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Maggie Macleod was weary of life with a soul sickness that ate into every fiber of her being. In a mad way, it did not seem strange to her that she should be on her way to the high court to stand trial for the murder of her husband. Her marriage seemed to have been one long, dreary desert lit by flares of cruelty. But Maggie is innocent in the matter of her beastly husband's death, and she resolves to answer the question that plagues her: Who did murder the man?

Marion Chesney brings Regency England vividly to life in this tale of murder and romance.

©1984 Marion Chesney (P)2014 Blackstone Audiobooks

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Great story!

Love Beaton’s stories! And this one with its mystery element does not disappoint.

The narrator needs some help with pronunciation of some words, especially “quay” as “key” and not “kway.”

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Ugh! It's KEY not KWAY woman! The reader is awfu!

Again this Charlotte Dore is a terrible reader! But the story and characters are formulaic fun

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damn

A lot of twist and turns. Along with the normal whiny school love story MC Beaton always does. Funny thing the killer is the maid. lol