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The Dark Enquiry Cover

Isn't it lovely? Deanna Raybourn has revealed the cover for the upcoming fifth Lady Julia Grey novel--The Dark Enquiry. I love it. I love the green and the feathers, the necklace and especially the title. It goes along so well with the transition the series has made (in tone and titles) from Julia and Brisbane as friends to Julia and Brisbane as partners. It's a delicious prospect and I can hardly wait. The Dark Enquiry is due out June 21st. That means you've got six months to get caught up (or start) this series if you haven't yet. Trust me on this--you don't want to wait. I reread the first three over Christmas and it was an unparalleled experience of th highest order.

Thanks to my pal (and fellow Raybourn fan) Holly for the heads up on this cover!

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  1. Haven't read any of the series books, but that cover sure is pretty!

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  2. I already wanted to read the series but that cover is beautiful, I feel the need to move the books up my list!

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  3. Yay! I adore these books and can't wait for this one. Such a gorgeous cover, too!

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  4. I love the cover too! The 4th one is still definitely my favorite though. I love this series - can't wait until June!

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  5. Very pretty cover! I'm only one book behind so I should be able to read it before June. Thanks for the heads up!

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  6. Aw, thanks, Angie! I've got my fingers crossed that they'll have it at BEA. Shhhhhhh....

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  7. I squeed as soon as I saw this one too!

    Given that Dark Road to Darjeeling is my favourite read in the series so far I can't wait to read the next book!

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  9. It's beautiful! Thank you for sharing. Thanks for introducing me to this series. It is one of my favorites. :)

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