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Monday, December 22, 2014

Book Review : Peticoat Detective

Petticoat Detective
Margaret Brownley
Barbour Publishing,
Inc.Shiloh Run Press
Pub Date   Dec 1 2014

Get ready to be transported back to 1883 Kansas.

Pinkerton Operative Amy has worked undercover as everything from a southern Belle to ajilted schoolteacher even a secretary but now she is undercover as a Prostitute, where she meets Tom Colton for the first time.

Roses Undercover name is Amy and she is working for the Pinkerton Agency trying to find a killer a murderer who killed a Madam named Rose. 

Going Undercover means getting to know these women and she learns that many of them came to the Brothel out of desperation. 

Amy is a woman ahead of her time working as a private detective in Male dominated 1880s Kansas but it was the fact that her sister went missing drove her to help others.

Being a woman undervover detective does have its advantages because no one believes a woman can be a detective anyway and she can do her sleuthing without much problem.

Happy Reading

I give this book five out of five stars...

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