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Followers of the series will notice in this volume some personality changes in the odd assortment of retainers who keep the infamous house at 67 Clarges Street, in London’s Mayfair, at the ready for whatever entrepreneur will rent it as a launching pad into the London social season. This time the renters are an unlikely couple, the Goodenoughs, apparently father and daughter; she a great beauty, he silent and mysterious. Their secrets eventually become known to the downstairs troupe, but the indomitable butler Rainberd rallies the support forces. When Emily Goodenough’s social gaffes and earthy winsomeness capture the ton’s most eligible bachelor, another successful season at the house comes to a close.

©1987 M.C. Beaton (P)2013 AudioGO

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The Adventuress

I loved this book and recomend it to all MC Beaton fans. I have purchased all her books and I am going on line to purchase the last book in this series so that I can listen to them one after another when my sister comes to stay.

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Fantastic series

Almost better than the Poor Relations. I love this writer, and am listening to their entire body of work