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Secrets in the Stones

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Today, I profile author Tessa Harris and her newest mystery, Secrets in the Stones.

coverWithin the mysteries of the body, especially those who have been murdered, 18th-century anatomist Dr. Thomas Silkstone specializes in uncovering the tell-tale clues that lead towards justice…
Newly released from the notorious asylum known as Bedlam, Lady Lydia Farrell finds herself in an equally terrifying position – as a murder suspect – when she stumbles upon the mutilated body of Sir Montagu Malthus in his study at Boughton Hall.
Meanwhile Dr. Thomas Silkstone has been injured in a duel with a man who may or may not have committed the grisly deed of which Lydia is accused. Despite his injury, Thomas hopes to clear his beloved’s good name by conducting a postmortem on the victim. With a bit of detective work, he learns that Montagu’s throat was slit by no ordinary blade, but a ceremonial Sikh dagger from India – a clue that may be connected to the fabled lost mines of Golconda.
From the mysterious disappearance of a cursed diamond buried with Lydia’s dead husband, to the undying legend of a hidden treasure map, Thomas must follow a trail of foreign dignitaries, royal agents – and even more victims – to unveil the sinister and shocking secrets in the stones.

Grab your copy here: [amazon text=Amazon&asin=B00Y6RB0SY]

Copyright Maureen McLean 2011
Copyright Maureen McLean 2011
Since leaving Oxford University with a History degree, Tessa Harris has been a journalist and editor, contributing to many national publications such as The Times and The Telegraph. She has also acted as a literary publicist for several well-known authors. Readers can visit her website at tessaharrisauthor.com.

Would you like to win a print copy of this novel? Me too! But I can’t. But you can. Just comment on this blog post, and your name will be entered to win. The print copy will be mailed to your home address, but don’t put that in your comment. Just your name. I will find you! (My mascot is a basset hound, after all!)profile picture 3

2 thoughts on “Secrets in the Stones”

  1. I have been wanting to read one of this author’s mysteries for some time; please include me in the giveaway drawing. Many thanks for the opportunity, Kara S

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