turn a world upside down. A very credible debut. * The Tampa Tribune *
Deft..Solid work in a debut better than the cutesy title suggests. * Booklist *
The solution is staisfying, the chracters interesting, and the intrigue-laced lot...is wekk conceived. * Home News Tribune *
A fine, tense portrait of the times...[with] an appealing, intelligent heroine. * Portsmouth Herald Sunday *
Authentically detailed whodunit [and] feisty heroine. * Lima News *
The details and manners are accurate...Thos of us who love this period rejoice that an author chooses it for a good mystery. * Historical Novel Society *
This is an impressive debut. An imaginative plot, compelling central character, and lucid prose should place it in the top ranks of the year's best historical mysteries. Bravo, Ms. Swee! -- Miriam Grace Monfredo, Author of the Seneca Falls Historical Mystery Series and, most recently Sisters of Cain, Brothers of Cain and Children
In tavernmistress Abigail Lawerence, karen Swee creates a heroine as warm and piquant as mulled wine. But watch out-she packs a wallop! -- Ann McMillan, Author of Civil Blood, Death March
Karen Swee has created a perfect blend of history and mystery! The American Revolution has never seemed so personal oor entertaining. Abigail, Mistress of Raritan Tavern, is such an endearing character, readers are sure to demand encores. -- Robin Hathaway, Author of Scarecrow, The Doctor and The Dead Man's Chest and others.
I liked this story. Read it. -- Jonathan Gash, Author of Lovejoy Mysteries Series (also a TV series), Bone Dancing, The Possessions of a Lady and others

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