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Her Highness Princess Alexandrina is forced by circumstances to make a new life for herself, and deal with new death, after the passing of her father, His Highness the Maharaja of Prindur.Jun 24 2012 | Read Full Review of The Pigeon Pie Mystery: A Novel
Near the outset of Stuartâs zany first mystery, a late Victorian historical, Princess Alexandrina of Prindur (aka Mink), the daughter of an Indian maharajah, faces eviction from her fatherâs London house after her debt-ridden parentâs death.Jun 04 2012 | Read Full Review of The Pigeon Pie Mystery: A Novel
But when the obnoxious General-Major Bagshot dies of arsenic poisoning after eating one of Pooki's pigeon pies at a picnic, Pooki is suspected of murder and Mink must find the true criminal before her loyal maid is hanged.Dec 24 2012 | Read Full Review of The Pigeon Pie Mystery: A Novel
Julia Stuart’s third novel, "The Pigeon Pie Mystery," won’t disappoint Stuart’s fans who are accustomed to her quirky characters and underlying themes of love and loyalty.Sep 03 2012 | Read Full Review of The Pigeon Pie Mystery: A Novel
It may be difficult to believe, but there still are two final residents in the remaining grace-and-favor apartments in London's Hampton Court, courtesy of the queen. And, perhaps, they still are coping with ghosts such as Queen Catherine Howard running screaming through the gallery of the palace ...Oct 12 2012 | Read Full Review of The Pigeon Pie Mystery: A Novel
She begins an investigation of her own, and discovers that Hampton Court isn't such a safe place to live after all.
With her trademark wit and charm, Julia Stuart introduces us to an outstanding cast of lovable oddballs, from the palace maze-keeper to the unconventional Lady Beatrice (who...
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