Mina Wentworth & the Invisible City - Meljean Brook Reviews
Description:Print Length: 104 pages / Publisher: Berkley / Published: 7 Aug 2012
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Eight months have passed since the events which brought Mina Wentworth and Rhys Trehearne together and their lives, once lived separately, are now entwined although they still have their own careers, Rhys as an entrepreneur and politician and Mina has returned to her position as a Detective Inspector of Police. Their new relationship means the dynamic of their lives has changed bringing with it a special set of problems. Mina also has been allocated a new case investigating the murder of an aristocrat which is connected not just to the world of automation but in a circuitous way also linked to Rhys. This story is currently only available in e-book format ... Read the complete review
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