#AS DEATH DRAWS NEAR By Anna Lee Huber

PEACE


I am grateful for the Meridian Library for a copy, the fifth book of the Lady Darby series finds the pair in Cumberland on their honeymoon. Keira and Gage are enjoying a picnic when Gage receives a message from his Father asking them to go Rathfarnham, Ireland at once to investigate the murder of a nun, Miss Harriet Lennox, who was related to the Duke of Wellington. They leave the area and head to Rathfarnham, Ireland. Lord Marsdale joins them on the long journey.  Arriving there, they find a hostile welcome by the authorities. The Catholics are protesting the tithes Britain has a level on the Irish. The situation is volatile. Keira spends her time at the Nunnery investigation the murder of Miss Lennox who was outside of the Nunnery when she was found. The investigation continues amid the tensions. A second Nun disappears and she is found outside of the walls dead in the same manner as Miss Lennox.

Why did Miss Lennox decide to break her engagement and convert to the Catholic religion?  Why did Lord Marsdale accompany them to Rathfarnham? What does tell tunnels means to the political situation? I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.


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