The Mitford trial / Jessica Fellowes.
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- ISBN: 9781250316837
- ISBN: 1250316839
- Physical Description: 360 pages ; 25 cm
- Edition: First U.S. edition.
- Publisher: New York : Minotaur Books, 2021.
- Copyright: ℗♭2020
Sequel to: The Mitford scandal.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 357-358).
"A timeless murder mystery with the fascinating, glamorous Mitford sisters at its heart, The Mitford Trial is the fourth installment in the Mitford Murders series from Jessica Fellowes, inspired by a real-life murder in a story full of intrigue, affairs and betrayal.."-- Provided by publisher.
Summer, 1933. On lady's maid Louisa Cannon's wedding day, she is approached by a secretive man asking her to spy on Unity Mitford and her sister Diana, who is having an affair with the infamous fascist Oswald Mosley. While Louisa and the Mitfords are on a cruise in the Mediterranean, a man is attacked. When their arrive back in London their brother Tom Mitford takes the case, and Louisa is caught between a love lost, a family divided, and a country bound in conflict. -- adapted from jacket
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2020 December #2
This is the fourth Golden Ageâstyle mystery (after The Mitford Scandal, 2020 to feature the six singular Mitford sisters and their ever-resourceful lady's maid, Louisa. The year is now 1933, and newlywed Louisa, studying stenography and settling into life as Mrs. Guy Sullivan, is recruited by MI-5 to keep an eye on the two fascist-leaning Mitford sisters who have fallen under the spell of Adolf Hitler. Louisa escorts Diana and Unity, along with their mother, Lady Redesdale, on an elegant Mediterranean cruise. Louisa's police-detective husband shows up to surprise her, but instead of enjoying a romantic tryst, they find themselves investigating a murder onboard while Louisa struggles to keep a sulking Unity, unhappy to be thwarted in a budding romance with a Nazi SS officer, in line. Inspired by the larger-than-life Mitford family and a real-life murder, Fellowes delivers a ripping-good read. Rich in detail, it moves steadily to its sad ending, leaving Louisa in possession of dark secrets that she will carry for the rest of her life. Copyright 2020 Booklist Reviews.
JESSICA FELLOWES is an author, journalist, and public speaker, best known for her five official New York Times bestselling companion books to the Downton Abbey TV series. Former deputy editor of Country Life, and columnist for the Mail on Sunday, she has written for the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, The Sunday Times, and The Lady. Jessica has spoken at events across the UK and US, and has made numerous appearances on radio and television. She lives in Oxfordshire with her family.
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