"A taut, suspenseful, and complex murder mystery with gorgeous period detail."—Susan Elia MacNeal
Through her exquisite prose, sharp observation and deft plotting, Mariah Fredericks invites us into the heart of a changing New York in her remarkable debut adult novel, A Death of No Importance.
NEW YORK CITY, 1910. Invisible until she's needed, Jane Prescott has perfected the art of serving as a lady's maid to the city's
|Publication Date||Edition||Publisher||Physical Description||Language||Availability|
|2019||First Edition.||Minotaur Books||289 pages ; 24 cm.||English|| |
Hebron - Adult Mystery 1 available
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Like Fredericks's The Girl in the Park, here is a page-turner that perfectly captures the world of New York City private schools, as it explores the notion of power among teenage girls. Publisher's Weekly, in a starred review, raves, "Fredericks again proves her gift for conveying the intensity of adolescence, while exploring the ways girls' sexuality is used against them and asking why 'we all have to be predators and prey.'"