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Posted: Wednesday, June 25, 2014 9:56 am

"The Secret Life of Violet Grant" by Beatriz Williams is a “hard to stop reading book.” Aunt Violet Grant is a relative unknown to Vivian Schuyler until she receives a suitcase in the mail. Through a series of investigations, Vivian, accompanied by her boyfriend, Dr. Paul, discover that Great Aunt Violet was a brilliant scientist, an adulteress and a suspected murderess.

Vivian learns that Violet had been an outstanding student of Dr. Walter Grant’s at Oxford. Violet and Dr. Grant marry and transfer to Kaiser Wilhelm Institut in Berlin where they're introduced to Lionel Richardson who is handsome and debonair. Violet falls in love him and at a party they meet Jane Comtesse de Saint Honore and her son, Henry Mortimer.

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