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Murder in Grosvenor Square
- Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries, Book 9
- Narrated by: James Gillies
- Length: 8 hrs and 12 mins
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Captain Gabriel Lacey begins Spring 1818 preparing for a duel. But while he focuses on the affair of honor, darkness, greed, and death stalk the streets of London and bring tragedy to a family Lacey has grown close to.
With the aid of Lucius Grenville, London's most famous dandy, and Brewster, a ruffian employed by an underworld criminal, Lacey's investigation takes him from the elegant mansions of Grosvenor Square to the squalid lanes of Seven Dials, to houses that practice a highly illegal trade, spelling ruin and possible hanging for those caught within.
Lacey, once again, comes into the sphere of James Denis, a crime lord, when what appears to be a simple crime of hatred turns out to be far more complex.
Book nine of the Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries
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An instant pick me up that never fails in delighting
James Gillies reading the Captain Lacey series is just sublime! No matter how bad a week I have had, I am instantly cheered when Ashley Gardeners latest installment is released on Audible, every book is as good as the last and I relish in catching up with all the characters! I only wish they could be written and read by James on a weekly basis!
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- Amazon Customer
My first insight of Capitaine Lacey's Mysteries and, perhaps, I should have started with book 1. However, this could be a standalone book and, having listened to it I am now hooked on listening to more of them. The writing is excellent and so is narration. Highly entertaining, can definitely recommend it.
- Jayne Plenty
Murder in Grosvenor square
This book had an unusually slow start, taking so much time on the dual.
However, after this the story progressed well.
Another excellent book in the series.
- Karen Stahl
There’s a noise in the background while the book is being read I haven’t noticed this noise in the other eight books.
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