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The Fatal Fashione Mass Market Paperback – 28 November 2006

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  • Publisher : St Martins Pr; Reprint edition (28 November 2006)
  • Language : English
  • Mass Market Paperback : 304 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0312941935
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0312941932
  • Dimensions : 10.8 x 2.15 x 17.02 cm
  • Customer Reviews:
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Someone in the Queen's Court has a deadly sense of style. . . .

In 1566, Elizabeth Tudor faces tremendous opposition from Parliament for ruling England without the help of a husband. Instead, she turns to her Privy Plot Council for help, only to discover from her royal herbalist that a woman has drowned in a tub of starch. Soon another garment worker meets the same rigid fate. Elizabeth becomes unbending in her attempts to solve the murders, as well as iron out the problems of her kingdom. But with her list of suspects growing—and firm evidence pointing to those she trusts the most—Elizabeth must hang the murderer out to dry or risk losing her reign… or her life.

"Harper is Tudor England's answer to V.I. Warshawski."
—Publishers Weekly

"[A] thrilling blend of historical detail and intriguing mystery. [Harper's] Queen Elizabeth I possesses the fine detective's instinct of Sherlock Holmes."
—Lisa Gardner, author of The Other Daughter

"Historical-mystery lovers…should rejoice at [Harper's] latest installment."
—Booklist

About the Author

KAREN HARPER is the author of seven previous Elizabeth I mysteries, The Poyson Garden, The Tidal Poole, The Twylight Tower, The Queen's Cure, The Thorne Maze, The Queene's Christmas, and The Fyre Mirror. She also writes bestselling contemporary suspense novels. Karen lives in Columbus, Ohio, and Naples, Florida.

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