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In 1920 jazz musicians, writers and artists, flocked to Paris and came to be known as the Lost Generation. Lady Margaret, Countess of Chesterleigh went to Paris to paint and to heal from the Great War and to grieve the loss of Henry, the love of her life. One morning Hercule, a friend who lives downstairs from her studio, is found dead, slumped over his typewriter. At first it looks like another writer has committed suicide but the police say it's murder and Lady Margaret has the best motive. I wrote this story as a view into Lady Margaret's past. What was she like before she was the famous artist of the novel Murder on the Waterfront?

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