In Regency England, Beau Brummell stood at the forefront of genteel Society-and, against all expectations, in the middle of a murder mystery. Excellent. ( Publishers Weekly ) Delightful. (Dean James) Simply inspired. ( Mystery Reader )
When the Countess of Wrayburn is poisoned and her paid companion becomes the prime suspect in the scandalous killing, Regency England's arbiter of fashion, Beau Brummell, turns amateur sleuth to investigate and discovers that there is more.
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