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It's 1879, San Francisco swelters under a heat wave and Barbara Hewitt, a reserved school-teacher, uncovers a mystery with the help of a dog named Dandy. This short story is set in the gas-lit Victorian world created by Locke in her historical mystery, Maids of Misfortune. For those of you already familiar with that world, welcome back, for those who are not, welcome!… (more)
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Not really a mystery. I wished it gave a little history about Jamie's parents. ( )
  annertan | Jul 31, 2014 |
無料本たまったkindle本棚をスッキリさせようとしばし短編選んで読む事に。とりあえずわんこ活躍本Dandy Detects読了。ちょっと昔のサンフランシスコの下宿屋に集まった人達とわんこの話。ミステリーとしては予測通りの結末でした。でもってArchived Itemsへ。
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  wankorobo | Sep 20, 2011 |
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It's 1879, San Francisco swelters under a heat wave and Barbara Hewitt, a reserved school-teacher, uncovers a mystery with the help of a dog named Dandy. This short story is set in the gas-lit Victorian world created by Locke in her historical mystery, Maids of Misfortune. For those of you already familiar with that world, welcome back, for those who are not, welcome!

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In the fall of 1879 San Francisco swelters under a heat wave while Barbara Hewitt, a reserved school-teacher, uncovers a mystery with the help of her son's dog, Dandy. This short story is set in the Victorian gas-lit world of Annie Fuller and her O'Farrell Street boarding house that Locke wrote about in her historical mystery, Maids of Misfortune. For those of you already familiar with that world, welcome back. For the rest of you--welcome.
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