Meet thirteen-year-old Mary Finch – a bold, determined heroine, and the star of a stylish new detective series.
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Mary Finch and the Thief is the first in the Mary Finch Mystery series. It is 1893 and Mary Finch, the scullery maid, finds herself on the violent and gritty streets of Victorian London trying to clear her name. When wrongfully accused of theft, Mary is determined to track down the thief and prove her innocence. Her journey takes her from Baker Street, where her friend Archie Dibble and the famous detective Sherlock Holmes lives, to the dark and dangerous East End of London. On her trail are the suspicious Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard, the evil butler of her employer, a mysterious gentleman who is not what he appears to be and a ruthless killer. Mary must hurry to find the truth before she is arrested and sent to jail. But as Mary discovers, jail is the least of her worries.
Mary Finch and the Grey Lady is the second in the Mary Finch Mystery series.
“This is the day we awoke death,” Mrs Grady said.
The avenging spirit of a priestess to an Egyptian queen, the Grey Lady, has murdered five people and now has her sights set on Mary Finch’s employer. How do you kill a spirit set on revenge? A clairvoyant may have the answer, but the ghost she raises expose a dreadful secret that has lay hidden for over thirty years. When Mary’s young friend, Fortune Dubois, goes missing, Mary finds herself on the violent and gritty streets of Victorian London chasing a spirit and hunted by the living.
Mary Finch and the Spy is the third book in the Mary Finch Mystery Series.
When a bomb goes off at a society party, Mary’s long-lost brother is blamed. When secret naval plans are stolen, she wonders why Sherlock Holmes’s brother, Mycroft, is leading the police astray. Then a dark figure from her past rears his ugly head determined to get his revenge on Mary. Murder is just around the corner if she is not too careful. In the summer of 1893, Mary must hurry to find the truth before it is too late for her and her brother.