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Leonard Hardy's Misfortune
Jan. 20, 2020
Paul W. Feenstra
Fiction: Mystery/Crime
A searing, emotional, Victorian mystery written in a similar vein to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous works, and set in Wellington, NZ, in 1880. The grisly discovery of a dead body, dangerous underworld criminal gangs and corrupt police change Leonard Hardy’s life forever. Still heartbroken over the loss of his wife, Leonard faces challenges that will pit the unassuming junior reporter against influential men who want him dead. Caught between helping a grief-stricken friend and slavers, Leonard quickly realizes his life was not what it seemed as white supremacists and a blossoming romance overwhelm his once orderly and structured life.
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