Barney Carmichael

2 books in series
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Getting Away with Murder Publisher's Summary

In 1913 suffragette Ameline Stroud-Sinclair and her husband disappear from their South London home under mysterious circumstances. The scene shifts to 1958, where Barney Carmichael, a former juggler turned private detective, is hired by Ameline's sister to find her.

As the story unfolds between the two decades, we follow the fortunes of an unprincipled parlor maid, an unemployed alcoholic cook and a mysterious gentleman known only as Bob, all of whom are in some way linked to Ameline's fate. Added into the mix is the ex-juggler's schizophrenic, knife-wielding wife, but what part does she play in Ameline's story?

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  • Book 1

    • Getting Away with Murder

    • By: Pat Herbert
    • Narrated by: Karl R. Hart
    • Length: 7 hrs and 32 mins
    • Unabridged
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    In 1913 suffragette Ameline Stroud-Sinclair and her husband disappear from their South London home under mysterious circumstances. The scene shifts to 1958, where Barney Carmichael, a former juggler turned private detective, is hired by Ameline's sister to find her.

    Regular price: $19.95

  • Book 2

    • The Murder in Weeping Lane

    • By: Pat Herbert
    • Narrated by: Karl R. Hart
    • Length: 7 hrs and 5 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Once again, we are in the cozy, but slightly scary, world of private eye Barney Carmichael. It is 1959 and into his life comes a new client, Brian Amory, who claims he is being followed wherever he goes. Meanwhile, in a quiet leafy street in a north London suburb, a woman is done to death in her own hallway and the police are baffled.

    Regular price: $19.95