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    The Anatomist's Apprentice

    What a great read, could hardly put the book down, have read later books in this series from Tessa. What a mistake!
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    Well written, fascinating mystery

    This mystery takes place in the late 1700s in England and features a surgeon who often does anatomies (post mortem exams of bodies) and has a detective's desire to find the truth. The discussions of bodies being cut up are not too gory. It is written in a quasi-journalistic style and is well researched about the era and the medical knowledge of the times. I read a lot of historical fiction/mystery and really enjoyed this first book of the series. I have already ordered the second one, #2 The Dead Shall Not Rest
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    boring

    I found this one of the most boring books I have read in a long while. The main characters are so predictable and not even likeable, the woman is such a wimpy, thing, My biggest regret is I bought the next three novels in this series before reading the first, on recommendations. Couldn't even finish the second one as it was the same as the first and the main characters didn't evolve any. Too much about the smell of rotting bodies and organs. The dead where probably the most interesting characters.
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