Danger flourishes in unlikely places.
Summer 1893. The Gilded Age with its palatial “cottages” flourishes in New England. At Broadmore Hall the “Copper King,” Henry Jennings, is found dead in his study following his annual grandiose July 4th celebration. Private detective Pamela Thompson’s investigation of his many enemies leads to danger when she confronts his unlikely killer.
Death with a gilded edge...
Between the Civil War and World War I, bold entrepreneurs, such as Cornelius Vanderbilt and his fictional counterparts in this series, led America to become an industrialized modern nation. Ruthless in their methods, they accumulated enormous wealth and spent it on self-glorification and showy philanthropy. The Gilded Age Series unveils the dark side of ostentatious, often philanthropic wealth and bold, often reckless enterprise.