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    Amusing tale.

    A witty Victorian story of a paranormal investigator slash assassin on a case in Egypt when encountering a past acquaintance.
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    Fast fun

    A zip through Egyptian parasolverse. Fun short story.
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    The curious case of the werewolf....

    Interesting, I wish it had been slightly longer and gave more background on the main character.
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    High born Brit lit.

    A nicely written and intriguing very, very short story.
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    Interesting

    I read this book before reading any of the Parasol Protectorate because of the recommended reading order on Gail Carriger’s website. On first reading, it was somewhat interesting, but largely forgettable. Now I’m halfway through Blameless and I decided to come back and see what this was all about. It makes SO MUCH more sense now that I know who the characters are and more about the world and what various things mean. So if you are also here to read through Gail Carriger’s Parasol worse in chronological order, I recommend leaving this one until finishing at least Changelsss. It makes much more sense that way.
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