Series: Lord Danvers Mysteries

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A Most Inconvenient Death by Donna Fletcher Crow1
Grave Matters by Donna Fletcher Crow2
To Dust You Shall Return by Donna Fletcher Crow3
A Tincture of Murder by Donna Fletcher Crow4

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a lord danvers mystery(2) A Victorian murder mystery that's woven around a murder that really happened. Lord Charles Danvers(1) amateur detective(2) Antonia's fright increases. The case keeps pointing to the dark history of the resurrectionists(1) bluetub2(1) Book 2(1) British fiction(1) Charles begins to track clues to her death in Victorian Scotland. Meanwhile Antonia sbsorbs herself in antique shopping to shake her helplessness and discovers a figurine that belonged to the decease. This mystery suddenly has a new twist.(1) Christian(1) Christian Fiction(3) Crow(1) Danvers has doubts. As the local magistrate(1) death(1) England(3) fiction(8) Gilchrist(1) Great Britain(1) historical(1) historical fiction(1) hopes to find escape from ghosts at estate of friend Sir J Boileau. The events surrounding the coming of age of Sir John's son and heir have Norfolk astir -- until a brutal murder. The police are quick to point to a quarrlesome farmer(1) January 1855. Three years has passed since Antonia's marriage to Lord Danvers and still no heir to the earldom. For Antonia has kept a secret from Charles and while it weighs heavily on her mind(1) judithg(1) Kindle(4) kindle e-book(1) Lord Danvers(1) Moody Press(1) mystery(10) mystery/thriller(1) nlo(1) pb(1) seeing the sights and lending support to Charles' cousin(1) series(1) Sir John has an interest but is the real connection closer to home? Does Danvers owe the greater loyalty to his friend or to truth. Then enters alluring Lady Antonia Hoover. The first in series. A true crime novel - the Stanfield Hall Murders(1) the grave robbers who sold bodies to anatomy professors.(1) The Lord Danvers Mysteries(1) the prime suspect in the murder. As the mystery unfolds(1) they stumble upon a mystery. Elderly Catherine Bacon has been murdered and though the slaying is blamed on a traveling "dustman"(1) to-read(4) true crime(1) Victorian(1)


  1. When the Sandpiper Calls by Peggy Darty (2005)
  2. Death Stalks a Holiday by Gary E. Parker (1996)
  3. Guilt by Association by Gilbert Morris (1991)
  4. The Blue Moon (Mysteries of Sparrow Island #5) by Lorena McCourtney (2005)
  5. The Castle of Dreams by Donna Fletcher Crow (1992)
  6. All Things New by Donna Fletcher Crow (1997)
  7. Kathryn: Days of Struggle and Triumph by Donna Fletcher Crow (1992)
  8. Rhineland Inheritance (Rendezvous With Destiny, Book 1) by T. Davis Bunn (1993)
  9. The Stranger's Wife by Hilda Stahl (1992)
  10. The Covenant by Hilda Stahl (1990)
  11. Island of the Innocent by Lynn Morris (1998)
  12. A Shred of Evidence by Kathy Herman (2005)
  13. The Wicked Step-Twister (Church Choir Mysteries #1) by Sandy Dengler (2000)
  14. The Shining Light by Ruth Vogt Glover (1994)
  15. Winter Palace by T. Davis Bunn (1993)

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