Murder Aboard the Flying Scotsman
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Murder Aboard the Flying Scotsman : a cozy historical 1920s mystery

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Mayhem All Aboard!

One blustery day in October of 1924, newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Basil Reed travel aboard the recently christened Flying Scotsman, a high-speed steam engine train that travels from London to Edinburgh, for their honeymoon. With only one short stop at York, Ginger anticipates time with her new husband will fly by.

She's wrong. Something terrible has happened in the Royal Mail carriage, which forces the train to stop dead in its tracks. There's been a death and Chief Inspector Reed has been asked to investigate.

It's a uniquely disturbing murder and Ginger and Basil are eager to puzzle it out together. What do the first class passengers have to do with the dead man? With another crime shortly discovered, Ginger and Basil soon realize they're not dealing with a run-of-the-mill killer--they're dealing with a mastermind who's not done playing with them yet.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 266 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 15mm | 290g
  • English
  • 1774090074
  • 9781774090077
  • 1,019,074

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"Clever and entertaining, you'll love this charming Golden Age mystery series. And the fashion is to die for!" - Molly C. Quinn, actress, Castle

"Another deftly crafted mystery by the master of the genre..." Midwest Book Review

"I rank Lee Strauss as the best living cozy mystery writer. Her characters are believable but interesting, her stories are fun to follow and her use of language is superb. She makes the 1920s come alive in my imagination. I constantly read cozies and Lee's Lady Gold Mysteries are the very best." - LoriLynn, Amazon reviewer
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Rating details

2,461 ratings
4.14 out of 5 stars
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4 36% (894)
3 18% (446)
2 3% (84)
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