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Cara has a new role as Queen Victoria’s artifact hunter, she’s adapting to married life and living in a country manor that more closely resembles a mausoleum.
In London, Inspector Fraser investigates a series of strange deaths by divine fire – except he doesn’t believe in coincidences. Despite himself, he enlists Cara’s help to identify what ar
Someone’s intent on making sure a decades old secret stays hidden and Cara must figure out who is responsible before this case consumes her family and rocks the entire realm to its foundations.
Nero’s Fiddle by A.W. Exley is the third book in her wonderful steampunk series, The Artifact Hunters. I love this series. I love it hard. I couldn’t wait to read this book and I knew it was going to be amazing. And it is amazing. There is mystery, history, steampunk, and fun adventures that keep you turning the page again and again until there are no more pages to turn. Fantastic book, very well-written and I really like the characters. This is a series you don’t want to miss.
Anita Exley’s Biography:
Books and writing have always been an enormous part of A.W. Exley’s life.
She survived school by hiding out in the library, with several thousand fictional characters for company. At university, she overcame the boredom of studying accountancy by squeezing in Egyptology papers and learning to read hieroglyphics.
Today, Anita writes steampunk novels with a sexy edge and an Egyptian twist. She lives in rural New Zealand surrounded by an assortment of weird and wonderful equines, felines, canine and homicidal chickens.