Aunt dimity and the lost prince

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aunt dimity and the lost prince

Aunt Dimity and the Lost Prince by Nancy Atherton

Cozy mystery lovers’ favorite paranormal sleuth is back with her eighteenth otherworldly adventure

When a finely wrought silver sleigh figurine turns up in her thrift shop, Lori Shepherd recognizes it instantly.  It was the object that mesmerized the sweet but very poor nine-year-old Daisy Pickering at Skeaping Manor, the bizarre Jacobean house-turned-museum Lori recently visited with her twin sons.  

Hoping to avoid any real commotion, Lori decides to speak with the museum curator, who turns out to be oddly uninterested in the theft. But there’s not much that could be done anyway for the Pickerings seem to have come into some money and moved to Australia.

With Aunt Dimity’s otherworldly guidance, Lori’s search for the sleigh’s true owner leads her to a tangled web of secrets stretching from the finest English country estates back to the blood-drenched soil of the Russian Revolution.
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Nancy Atherton's cozy mystery series holds up nicely with AUNT DIMITY & THE LOST PRINCE

Aunt Dimity and the Lost Prince

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Aunt Dimity and the Lost Prince. Lori Shepherd and her young sons escape their snowbound cottage to spend a day at a local museum of curiosities. While Will and Rob savor the bloodstained axes and the giant bugs, Lori wanders into a spellbinding display of rare silver treasures. There she encounters a captivating young girl and a masterpiece of the silversmith's art. When the priceless treasure and the young girl go missing, Lori sets out to find them, only to stumble onto an even more intriguing mystery: the tale of the lost prince.

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Look Inside. Mar 25, ISBN Apr 18, ISBN So she leaps at the chance to visit Skeaping Manor, a bizarre Jacobean-house-turned-museum. There she meets Daisy Pickering, a sweet, but strange little girl from a poor family who spins a wild tale about the Russian aristocrats who once owned the priceless silver pieces on display.

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