Murder on Lexington Avenue by Victoria Thompson
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When Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy is assigned to investigate the murder of an influential man in the deaf community-presumably because his own son is hearing impaired-midwife Sarah Brandt lends a hand, only to find herself searching for a killer in an unfamiliar world where those who can hear refuse to listen to those who cannot.


About Victoria Thompson

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Victoria Thompson is also the author of numerous historical novels. She lives in Pennsylvania with her family.
Published May 26, 2010 by Berkley. 339 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In Thompson’s fine 12th mystery set in turn-of-the-20th-century New York City (after 2009’s Murder on Waverly Place), Det. Sgt. Frank Malloy investigates the murder of Nehemiah Wooten, who was bludgeo

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Las Vegas Review Journal

While being interviewed, Mrs. Wooten suddenly goes into labor, and Malloy calls upon his friend, midwife Sarah Brandt, to attend the surprise delivery — made even more surprising by the fact that Mrs. Wooten was pregnant by her young lover, not the recently deceased Mr. Wooten.

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