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Our mutual friend

The tale of two turbulent love affairs plays out amidst a tangled web of wealth, corruption, passion and betrayal in 1860's London.

Tattycoram —Thomas, Audrey, 1935-

Abandoned as a baby at the London Foundling Hospital, Harriet Coram is cared for by a kindly foster mother until she is nearly six. Then the hospital reclaims her to train as a domestic servan. One day, Charles Dickens, ...

A Christmas carol murder —Redmond, Heather, 1969- author.

The latest novel from Heather Redmond's acclaimed mystery series finds young Charles Dickens suspecting a miser of pushing his partner out a window, but his fiancée Kate Hogarth takes a more charitable view of the old m...

The Pickwick murders —Redmond, Heather, 1969- author.

In a reimagining of Charles Dickens' classic The Pickwick Papers, Heather Redmond's fourth Victorian-era mystery in the Dickens of a Crime series finds a young Charles tossed into Newgate Prison for a murder he didn't co...

Home for the holidays —Frederick, Heather Vogel.

Four girls continue their mother-daughter book club, reading Maud Hart Lovelace's "Betsy-Tacy" books, but from unexpected blizzards to a sledding disaster, nothing goes as planned.

A tale of two murders —Redmond, Heather, 1969-

In the winter of 1835, young Charles Dickens is a journalist on the rise at the Evening Chronicle. Invited to dinner at the estate of the newspaper's co-editor, Charles is smitten with his boss's daughter, vivacious nine...

Tiny Tim —Klimo, Kate, author.

"Charles Dickens' dog Timber tells the story of his life with the great writer."-- Provided by publisher.

Not quite dead —Gray, John, 1946-

On a rust-bucket cargo ship bound from Liverpool to the United States in 1848, an Irish stowaway named Devlin steals a suspicious package after witnessing it changing hands between two sea captains. All he finds is a see...

The humbug murders —Oliver, L. J., author.

Scrooge considers himself a rational man with a keen sense of deductive reasoning developed from years of business dealings. But that changes one night when he's visited by the ghost of his former boss and friend, Fezziw...

Mr. Dickens and his carol —Silva, Samantha, author.
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"Charles Dickens is not feeling the Christmas spirit. His newest book is an utter flop, the critics have turned against him, relatives near and far hound him for money. While his wife plans a lavish holiday party for the...

Winter of despair —Harrison, Cora, author.
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"November, 1853. Inspector Field has summoned his friends Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins to examine a body found in an attic studio, its throat cut. Around the body lie the lacerated fragments of canvas of a painting...

The man who invented Christmas

In 1843, the celebrated British novelist, Charles Dickens, is at a low point in his career with three flops behind him and his family expenses piling up at home. Determined to recover, Dickens decides to write a Christma...

The final recollections of Charles Dickens : a novel —Hauser, Thomas.

"England, 1870: His health failing, his most important work all but done, Charles Dickens is readying himself for the final bed. But there is still one more story that he must tell. As a young journalist just getting his...

Oliver Twist Investigates —Best, G. M.

Who killed Nancy? Did Charles Dickens frame Bill Sykes and if so, why?As an adult, Oliver Twist receives deeply unsettling information written years earlier by Fagin while he was awaiting execution. It convinces Oliver t...

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