‘Murder Between the Lines’ by Radha Vatsal

Aspiring journalist Kitty Weeks’ latest assignment for the New York Sentinel Ladies’ Page takes her to Westfield Hall, a prestigious girls’ boarding school. She expects to find an orderly establishment teaching French and dancing, but there’s much more going on than initially meets the eye.

When a student is found dead, Kitty is determined to examine all scenarios.

Combining real historical facts with an imaginative side, this story promises to take you on an adventure through the intricacies of 1910s New York City.

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