A Fatal Freedom (Ursula Grandison, Book 1) by Janet Laurence

By Janet Laurence

London 1903: American Ursula Grandison is once more invovled with homicide, this time in London. As she struggles to make a dwelling in a society the place girls have few rights and little freedom, she groups up with previous good friend and personal investigator Thomas Jackman, who quickly reveals himself once more drawing on Ursula's investigative skills as they conflict to avoid wasting an blameless lady from the noose. Set opposed to a historical past of Edwardian constraints and the struggle for women's suffrage, Ursula and Jackman steadily fully grasp they're up opposed to a refined and hazardous killer who moves back earlier than they could shut the case.

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Rick asked as Ronnie greeted Courtney with a hug. “Angels,” she answered. ” “You have my full permission to beat him,” Veronica reminded her. “Nah, he’s harmless. ” “Please let me tell him she said that,” Rick looked to Veronica, who merely rolled her eyes. ” “Fascinating,” Veronica answered as truthfully as she knew how. “Not what I was expecting, but okay,” Courtney considered the description. “I have a date with a couple of dachshunds. ” Veronica agreed, watching Courtney leave before going to help Rick unload the car.

Acting purely on instinct, she swung back out, aiming as she did. She barely verified Courtney wasn’t in the line of fire before pulling the trigger. He moved with catlike reflexes and the bullet caught his shoulder instead of the bull’s-eye. He swore but still got off another shot. She returned with another of her own, blinking in shock when it found its mark. She would have expected to feel fear or revulsion or even remorse over having killed a man. Instead, she was strangely calm as she approached the body.

The Jamisons were a nice couple, if not the most riveting conversationalists. By the time Veronica could see the port at Tortola, she’d decided to fling herself into the ocean at the very next mention of a ladies’ tea or yacht gas mileage. She was eternally grateful when they arrived in Road Harbour. Tortola was vibrant and beautiful; Veronica would have liked to spend some time browsing through the brightly colored tents that made up the waterfront marketplace. As it was, she bid the Jamisons farewell and followed her husband to procure a way to the next island.

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