“Redmond deftly transforms a young Charles Dickens and his future wife, Kate Hogarth, into Victorian sleuths in this first installment of a new series. With meticulous attention to historical details and the known elements of Dickens’s life, A Tale of Two Murders unfolds a complex mystery that cunningly explores how Dickens might have been inspired to write the plot of his most well-known book, A Tale of Two Cities. Sharp, incisive, and delightfully twisty. I’m sure I won’t be the only reader exclaiming, ‘What the Dickens?!’” – Anna Lee Huber, bestselling author of the Lady Darby Mysteries
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I absolutely loved The Marquess of Cake. It is now one of my favorite books. I loved how Alys helped Michael with his little cake problem. These characters were so original and fresh and I just loved them both. I am looking forward to reading more of the series. Great book!! I would go on but it would take some of the twists and turns out of the book. Thank you for such a lovely couple!
Thank you so much for your kind words, Vicki! I hope you like the rest of the series.
I absolutely enjoyed The Marquess of Cake. It was refreshing and entertaining.
Thank you so much, Joyce! I’m glad you enjoyed the novel.
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I’ve highly enjoyed your Dickens mysteries; I’ve pre-ordered the next one and am highly anticipating it! Your character development is terrific! Charles is intelligent, but I like how you have made him just as dependent on his moxie and the contributions of his friends to solve the case! Best wishes on continued success.
Thank you so much, Robert! I hope you like The Pickwick Murders just as much as the first three.
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Just finished reading the first three books in the Dickens series. Well thought out with great characters. The study guide asked who had grown the most as a character? Over your 3 books I think that honor goes to Julie.
I’m glad you are enjoying the series, Mike! Just wait until you see what happens in the Julie story in A Twist of Murder. I had fun with her in that one.