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The Case of the Missing Moonstone: The Wollstonecraft Detective Agency

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When Mary Godwin and Lady Ada Byron first meet, they don't exactly hit it off. But with crime on the rise, the unlikely pair form a detective agency to hunt down clever criminals on the streets of London.

Their first case involves a stolen necklace, a false confession, and lots of suspicious suspects - but these are no match for Ada and Mary.

Filled with daring balloon chases, vile villains and two unforgettable heroines, The
Case of the Missing Moonstone is the first in a thrilling new series; perfect for all aspiring sleuths.

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