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Ask Miss Mott Kindle Edition
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Lucie Mott must solve ten cases, including finding a missing woman locked in her own house and recognizing that an apparently philandering husband was actually out thieving! Add to this her romance with a supposed criminal known as Violet Joe with whom she immediately falls in love.
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My Favorite.........29 July 1998 - Published on Amazon.com
I absolutley adore this book. I have the 1935 version and althougth it's pages are yellow and bent, and the cover is tattered and falling apart, at least twice a year I sit up until the odd hours of morning, devouring it's pages as the clocks hands roll by. It is the story of one young woman's bravery which suddenly shines when her 'Dear Abby" colum becomes an important tool for a dangerous game of cat and mouse between two of the biggest gang leaders of crime- one of which falls in love with her and the other set out to kill her uncle-Scotland Yard's Chief of Police. . Set in London, England during the early 1920's, this book takes it's readers on a journey of mystery and romance- where each new chapter holds a new problem yet to be solved and the charectars seem so real that they soon become old friends. If your looking for a great book, search no farther and enjoy E. Phillip Oppenheim's wonderfully crafted- ASK MS MOTT.
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