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Madam Sibyl's First Client

by M. Louisa Locke

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Series: Victorian San Francisco Mysteries (0.5)

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Annie Fuller peered into the mirror that hung over the washstand, trying to see if all signs of her own reddish blond hair were safely hidden away under the wig of black curls. resting uncomfortably on her head.
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This short story, a prequel to Maids of Misfortune, the first book in the Victorian San Francisco Mystery series, finds the young widow, Annie Fuller, meeting her first client as the pretend clairvoyant, Madam Sibyl. If she can’t convince this client that she can make money for him with her financial advice, she doesn’t know how she will be able to hold onto her boarding house and her precious independence.

[retrieved 3/2/2015 from Amazon.com]
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