Murder at Rough Point (A Gilded Newport Mystery) by Alyssa Maxwell [Ebook]

Murder at Rough Point (A Gilded Newport Mystery)Author: Alyssa Maxwell
Title: Murder at Rough Point (A Gilded Newport Mystery)
Print Length: 304
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch
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In glittering Newport, Rhode Island, status is everything. But despite being a poorer relation to the venerable Vanderbilts, Emma Cross has shaped her own identityas a reporter and a sleuth.As the nineteenth century draws to a close, Fancies and Fashion reporter Emma Cross is sent by the Newport Observer to cover an elite house party at Rough Point, a cottage owned by her distant cousin Frederick Vanderbilt that has been rented as an artist retreat. To her surprise, the illustrious guests include her estranged Bohemian parentsrecently returned from Europeas well as a variety of notable artists, including author Edith Wharton.But when one of the artists is discovered dead at the bottom of a cliff, Rough Point becomes anything but a house of mirth. After a second murder, no one is above suspicionincluding Emmas parents. As Newport police detective Jesse Whyte searches for a killer, Emma tries to draw her own conclusionswith the help of Mrs. Wharton. But with so many sketchy suspects, shell need to canvas the crime scenes carefully, before the cunning culprit takes her out of the picture next . . .Praise for Alyssa Maxwell and her Gilded Newport MysteriesAnother entertaining entry in this cozy series. Library Journal on Murder at BeechwoodMaxwells second entry has a credible mystery, solved by a female detective whos likeable. Kirkus Reviews on Murder at Marble House

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