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  • The Deamoniac

    Very entertaining. A page turner. Full of suspense and action and lovable characters. A must read.

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  • The Daemoniac

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is well written. Miss Harry Pells despite being young is a formidable detective and the plot twists to keep you reading well pass midnight. I am looking forward to reading the next installment.

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  • The Daemoniac

    The Daemoniac moved a little slow for me, even though there was a lot going on. I felt like the mystery was overly convoluted. There was so much running around that it seemed fairly aimless at times, with nothing to show for their trouble. When the mystery is finally solved, it was somewhat anticlimactic. I expected something massive and huge, and it just seemed to fizzle in my opinion. The characters were a lot of fun though. Harry, the younger sister of a famous detective, takes on a case, enlisting the help of her friend, John Weston. The banter between these two characters is great. I looked forward to their conversations, both about the case and not. I don't think I'll be continuing the series. However, the book is very well written with excellent characters. If you enjoy a more drawn out mystery, this may be one for you. *I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of this book*

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  • A great read

    I always love it when society girls challenge social norms. Harrison Pell is a fine example of the type. She speaks her mind, feels free to tell the odd white lie, and successfully follows through on her own investigation into the disappearance of her client's best friend. I couldn't put it down.

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  • Too much future history

    Could have been 4 stars. The story was set in 1888 and it felt as though the author had done a ton of research about New York at that time and felt the need to share all that knowledge (the building wouldn't be built until next year, the power lines would all be underground in less than a year due to bad blizzard, the bridge, etc). Okay, some of the bits were used in the story but most didn't matter.

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