If you haven’t yet discovered Imogen Robertson and her amateur sleuths Harriet Westerman and Gabriel Crowther, the perfect time is now.
Anatomy of Murder is the second installment of this series which takes place in 1780’s England. Harriet is the wife of a ship’s captain who, after
years of sailing beside her husband, is now a stay-at-home mom. Once again enlisting the help of the anti-social anatomist Crowther, Harriet has been
sought out by a government official to explain the death of a man found floating in the Thames. This investigation will take them into the world of
Opera in search of just what this death has to do with the Franco-American Treaty and how, exactly, Captain Westerman is involved. You can read
the first book, Instruments of Darkness, now. Then, adventures continue, exposing the secret past of Gabriel Crowther, in the October release of
Island of Bones. – Nicole