PDF Pilfered Promises: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery Free Download

PDF Pilfered Promises: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery Free Download

By M. Louisa Locke

  • Release Date: 2016-07-19
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4.5
From 66 Ratings


Pilfered Promises: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery WIKIPEDIA

Pilfered Promises: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery PDF

Pilfered Promises: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery ePub

It is November, 1880, and the future looks promising for Annie and Nate Dawson. Nate's law practice is taking off. Annie has made the transition from pretend clairvoyant to a successful financial consultant.  And they are looking forward to spending their first Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays together.

For Robert Livingston, the owner San Francisco's newest grand emporium, the holidays don't look so promising. Not if he can't figure out how to stop whoever is stealing from his department store, the Silver Strike Bazaar.

However, when he hires the Dawsons to investigate, they discover that behind the doors of his "Palace of Plenty," nothing is quite what it seems.

Pilfered Promises, a sweet cozy historical mystery, is the fifth novel in the Victorian San Francisco Mystery series featuring Annie and Nate Dawson and their friends and family in the O'Farrell Street boarding house and right before the newest novella, Kathleen Catches a Killer.


  • Pilfered Promises a San Francisco mystery

    By Trena10
    Wholesome mystery with family -relations - crime-
  • Review

    By seniorladyreader
    I found this book to be well written and flow nicely. There are a couple of small typos but the writing was generally quite to my taste. Perhaps I will read more from this author.
  • Pilfered Promise: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery

    By Osmalo
    Very good reading! The authentic historical research made the book more interesting. Can't wait to read the next book in the series.
  • Pilfered Promises

    By skewedup
    This series describes in part the condition of women ca. 1880 San Francisco in well plotted mystery. The target audience is women, but a decent sleuth for all.
  • Great...as usual!

    By KWJN
    I loved this book, setting and characters. I got hooked on this series with Book one. They aren’t my usual reading genre. Change is good and this series is Great!!!
  • Love love love these books!

    By TCGrimes
    I have thoroughly enjoyed each and every one of these books and stories! I can't wait until her next book in The San Francisco Mysteries is out this winter.