Seneca Falls Inheritance ePub download
by Miriam Grace Monfredo
- ISBN: 0312070829
- ISBN13: 978-0312070823
- ePub: 1187 kb | FB2: 1859 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
- Publisher: St Martins Pr; 1st edition (April 1, 1992)
- Pages: 259
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 664
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I bought the second book in Miriam Monfredo's Seneca Falls Series about two minutes after finishing this first one - Seneca Falls Inheritance.
I bought the second book in Miriam Monfredo's Seneca Falls Series about two minutes after finishing this first one - Seneca Falls Inheritance. I anticipate many days of enjoyment reading through her book list, pausing frequently to savor her elegant sentences. If you like mysteries, historical novels, accurate portrayal of other times, characters who could step off the page to be your friend or neighbor, you will enjoy reading Seneca Falls Inheritance.
Seneca Falls Inheritance. Book in the Glynis Tryon Series). by Miriam Grace Monfredo.
Glynis Tryon, busily cataloguing the books that Friedrich Steicher bequeathed to the Seneca Falls library, politely refuses a stranger's request to handle the Steicher family Bible (included by mistake) and then directs the woman to th. . by. Miriam Grace Monfredo. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Seneca Falls Inheritance book. From Publishers Weekly In her historically authentic and cleverly entertaining first novel, Monfredo skillfully meshes life in Seneca Falls, . immediately before the First Women's Rights Convention in 1848 with a page-turning suspense story. Charming spinster librarian Glynis Tryon, like her fellow townspeople, is shocked by the sudden deaths of wealthy Friedrich Steicher and his wife, but she is more surprised by the appearance of a woman who says she is the daughter Steicher never knew. Before the woman can prove her allegation, however, she is murdered.
by Miriam Grace Monfredo. Books related to Seneca Falls Inheritance. Although suspicion falls heavily on Friedrich's only son, Karl, he denies the woman was his sister, even when her husband comes to town to lay a claim on the estate. Other Books You Might Like.
Miriam Grace Monfredo. As the Civil War begins in 1861, Glynis Tryon, Seneca Falls, New York, librarian and amateur sleuth, meets a woman seeking her lost daughter. Meanwhile, Glynis' cousin Emma fears losing her independence in marriage, and a rich Seneca Falls merchant is brutally murdered. When the lost girl becomes the prime suspect in the merchant's murder, Glynis joins forces with her niece, treasury agent Bronwen Llyr, and Constable Cullen Stuart to find the real killer.