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Murder in the City of Liberty

A Van Buren and DeLuca Mystery, Book 2
Narrated by: Simona Chitescu-Weik
Length: 11 hrs and 23 mins
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Hamish DeLuca and Regina “Reggie” Van Buren have a new case—and this one could demand a price they’re not willing to pay.

Determined to make a life for herself, Reggie Van Buren bid goodbye to fine china and the man her parents expected her to marry and escaped to Boston. What she never expected to discover was that an unknown talent for sleuthing would develop into a business partnership with the handsome, yet shy, Hamish DeLuca.

Their latest case arrives when Errol Parker, the leading base stealer in the Boston farm leagues, hires Hamish and Reggie to investigate what the Boston police shove off as a series of harmless pranks. Errol believes these are hate crimes linked to the outbreak of war in Europe, and he’s afraid for his life. Hamish and Reggie quickly find themselves in the midst of an escalating series of crimes.

When Hamish has his careful constructed life disrupted by a figure from his past, he is driven to a decision that may sever him from Reggie forever . . . even more than her engagement to wealthy architect Vaughan Vanderlaan.

©2019 Rachel McMillan (P)2019 Thomas Nelson

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Another great book in the series

Loved it! Great continuation of this series. A must read!! Hamish & Reggie ate at it again.

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  • Dr. Martin Tn Knight
  • 07-19-19

Girly 1940’s book

Women portrayed as over emotional perhaps the author perceives women of that era were soft and prone to obsequious devotion and tear prone love
There is much emphasis on this to cover a thin plot with out lying elements not tied
The narrator was blessed with a monotonous drawl and no allocation of different voices for different characters