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Circle of shadows

Author: Imogen Robertson
Publisher: London : Headline Review, 2012.
Series: Robertson, Imogen. Crowther and Westerman., 4.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A locked room. A dark threat. A place of poisonous lies. Germany, 1784. Daniel Clode cannot say whether or not he killed the woman. They were found together in a locked room, dressed for the Carnival. But what of the strange madness he feels, and how did she drown on dry land? Harriet Westerman knows Daniel is not a murderer; her sister would not have married such a man. She and the reclusive anatomist Gabriel  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Thrillers (Fiction)
Mystery fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Imogen Robertson
ISBN: 9780755372065 0755372069 9780755372072 0755372077
OCLC Number: 769545563
Description: 1 volume
Series Title: Robertson, Imogen. Crowther and Westerman., 4.
Responsibility: Imogen Robertson.

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Sophisticated, fast-paced historical thriller in the bestselling tradition of CJ Sansom and Matthew Pearl  Read more...

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A mystery that mixes a series of murders among Maulberg's elite, masonic conspiracies and a mad alchemist into a satisfying brew * Culture (The Sunday Times) * 'An 18th-century CSI! . . . Lots of Read more...

 
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