Death at Dartmoor
At Britain's most notorious prison, Lord Charles Sheridan, his clever American wife Kate, and his acquaintance Arthur Conan Doyle, must determine why one of its most infamous inmates confessed to a crime he clearly didn't commit.
“A fantasia on themes from The Hound of the Baskervilles whose focus on the Sheridans shows an altogether more lighthearted side of the moors than Doyle ever revealed.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Robin Paige’s detectives do for turn-of-the-century technology and detection what Elizabeth Peters’ Peabody and Emerson have done for Victorian Egyptology.”—Gothic Journal
“Paige has crafted another convincingly detailed Victorian mystery, sure to please fans and new readers alike.”—Publishers Weekly
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