The White Feather Murders
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Harvest House Publishers, 2017.
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Rachel McMillan., & Rachel McMillan|AUTHOR. (2017). The White Feather Murders . Harvest House Publishers.

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Rachel McMillan and Rachel McMillan|AUTHOR. 2017. The White Feather Murders. Harvest House Publishers.

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Rachel McMillan and Rachel McMillan|AUTHOR. The White Feather Murders Harvest House Publishers, 2017.

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Rachel McMillan, and Rachel McMillan|AUTHOR. The White Feather Murders Harvest House Publishers, 2017.

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 Toronto, 1914. Merinda Herringford and Jem Watts never could have imagined their crime-solving skills would set them up as emblems of female empowerment in a city preparing to enter World War I at the behest of Great Britain. Yet, despite their popularity, the lady detectives can't avoid the unrest infiltrating every level of society.
 
 A war measure adopted by Mayor Montague puts a target on Jem and her Italian husband, Ray DeLuca. Meanwhile, deep-rooted corruption in the police force causes their friend, Constable Jasper Forth, to wonder if his thirst for upholding the law would be best quenched elsewhere.
 
 In spite of these distractions, Merinda, Ray, and Jasper join with other honorable and courageous city leaders in the Cartier Club, which exists to provide newly arrived residents of Toronto with a seamless integration in the city.
 
 When a club member turns up dead, bearing a slanderous white feather, will Merinda, Jem, and those they hold dear be able to solve the high-stakes mystery before they're all picked off, one by one?
 Merinda Herringford and Jem Watts are famous for solving a case of international importance. But when their efforts to fight corruption in local law enforcement agencies meet with deadly resistance, will the lady sleuths live to solve crimes another day?
 Rachel McMillan is a keen history enthusiast and a lifelong bibliophile. When not writing or reading, she can most often be found drinking tea and watching British miniseries. Rachel lives in bustling Toronto, where she works in educational publishing and pursues her passion for art, literature, music, and theater.
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