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  • A 'Damned' Good Read

    I have read the previous 14 volumes in the series and can comfortably say number 15 'Who Speaks for the Damned' is the best. Its characters are more mature, its plot more complex and the story flows like rushing water carrying the reader along with it. For readers of this type of historical fiction is is an absolute must read.

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  • Excellent sleuthing and research!

    amateur-sleuth, England, historical-fiction, early-19th-century, murder-investigation I'm sure that I read a much earlier Sebastian St Cyr mystery and though I can't seem to find it, I have somewhat vague very positive feelings about it. In this one St Cyr is long restored to respectability and feels affected by a murder involving a peer exiled for murder eighteen years ago who unknowingly returned to London and is the first to die leaving behind a young Chinese boy. The sleuthing is very good and the historical research seems as authentic as I remember. The characters are exceptionally well drawn and the whole imagery is as clear as being there. I loved it! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Berkley Publishing Group via NetGalley. Thank you!

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  • Never boring

    This book in the series was every bit as great as the others. C. S. Harris keeps you guessing along with her hero. I hope she continues keeping me on the edge of my seat and wanting more. Her descriptions are so detailed you feel you are there.

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  • Enjoyable read

    The book was an easy read. The time in which it was set is one of my favourites I enjoy English mysteries and spend a lot of time in that venue.

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  • Stunning!

    I have read this series from the beginning and am more than impressed by the author’s ability to weave a very credible plot line, in amongst actual historical events and still make it exceedingly entertaining! Her research is flawless and very accurate with nothing gratuitous added for effect. I have not been able to fault it. I usually dump a book as soon as I find a deliberate embellishment or inaccuracy. Well done! I hope to read many more. 😁

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