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Get Me To The Grave On Time has Eliza and Higgins attending four weddings and a funeral. . . .

Although Eliza still refuses to marry Freddy Eynsford Hill, everyone around her seems headed for the altar. Not only is her cousin Inspector Jack Shaw about to wed his sweetheart Sybil, but Freddy’s younger sister Clara is engaged, along with the niece of Henry Higgins. An even more surprising bride is the Duchess of Carbrey, a longtime friend of the Professor. Having survived two husbands, the lively society matron looks forward to wedded bliss with Husband Number Three, a handsome fellow half her age. These hopes are dashed when the groom is found dead. And while a jealous mistress is blamed for the murder, the death may also be connected to the stolen treasure of an Indian temple.

This spells trouble for Clara’s upcoming wedding since her fiancé Lord Ashmore owns most of the temple treasure. With time running out, Higgins and Eliza must catch the killer before Clara’s bridegroom –  and perhaps the bride herself – get to the grave long before they reach the altar to say “I do”.

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6 Comments

  1. Rebecca Estep

    I ve been struggling thru statistics and every time I manage to grasp a concept, that song “I think she’s got it” goes thru my head.

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    1. DEIreland (Post author)

      We love the songs, too!

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  2. Amy Gill

    I’ve read and enjoyed all 3 books. When can we expect another?

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    1. DEIreland (Post author)

      Thanks for your kind words! So glad you enjoyed the latest adventure — we hope WITH A LITTLE BIT OF BLOOD is ready next year!

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      1. Betty Marchman

        I’m so glad I discovered these wonderful mysteries. I truly enjoyed all three and am looking forward to number four. When can I ask about it at Barnes and Noble?
        Betty Marchman

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        1. DEIreland (Post author)

          THANK you so much! You can ask anytime at B&N, but whether they will order a print copy or not – no idea! Right now, you can get it via Amazon, both as print and e-copy. We hope to get With A Little Bit of Blood out this year.

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