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ISBN:
9781846972430
Categories
Historical Fiction
Imprint
Polygon
Publication Date
07 March 2013
Format
Hardback (also available as an eBook)
Status
In Stock
Publisher
Birlinn Limited
Extent
256

London Calling

A Mirabelle Bevan Mystery
by Sara Sheridan - Find out more about the author

                                     

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‘Mirabelle has a dogged tenacity to rival Poirot’ – Sunday Herald

‘I was gripped from start to finish’ – Newbooks magazine

‘Unfailingly stylish, undeniably smart’ – Daily Record

‘A crime force to be reckoned with’ – Good Reads

‘Plenty of colour and action, will engage the reader from the first page to the last. Highly recommended’ – Bookbag

'A gripping, stylish narrative that helps reclaim the "cosy" murder mystery by consciously including the more uncomfortable aspects of society that it has always embodied under the surface' – Dundee University Review of the Arts

'Atmospheric, fast paced and rich in detail of 1950s Brighton you can almost hear the jazz music and clinking of the cocktail glasses… A perfect book for all fans of a good old fashioned crime mystery' – Julie, Waterstones Lancaster

1952, London. When eighteen-year-old debutante Rose Bellamy Gore goes missing in a seedy Soho jazz club the prime suspect is young sax
player, Lindon Claremont. Lindon hightails it to Brighton to seek the help of his childhood friend, Vesta, who works with ex-Secret Service Mirabelle
Bevan. When Lindon is taken into custody the two women dive into London’s underworld of smoky night clubs, fast cars and lethal cocktails to
establish the truth.

Sara Sheridan writes fiction for adults and children. Previous recent novels include The Secret Mandarin (2009) and Secret of the Sands (2011),
both published by HarperCollins. She studied English Literature at Trinity College, Dublin. Sara sits on the committee of the Society of Authors in
Scotland and was Project Manager for the 26 Treasures Project in Scotland 2011.