The Cliff House Strangler, Third Book in Shirley Tallman's Exciting 1880s Historical Mystery Series, is a Fast-Paced Whodunit

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Sarah Woolson is a gutsy and much resented young attorney in the third book of Shirley Tallman's exciting 1880s historical mystery series. As only the third female lawyer in the state of California, Sarah not only battles injustice, but she's forced to take on the hostile, all-male legal establishment in this fast-paced whodunit which, as one critic proclaimed "has more twists and turns than Lombard Street!"

As Shakespeare's character Glendower brags in Henry IV: "I can call spirits from the vasty deep." To which Hotspur replies, "Why, so can I, or so can any man. But will they come when you do call for them?"

In THE CLIFF HOUSE STRANGLER - the latest release in Shirley Tallman's Sarah Woolson historical mystery series - clairvoyant Madame Karpova claims that she, too, can call forth spirits from the 'other side'. But can she?

Turn down the lights, curl up with a steaming cup of apple cider, and journey back to a séance in San Francisco's famous old Cliff House. Discover if the mysterious Russian psychic can conjure up the spirit of a murderer - before that malevolent entity can strike again.

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