A New York Times bestselling author.
Secrets prove deadly in the sixth Lady Emily mystery from New York Times bestselling author Tasha Alexander
Newly returned to her Mayfair home, Lady Emily Hargreaves is looking forward to enjoying the 'delights' of the Season - waltzing with her dashing husband, reading The Aeneid, and joining the Women's Liberal Federation in the early stages of its campaign to win votes for women. But an audacious vandal is disturbing the peace in the capital city, splashing red paint on the neat edifices of the homes of London' s elite. This act, impossible to hide, presages the revelation of scandalous secrets, driving the victims into disgrace, despair, and even death.
Soon, all of London Society is living in fear of being the next target and it's down to Lady Emily and her husband Colin to uncover the identity and reveal the motives of the twisted mind behind all this before another innocent life is lost.
Praise for Tasha Alexander
'Enchanting... Alexander keeps readers guessing to the very end' Publishers Weekly
'Tasha Alexander has created Victorian London's most colorful and delightfully eccentric sleuth . . . fans of the well-plotted historical mystery will be charmed by Lady Emily!' Jacqueline Winspear, New York Times bestselling author of the Maisie Dobbs Series
'A Crimson Warning is the sixth book in the Lady Emily Mystery series and hands down the best thus far' Criminalelement.com
'Another masterpiece from Tasha Alexander' Paperback Dolls
'Deliciously page-turning fun' Nashville Lifestyles Magazine
'With Emily embodying the feminist ideals and sleuthing instincts of Amelia Peabody, this historical mystery should appeal to fans of Elizabeth Peters' Booklist
'If you like a little mystery mixed with your historical fiction, Tasha Alexander will not disappoint' Bookreporter
Tasha Alexander has created Victorian London s most colourful sleuth.
Tasha Alexander is the New York Times bestselling author of the Lady Emily series and the novel Elizabeth: The Golden Age. She attended the University of Notre Dame, where she studied English and Medieval History. Her work has been nominated for numerous awards and has been translated into more than a dozen languages. She and her husband, novelist Andrew Grant, divide their time between Chicago and the UK.
Visit her online at www.tashaalexander.com