Miss Knight and the Pyramid’s Puzzle

Miss Knight and the Pyramid’s Puzzle

Not all puzzles are meant to be solved.

Paranormal investigator Beatrice Knight has no interest in pyramids, artifacts, or ocean voyages. So of course her werewolf employer gives her a precious relic to safeguard, then sends her to Egypt on a steamship. While it's no pleasure cruise, Miss Knight is almost enjoying the break from Victorian London. Before she can get too comfortable, she’s attacked by a thief, bombarded by birds, and haunted by her recently deceased husband. But when someone steals the puzzle, it’s all hands on deck. Will Miss Knight solve the mystery in time to stop a war? (This book is not part of the boxset.)

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Series: Society for Paranormals, Book 0.5
ASIN: B08L3STK2L
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Paranormal investigator Beatrice Knight has no interest in pyramids, artifacts, or ocean voyages. So of course her werewolf employer gives her a precious relic to safeguard, then sends her to Egypt on a steamship.

While it’s no pleasure cruise, Miss Knight is almost enjoying the break from Victorian London. Before she can get too comfortable, she’s attacked by a thief, bombarded by birds, and haunted by her recently deceased husband. But when someone steals the puzzle, it’s all hands on deck. Will Miss Knight solve the mystery in time to stop a war?

Miss Knight and the Pyramid’s Puzzle is a prequel to the “Society for Paranormals” series, in which a paranormal detective refuses to let danger, death, and unsolicited suitors inconvenience her in colonial Kenya. Welcome to a cozy mystery series concerning Victorian etiquette, African mythology, and the search for a perfect spot of tea.

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