New Review from Netgalley - She Be Damned by M.J. TJia
Thank you to M.J. TJia, Netgalley and Trafalgar Square Publishing for the advance copy!
I love historical novels especially written in the Victoria era.
M.J. TJia went a little further than I would have liked with the amount of romance and fluff this book has, but overall, the story kept me intrigued!
It's a quick afternoon read for those looking to pass the time.
She Be Damned (Heloise Chancey Mysteries #1)
by M.J. Tjia
Longlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger
"An intelligent and intriguing crime novel set in the heart of Victorian London. Its atmospheric and twisting narrative had me hooked." Sarah Ward
"A gripping and refreshingly different historical crime novel." Angela Buckley
London, 1863: prostitutes in the Waterloo area are turning up dead, their sexual organs mutilated and removed. When another girl goes missing, fears grow that the killer may have claimed their latest victim.
The police are at a loss and so it falls to courtesan and professional detective, Heloise Chancey, to investigate.
With the assistance of her trusty Chinese maid, Amah Li Leen, Heloise inches closer to the truth. But when Amah is implicated in the brutal plot, Heloise must reconsider who she can trust, before the killer strikes again.
Tjia brings us a pacey and exciting murder mystery set in Victorian London. This historical crime thriller sees a young female detective work with the police to evade a violent killer.