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    good but bad for teens under 13

    it was a very good but it had bad words in it so i recondite warnning !!!!!!!!!!!!! for adult teens not for kids under 13 because of the bad words in this book
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    Just okay

    I received this book through NetGalley and its publisher, Farrar, Straus and Giroux. The plot takes place in 1887 with a setting in Port Townsend. It is based on corruption of an opium smuggling ring in the Northwest. Many including prominent citizens and government officials were involved in the illegal activity. The book includes Pinkerton agents, murder, blackmail, conspiracy, and sexual scenes. The protagonist is a woman, Alma Rosales, who was part of disbanded Pinkerton’s Women’s Bureau and disguises herself as a man, Jack Camp. The book has many twists and turns. It is an interesting story based on true times, but it was also hard to follow at times. The chapters bounce around in time and a chapter with a transcript of an interview with Samuel Reed regarding the murder of Sugar Calhoun but the reader doesn’t know who Sugar is until the end of the book. It isn’t until the end of the book that all the pieces come together but I thought it was hard to follow.
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