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When young cook Kat Holloway learns that the children of London's Foundling Hospital are mysteriously disappearing and one of their nurses has been murdered, she can't turn away. She enlists the help of her charming and enigmatic confidant Daniel McAdam, who has ties to Scotland Yard, and Errol Fielding, a disreputable man from Daniel’s troubled past, to bring the killer to justice. 

Their investigation takes them from the grandeur of Mayfair to the slums of the East End, during which Kat learns more about Daniel and his circumstances than she ever could have imagined.

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Great Addition to the Series!

I eagerly awaited the next book in the series to be released, and I was not disappointed. I love the characters, especially our plucky protagonist, Kat Holloway, and her love interest, the sexy and mysterious Daniel McAdams, This book didn't progress their romance as much as the previous books, but Kat did peel a few layers of mystery off, and learn more about his past and motivations than any book revealed before. I really enjoyed Anne-Marie Piazza's narration again, she is so good at differentiating voices, and accents and is very easy on the ears.

If you haven't started this series yet, I suggest you do! It's one of my favorite and I'm already impatient for the next book!

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Not the Jennifer Ashley book I was expecting.

Didn’t like anything. Boring. I couldn’t get involved with any of the characters. Listened for the first part of each chapter. Finally hit mark finished. This is disappointing as JA is one of my favorite writers

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Complex historical look at the underbelly of London

The plot is complicated but grounded through the central character of a cook. Ashley offers a Dickensian collection of characters and the parts they play in the lives of parentless children. I enjoyed it and hope for more