Her second day doing doctoral research in the
basement archives of Siddley Hall, England's grandest Tudor home,
American Antonia Townley finds the hall's curator with a knife
plunged into his chest. Police suspect Antonia of being the killer
because of two insignificant—to her—reasons, the first being the
pesky matter of her fingerprints on the murder weapon. Then there is
the unfortunate email she had sent to her sister saying she would
kill for the curator's job.
Hunky bachelor Frederick Percy, Lord Rockford of
Siddley Hall, learns that the curator was on the trail of the Percy
family monstrance, the most valuable monstrance in England before Henry
VIII's Dissolution. It had been believed the family melted the gold and
redistributed the monstrance's jewels after the Dissolution. Frederick
becomes convinced the curator's death is tied to the priceless artifact
and finding it before the killer does can free Antonia from suspicion of
murder—and just might save her life. For protecting the beautiful
Antonia against the menacing forces working against her has become
rather an obsession for Frederick.
As Frederick and Antonia crisscross England seeking
information on the Percy Monstrance, someone is stalking her every move.
She hopes to God Frederick's not behind these threats because she's
pretty sure she's falling in love with him.
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