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Lady Rights a Wrong (Manor Cat Mystery #2) (Paperback)
As the suffragette movement sweeps England in 1912, Lady Cecilia Bates wants to march but ends up trailing a killer instead in the latest entry to the Manor Cat Mysteries.
Lady Cecilia of Danby Hall feels adrift. She couldn’t be less interested in helping to plan the church's upcoming bazaar. Instead, what excites her most is the Woman’s Suffrage Union meeting she has just attended.
Inspired by the famous and charismatic leader of the group, Mrs. Amelia Price, Cecilia is eager to join the Union—if she can hide it from her parents, that is. But when Mrs. Price is found dead at the foot of the stairs of her home, her Votes for Women sash torn away, Cecilia knows she must attend to a more urgent matter: finding the killer. With the help of her lady’s maid Jane and intelligent cat Jack, she hopes to play her part in earning women’s equality by stopping the Union’s dangerous foe.
About the Author
Eliza Casey is a pseudonym for a multipublished author. Her books have been nominated for many awards, including the RITA Award, the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award, the Booksellers Best, the National Readers' Choice Award, and the Holt Medallion.
“Something for everyone: activists, romantics, mystery lovers, and feline fanciers.”--Kirkus Reviews
"Vividly descriptive of Yorkshire village life in 1912, this satisfying cozy charms with its smart, forward-thinking main character, who is trying to find her place in the world."--Booklist