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Rose Campion and the Christmas Mystery

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It's pantomime season at Campions' Palace of Varieties and Wonders - but Rose Campion and her friends have more to worry about than who'll be filling the role of Cinderella. The Duchess - the deadly ruler of the London criminal underworld - has been released from prison, and she has her sights set not only on Rose, but also on a pricesless emerald necklace that has just arrived in the city.

Meanwhile, Campions' is playing host to the mysterious hypnotist Madame de Valentina - but how is she able to communicate with the souls of departed loved ones . . . before they've died?
The thrilling conclusion to the Rose Campion series!
Also in the series:
Rose Campion and the Stolen Secret
Rose Campion and the Curse of the Doomstone

Rose Campion and the Christmas Mystery Reviews | Toppsta

9781788000314
  • ISBN: 9781788000314
  • Pub Date: 3rd October 2019
  • Publisher: Nosy Crow Ltd
  • Imprint: Nosy Crow Ltd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 320

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