Chapel noir : an Irene Adler novel / Carole Nelson Douglas.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Brazil PL - Brazil||DOUGLAS (Text)||38160000465474||Second Floor, Fiction||Available||-|
|Greentown PL - Greentown||AF DOUGLAS PAP (Text)||75342000053563||Adult Fiction Paperback||Available||-|
|West Lafayette PL - West Lafayette||M FIC DOU (Text)||31951003402234||Main Floor - Mysteries||Checked out||12/13/2017|
- ISBN: 0765343479 (pbk.) :
- ISBN: 9780765343475 (pbk.)
- Physical Description: 470 pages ; 18 cm
- Edition: 1st mass market ed.
- Publisher: New York : Tom Doherty Associates Book, 2002.
- Copyright: ©2001
|General Note:|| An excerpt from the author's book, "Castle rouge" appears on pages -485.
"A Forge book."
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (page (469]-470).
|Summary, etc.:|| "The story thrusts readers into one of the darkest periods of criminal fact and fiction when two courtesans are found brutally slaughtered in the lavish boudoir of a Paris house that dare not speak its name. No woman should ever see such horrors, authorities declare, but a powerful sponsor has insisted that Irene investigate the case, along with her faithful companion, sheltered parson's daughter Penelope Huxleigh. Yet does anyone really seek the truth, or do they wish only to bury it with the dead women?" "For there is a worse horror that will draw Irene and her archrival, Sherlock Holmes, into a duel of wits with a fiendish opponent: These Paris killings mimic a series of gruesome murders that terrorized London only months before. In a dangerous and disreputable part of town known as Whitechapel."--BOOK JACKET.
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