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Rose Raventhorpe Investigates: Black Cats and Butlers: Book 1

Janine Beacham

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Rose Raventhorpe Investi, c 1800 to c 1900, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 8 years, Fiction, Crime & mystery fiction (Children's / Teenage), Humorous stories (Children's / Teenage), Historical fiction (Children's / Teenage)

Can Rose and her league of sword-wielding butlers solve the mystery of Argyle's death? Knives aren't just for cutting cucumber sandwiches, you know...

For fans of Murder Most Unladylike and The Clockwork Sparrow

The Clockwork Sparrow meets Downton Abbey

When Rose Raventhorpe's beloved butler is found (gasp!) murdered in the hallway of her own house, she's determined to uncover the culprit. Especially since he's the third butler to die in a week!

Rose's investigation leads her on a journey into a hidden world of grave robbers and duelling butlers, flamboyant magicians and the city's ancient feline guardians.

Knives aren't just for cutting cucumber sandwiches, you know . . .

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Janine Beacham

A former journalist, Janine Beacham has written all her life. She has always loved fairy tales and fantasy, and as a child would make up games for her friends to play at school. Janine once entered a competition where the prize was a real-life butler - which partly inspired the secret society of butlers in the Rose Raventhorpe Investigates series. Janine lives in Western Australia with her family.

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