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The Bricklayer's Helper

by Amy Corwin

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This is another book in the "Second Son Inquiry Agency" series.
A young girl successfully disguises herself as a man and works as a bricklayer, becoming an integral part of her employer's business.
They come to London to do some work and she's contacted by someone from her past. The person is killed and she hires someone to look into it.
This book is rather annoying as "Sam" constantly puts herself unnecessarily into danger for no good reason and the situations she gets into are just plain silly.
Not wonderful. ( )
  quiBee | Jan 21, 2016 |
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Masquerades can lead to love...or murder. Sarah has masqueraded as Sam, a bricklayer's helper, for years. But her past catches up with her in London. A thirteen year-old fire, deliberately set to murder her family, is smoldering, and the killer intends to ensure there are no survivors. Desperate, Sam turns to the renowned Second Sons agency for help. Inquiry agent, William Trenchard, is both troubled and fascinated by Sam, and immediately suspects "he" is a "she." Unfortunately, before William can discover what lies beneath the brick dust and sun-bleached hair, they are plunged into a maelstrom of deceit and murder.  [product description retrieved from Amazon, 10/10/2011]
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