A Daughter’s Doubt
by Richard Audry
The mystery itself was interesting and fast paced. I wasn’t sure what was going to happen until it was revealed …
~I Wish I Lived In a Library
I loved this book with it’s historical aspects and I also enjoyed learning about the fun things they did in the summer in Mackinac Island …
I LOVE great historical fiction and this book delivers. From the descriptions of the tableaux vivants in the beginning of the book to details of travel, dress, and healthcare, this book is written with a deep understanding of the time period that pulls the reader in.
~I Read What You Write!
No motor cars, no cell phones, just horses, buggies, trains, and the brains God gave her Mary does everything she can to expel A Daughter’s Doubt and it was a perfect escape for me!
~Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book
This historical cozy mystery was an enjoyable read that I didn’t want to put down until Mary found out ‘whodunit’.
A Daughter’s Doubt
(Mary MacDougall Mysteries)
3rd in Series following 2 Novellas
Historical Cozy Mystery
Conger Road Press (March 15, 2016)
Print Length: 204 pages
Mary MacDougall’s first case of 1902 seems simple enough.
Just before the 19-year-old heiress leaves for a summer holiday on Mackinac Island with her Aunt Christena, she’s hired to stop in a little town along the way and make inquiries. Did Agnes Olcott really die there of cholera? Or were there darker doings in Dillmont?
Mary’s mentor, Detective Sauer, thinks it’s merely a case of bad luck for the dead woman. But Mrs. Olcott’s daughter suspects her detested stepfather played a hand in her mother’s untimely death.
With the reluctant help of her aunt and her dear friend Edmond Roy, the young detective struggles to reveal the true fate of Agnes Olcott. As she digs ever deeper, the enemy Mary provokes could spell disaster for herself and the people she loves. But in the end, it’s the only way to banish a daughter’s doubt.
About The Author –
Richard Audry is the pen name of D. R. Martin. As Richard Audry, he is the author of the King Harald Canine Cozy mystery series and the Mary MacDougall historical mystery series. Under his own name he has written the Johnny Graphic middle-grade ghost adventure series, the Marta Hjelm mystery, Smoking Ruin, and two books of literary commentary: Travis McGee & Me; and Four Science Fiction Masters.
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