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Mansion and Its Murder (edition 2011)

by Robert Barnard

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Title:Mansion and Its Murder
Authors:Robert Barnard
Info:Allison & Busby (2011), Hardcover, 256 pages
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Robert Barnard has created an intriguing central figure in this 'big country house' mystery. The life of the narrator spans the end of the 19th Century and two wars. As the first female heir both to the house and the City bank, Sarah Jane Fearing is determined to step away from the privileged life of the past. ( )
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In 19th century England, a banker's daughter enters into a marriage of convenience with a landowner. He is after her money, she is after entry to the landed gentry. Niece Sarah tells who came out on top and who finished dead.

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