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Summary

A maritime mystery from Edward Marston, author of the bestselling Railway Detective series.

New York, 1908. Private detectives George Dillman and Genevieve Masefield plan to take a break from work upon the Cunard Line’s fleet with the offer of employment upon the Minnesota, a freighter and passenger vessel, which is bound for the Far East.

Although the pair are investigating the possibility of a smuggling operation on the route, at first all appears to be smooth sailing, but the voyage takes a dire turn when a fiery Catholic missionary is murdered and it proves to be the first in a series of crimes that plague the crossing.

Previously published under the name Conrad Allen, the Ocean Liner series sets sail for a new generation of listeners.

©2002 Conrad Allen (P)2022 Allison & Busby

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"Edward Marston is a master of his craft." (Daily Mail)

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