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A Victorian Mystery (Book 40)
Harriet Andover is strangled inside her mansion with a house full of holiday guests. Inspector Witherspoon discovers that Harriet's own husband and stepchildren are not overcome with grief and neither are most of her friends. And the room where Harriet's body was found was locked from the inside and she'd the only key in her pocket. Mrs. Jeffries and the household learn that Harriet's sister may have died from foul play as well. As the clues mount, this band of sleuths will not rest until they've delivered a stocking full of coal to a killer.