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Through a Gold Eagle (1996)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0425158985, Mass Market Paperback)Like her librarian heroine Glynis Tryon, Miriam Grace Monfredo must be a voracious polymath, interested in everything from high fashion to the work involved in making fake bills and coins. Both subjects play important roles in her fourth book, another historical mystery set in the upstate New York town of Seneca Falls, this time in 1859. But even though her story is full almost to the point of bursting with issues such as slavery and women's rights and real characters such as Abraham Lincoln and abolitionist John Brown, Monfredo also manages to keep us interested in her fictional creations as they deal with their daily lives against the canvas of history. Other books in this rewarding series available in paperback are Seneca Falls Inheritance, North Star Conspiracy, and Blackwater Spirits.
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In 1850s Seneca Falls, librarian Glynis Tryon investigates murder and the counterfeiting of money. The case is linked to the financing of suffragette and abolitionist movements.
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