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    historical-figures, historical-novel, historical-places-events, historical-research, historical-setting, romantic, 1887, suspense, paramilitaries, supernatural, family-dynamics, friendship Even though I thoroughly enjoyed book two, I really came for TR this time and certainly wasn't disappointed. Rose Gallagher (former Irish maid to) and Thomas Wilshire (wealthy Knickerbocker) are Pinkerton agents in its special branch which only deals with the paranormal. Think of it as an excellent noirish detective yarn starring Steed and Mrs Peel but from New York and in the company of necromancers and witches (among others). TR gives them an assignment out in the Badlands where a horrible winter has been followed by a possibly supernatural creature which is devouring livestock and hunting animals alike and the situation has become dire. Solving the problem is further complicated by the rowdies of the area, the discord between ranchers and the Lakota, a ghost, and a madman. Lots of action (guns) and suspense along with some impossible romantic issues. I was thoroughly impressed with the extensive research of the area, the times, TR and other notables as detailed in the author's notes at the end. I absolutely loved it and was compelled to read it in one day. I requested and received a free ebook copy from St Martin's Press via NetGalley. Thank you! PS: I went back and ordered book one.

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