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Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare

Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare


'Charming characters, a cross-Atlantic setting, jazz, cocktails, sex and a brilliant murder mystery. You couldn't ask for more! I loved it' Harriet Tyce 'This is a cracker. A thoroughly absorbing and thought-provoking historical crime novel that oozes glamour' Cathy Rentzenbrink, The Last Act of Love 'A fabulous Christie-esque mystery.

Brilliantly written, so evocative, and keeps you guessing all the way through' Charlotte Levin, If I Can't Have You 'An engrossing read' Guardian 'Glamour and grit combine in this smartly plotted, wonderfully atmospheric historical murder mystery, with a heroine I won't forget. I loved it' Frances Quinn, The Smallest Man * * * London, 1936 Lena Aldridge is wondering if life has passed her by. The dazzling theatre career she hoped for hasn't worked out.

Instead, she's stuck singing in a sticky-floored basement club in Soho and her married lover has just left her. She has nothing to look forward to until a stranger offers her the chance of a lifetime: a starring role on Broadway and a first-class ticket on the Queen Mary bound for New York. After a murder at the club, the timing couldn't be better and Lena jumps at the chance to escape England.

Until death follows her onto the ship and she realises that her greatest performance has already begun. Because someone is making manoeuvres behind the scenes, and there's only one thing on their mind... MURDER Miss Aldridge Regrets is the exquisite new novel from Louise Hare.

A brilliant murder mystery, it also explores class, race and pre-WWII politics, and will leave readers reeling from the beauty and power of it. * * * WHAT AUTHORS ARE SAYING ABOUT MISS ALDRIDGE REGRETS: 'Giving off the best Agatha Christie vibes but also compelling issues of race and identity . .

. Keeps you guessing until the end' Julie Owen Moylan, The Green Eyed Girl 'A sublimely told murder mystery which oozes class in every sense. Fully deserves the Christie comparisons' Trevor Wood, The Man on the Street Clever, evocative and immersive.

Smart plotting and a compelling heroine will keep you turning the pages at speed' Adele Parks, Platinum

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