The Bohemian Girl
It's the first year of the 20th century, and Denton, the notorious American writer, has returned to London after several months in one of the less-delightful corners of the Continent. He's greeted by a towering pile of mail—bills, invitations, gushing notes from fans craving more tales of adventuring. It's the usual mix…with one exception: “I believe that someone threatens to harm me, and I do not know quite what to do.” The note, signed “Mary Thomason,” was in fact sent by someone else. And it is more than two months old. But Denton is a Victorian gentlemen to the marrow, much though he'd like to deny it, and he cannot deny a damsel in distress. His search for the mysterious Miss Thomason will take him deep into London's “bohemian” quarters—no less alluring, pretentious and sinister than they are today—and also into some of the darker corners of his own soul.
“Sure to appeal to readers who love historical mysteries intertwined with edgy interpersonal relationships.” —Library Journal
2018 • Fiction/Mystery • 288 pages • ISBN: 9781631941481