A Useful Woman by Darcie Wilde
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
When Rosalind Thorne's baronet father abandons his family, and Rosalind is nearly ruined by the scandal she is saved from disgrace by her god-mother Lady Blanchard.
A few years have passed and she has carved out a 'career' is managing the affairs of society’s most influential ladies.
When a body is found at Almack’s, Rosalind uses her contacts to try to solve the mystery.
Very enjoyable, hopefully there is more to come.
A NetGalley book
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