Annie Fuller, a young boardinghouse housekeeper and reluctant clairvoyant, met the kind, older Chinese servant Mr. Wong during her investigations into a mysterious death in Maids of Misfortune, the first book in Locke's Victorian San Francisco Mystery series. In "Mr. Wong Rights a Wrong", Annie Fuller once again turns to Mr. Wong for help in solving a puzzle that could have life or death consequences. Like her other short stories, "Dandy Detects" and "The Misses Moffet Mend a Marriage", this story offers another glimpse into Annie Fuller's world of 1880 San Francisco.
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Yes, I would listen to this again. It's a great story and Ms. Haag brings a lot of life to the characters by her narration.
I loved the historical information in the story. Annie's interaction with the characters is always fun to read.
Annie was my favorite in this story.
Yes, though I had to break it into 2 sessions.
I highly recommend M. Louisa Locke's full length books, novellas, and audible books. They are all great stories and fun to read/listen to.
engaging, informative, compelling
The detailed description of the young girl's clothes and shoes, which allowed Mr. Wong to determine the area of China she came from.
Very smooth voice, steady but not monotonous. She has a very pleasing, velvety voice that held my attention.
When the twins are reunited and it is apparent that the boy has been beaten.
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