Just Released! Unseemly Fate, book 7 of the Concordia Wells Mysteries

   

It seems the new Mrs. David Bradley can’t resist a little sleuthing. She isn’t a staid matron yet….

Unseemly Fate

book 7 of the Concordia Wells Mysteries

Beware of rich men bearing gifts…

It’s the fall of 1899 and the new Mrs. David Bradley—formerly Professor Concordia Wells of Hartford Women’s College—is chafing against the hum-drum routine of domestic life.

The routine is disrupted soon enough when the long-hated but wealthy patriarch of her husband’s family, Isaiah Symond, returns to Hartford. His belated wedding gift is a rare catalogue by artist/poet William Blake, to be exhibited in the college’s antiquities gallery.

When Symond’s body is discovered in the gallery with his head bashed in and the catalogue gone, suspicion quickly turns from a hypothetical thief to the inheritors of Symond’s millions—Concordia’s own in-laws. She’s convinced of their innocence, but the alternatives are equally distressing. The gallery curator whom she’s known for years? The school’s beloved handyman?

Once again, unseemly fate propels Concordia into sleuthing, but she should know by now that unearthing bitter grudges and long-protected secrets to expose a murderer may land her in a fight for her life.

UNSEEMLY FATE is the seventh adventure in the Concordia Wells Mysteries, featuring 1890s professor-turned-amateur-sleuth Concordia Wells Bradley.

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2 thoughts on “Just Released! Unseemly Fate, book 7 of the Concordia Wells Mysteries”

  1. Patricia RickrodePatricia Rickrode

    I think the Pinterest link is wrong. I clicked on it and it took me to somebody named Agnes.

    Otherwise, I think I entered where I could.

    Patricia Rickrode
    w/a Jansen Schmidt

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