REVIEW ´ Fogging Over


SUMMARY Fogging Over

Fogging Over

And being duped by a wicked uncle with an eye to their inheritance Could the old convict they saw be the key to saving Georgie and his family from ruin On top of all this working with Brice is getting harder for Mel Because there's something than friendship developing between him and Lol. liked ti Deciding to Be Christian liked ti

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N suddenly they are transported to Victorian London and Jack the Ripper is on the prowl Foggy streets phoney mediums gin shops and workhouses Mel's really got her work cut out this time The angels' new mission is to watch over little Georgie and his sister Charlotte caught up in poverty. A very decent little mystery set in the Victorian slums

Annie Dalton ´ 1 REVIEW

Rather to Mel's horror she is teamed up for her new assignment in the nineteenth century with her best mate Lola and her worst enemy Brice But tensions are put aside as they all witness a scene in the Australian outback where an old convict lies dying burdened with a terrible secret The. Good continuation of the series but in this novel Mel does get a bit tiring As a reader I either want her to stop acting childish or confront her bff head on However I do really like the story and Georgie is a fascinating character One of the better Earth plotlines

  • Paperback
  • 155
  • Fogging Over
  • Annie Dalton
  • English
  • 10 May 2017
  • 9780007129874

About the Author: Annie Dalton

Dalton grew up as an only child in the English countryside during the s Her father was not always around but when he was he would tell her fantastical stories often with her as the principal character Her father left the family for good Dalton missed him and his stories which led her to the fantasy section at her local library thus sparking life long love of fictionAfter undertaking j.



6 thoughts on “Fogging Over

  1. says:

    Good continuation of the series but in this novel Mel does get a bit tiring As a reader I either want her to stop acting childish or confront her bff head on However I do really like the story and Georgie is a fascinating

  2. says:

    A very decent little mystery set in the Victorian slums

  3. says:

    liked ti

  4. says:

    My favorite book in the series I felt so sad at the end

  5. says:

    The fourth in the series was my favourite until I read this one the fifth I'm a sucker for Victorian times what can I say?

  6. says:

    Best in the series by far

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