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  • What angels fear

    This book kept me in suspense all through it! Very interesting story line.

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  • What Angels Fear

    When Sebastian St. Cyr, Viscount Devlin, is accused of murder, he must use his ties to both upper and lower society to prove his innocence. The first of the series, I loved Devlin and his unwillingness to conform. I also liked Hero, the daughter of his nemesis, Lord Jarvis. Hope there is more of her.

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  • Would recommend this book to anyone who likes myst

    I really enjoyed Reading about Sebastian and his exploits. I had a hard time putting the book down. Was kept in suspense through out the whole book did not know who the culprit was until near the end. That is the kind of books I like when it keeps me guessing

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  • Good read!

    I read much historical mystery. This was a compelling story, with interesting trivia about the regency period. One gets to know the various charcters easily, and their relationship is believable.

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  • Seeking justice

    Justice was less evolved in King George III's England in 1811 than we perceive it to be today. When Sebastian St. Cyr, Viscount Devlin is accused of a brutal murder he takes it upon himself to find the identity of the true killer knowing that if he doesn't the political expediency of the justice system will have him convicted without anything more than a superficial and expedient investigation. With the help of some of London's 'undesirables' he uncovers secrets and political plots that influence the course of true justice in the name of keeping up appearances as the Prince of Wales is about to be sworn in as Prince Regent to his mad father. Certainly interesting as Sebastian uses the beginnings of modern forensics to investigate and solve the murder and prove his innocence.

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