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38. A Stranger in Mayfair–Charles Finch

Something of a transitional book for Charles Lenox. He’s a newly minted member of Parliament and newly married, attempting to find his feet in both circumstances, and finding, to his dismay, that he misses sussing out murderers and that when an opportunity to do so arises, he’s finding that more interesting than putting his shoulder to the wheel with regard to blue books and study of proposals in Parliament.