A Stranger in Mayfair

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A Stranger in Mayfair
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Cover art
Author Charles Finch
Language English
Series Charles Lenox series
Genre Mystery, crime novel
Publisher St. Martin’s Press
Publication date
November 9, 2010
Pages 320 (first edition, hardcover)
ISBN 978-0-312-62506-1
Preceded by The Fleet Street Murders
Followed by A Burial at Sea

A Stranger in Mayfair, by Charles Finch, is a mystery set in Mayfair and surrounding neighborhoods in London, England during the Victorian era. It is the fourth novel in the Charles Lenox series.

Plot summary[edit]

Charles Lenox, gentleman amateur detective, has recently married and has been elected to Parliament. Although Lenox plans to give up detection (due to the demands of his new vocation and to alleviate the concerns of his new wife), he is pulled into a case when a colleague in Parliament asks for help solving the murder of his footman.

Publication history[edit]

A Stranger in Mayfair', was first published in hardcover by St. Martin’s Minotaur and released on November 9, 2010.[1] A large print edition was published by Center Point Publishing in June 2011.[2] The trade paperback was released in July 2011.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Charles Finch". Macmillan Books. 2010. 
  2. ^ "WorldCat: A Stranger in Mayfair". Center Point Publishing. 2011. Retrieved 2011-11-29. 

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