A Necessary Evil

To Bath in its Georgian heyday come colourful visitors, not the least curious is Colonel Sir James Delabole wealthy, gouty and seeking to make amends for a disreputable past His daughter, Caroline, has been brought up by her stern grandfather, who seems less inclined to forgive the past than Caroline herself When flamboyant Sir James is found poisoned, Robert Fairfax,To Bath in its Georgian heyday come colourful visitors, not the least curious is Colonel Sir James Delabole wealthy, gouty and seeking to make amends for a disreputable past His daughter, Caroline, has been brought up by her stern grandfather, who seems less inclined to forgive the past than Caroline herself When flamboyant Sir James is found poisoned, Robert Fairfax, tutor and amateur sleuth, is engaged by the local magistrate to unmask the culprit, but he soon discovers there is no shortage of suspects
A Necessary Evil To Bath in its Georgian heyday come colourful visitors not the least curious is Colonel Sir James Delabole wealthy gouty and seeking to make amends for a disreputable past His daughter Caroline ha

  • Title: A Necessary Evil
  • Author: Hannah March
  • ISBN: 9780747266280
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. This final (not that it feels final) Robert Fairfax book moved as quickly as the others. This time Robert is in Bath, teaching some rather sweet (if silly) young women French, when he falls in with a young ensign who takes him to dinner with James Delabole and his family. Delabole has brought his wife and daughter to meet his first daughter, the product of a scandalous runaway wedding that ended tragically. He's not a very nice man, really, so it's not a big shocker -- with two heiresses and the [...]

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