Murder in burnt orange [electronic resource] : Hilda Johansson Series, Book 7. Jeanne M Dams.
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- ISBN: 9781564747518 (electronic bk)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: Gardena : Perseverance Press, 2011.
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|Summary, etc.:|| Hilda Johansson, expecting her first child and miserable in the summer heat, turns to crime investigation to occupy her mind. It's a heat wave in more ways than one in the summer of 1905, as strikes, arson, and train wrecks threaten the fabric of civilized society in South Bend, Indiana. In the tumultuous first years of the twentieth century, anarchy seems to rule, with the assassination of an American president and labor unrest like the Anthracite Coal Strike bringing misery to millions. From St. Petersburg, Russia, to Chicago, U.S.A., the army, police, and strike-breakers battle workers in the streets, resulting in many deaths. How can a Swedish immigrant like Hilda Johansson, formerly a housemaid, possibly affect these conditions? Making deductions worthy of Sherlock Holmes—and using her own "Baker Street Irregulars"—Hilda recognizes a pattern to the disturbing events. Even though confined to her home by pregnancy, she draws from the town's varied social strata...
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