Tell Me No Lies: A Lady Dunbridge Novel
by Shelley Noble
About Tell Me No Lies
Tell Me No Lies: A Lady Dunbridge Novel
Historical Cozy Mystery
2nd in Series
Forge Books (November 5, 2019)
Hardcover: 368 pages
Kindle ASIN: B07LF6FR2L
Miss Fisher meets Downton Abbey in Tell Me No Lies, part of the critically acclaimed Lady Dunbridge Mystery series from New York Times bestselling author Shelley Noble.
Rise and shine, Countess, you’re about to have a visitor.
Lady Dunbridge was not about to let a little thing like the death of her husband ruin her social life. She’s come to New York City, ready to take the dazzling world of Gilded Age Manhattan by storm. The social events of the summer have been amusing but Lady Phil is searching for more excitement—and she finds it, when an early morning visitor arrives, begging for her help. After all, Lady Phil has been known to be useful in a crisis. Especially when the crisis involves the untimely death of a handsome young business tycoon.
His death could send another financial panic through Wall Street and beyond.
With the elegant Plaza Hotel, Metropolitan Museum of Art and the opulent mansions of Long Island’s Gold Coast as the backdrop, romance, murder, and scandals abound. Someone simply must do something. And Lady Dunbridge is happy to oblige.
About Shelley Noble
Shelley Noble is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary women’s fiction. (Beach Colors, Whisper Beach, Lighthouse Beach.) And the author of the Lady Dunbridge Gilded Age Manhattan mysteries. Tell Me No Lies is the latest of the series.
She has written eighteen amateur sleuth and historical mystery novels and novellas as Shelley Freydont. (The Sudoku Murders, Celebration Bay mysteries, The Gilded Age Newport mysteries.
A former professional dancer and choreographer, Shelley lives at the Jersey shore where she loves to discover new beaches and indulge her passion for lighthouses, vintage carousels, and the past.
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WHO IS THAT SLOWPOKE?
When you’re walking down the street in Manhattan, head down, looking at your phone, late for work, an appointment, an audition, picking up your kids from school . . .
Those days when it seems like the whole world is in a hurry and traveling in the opposite direction . . .
It’s at just such a time that you invariably get stuck behind some poor soul, looking oblivious, barely moving forward, face tilted to the multi-storied buildings that surround her, peering into alleys, maybe turning and walking backwards to see where she’d come from. Slowing down pedestrian traffic and getting in everyone’s way.
And you think, she must be a tourist.
But on the other hand, it might just be me.
I’m a historical mystery author. And when I walk down a street I’m not always seeing what’s there . . . now.
Writers have an incredible, and sometimes dangerous, ability to block out the car exhaust, the honking, the yelling, the cell phones and streaming music, all the noises and of the present and see things they way they were.
And while people rush past going about their daily lives, I’m might be looking into the deli, and putting straw hat and three piece suit on the workman waiting for his bagel with a smear at the counter. The Fed EX truck parked outside becomes a milk van pulled by faithful old horse. And that SUV with the woman driver wearing a Yankees cap and honking at the Fed Ex truck to move over? It’s suddenly a Model T and she’s wearing goggles to keep the air and bugs from her eyes and a wide picture hat tied to her head with a huge net veil.
And I just have to stop in the middle of the sidewalk and think, What if . . . .
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