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Title:
In a Gilded Cage (MP3)
Series:
Molly Murphy #8
Written by:
Rhys Bowen 
Read by:
Nicola Barber 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
8 hours 20 minutes 
MP3 size:
344 MB 
Published:
June 28 2019 
Available Date:
June 28 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9780655603511 
Genres:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Detective; Historical; Mystery 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Audible audio 
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Award winning author

Rhys Bowen's Agatha and Anthony Award-winning historical series continues to breathe life into the past with its wit and charm and its complete sense of early 20th-century New York.

Irish immigrant Molly Murphy and her New York City P.I. business are in the midst of a sweeping influenza epidemic and a fight for women's suffrage that lands her in jail. Her betrothed, Police Captain Daniel Sullivan, finds her, but he hardly has time to bail her out, what with Chinese gangs battling for control of a thriving opium trade. The only consolation Molly can take from her vexing afternoon in the clink is that it made her some new friends among the Vassar suffragists – and brought her a pair of new cases. For the first, Emily Boswell is convinced her miserly uncle stole her inheritance and wants Molly to uncover the truth behind her parents' lives and deaths. Second, Emily's college roommate Fanny Poindexter wants Molly to find proof of her husband's philandering so that she can leave him without one red cent. But when Fanny dies and her husband claims she's a victim of the epidemic, it's more than Molly's conscience can take.

'Irish humour and gritty determination ... with charm and optimism.'
Anne Perry

'Molly grows ever more engaging against a vibrant background of New York's dark side at the turn of the century.'
Kirkus Reviews