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Oct 07, Kate rated it liked it Shelves: book-sirens , reviewed. I have been a bit surprised by how much I enjoy historical mysteries. It is not something I actively avoided or sought out before declaring the year of mystery for myself, but I have certainly had a soft spot for historical mysteries; especially post World War I novels in both the UK and the New England region in the U. This one is set a little later the s and in the U. South and I did not enjoy it as much as I have the others. I thought this was a very interesting prem I have been a bit surprised by how much I enjoy historical mysteries.
I thought this was a very interesting premise: two groups of people trying to find a religious relic in order to protect their own way of thinking. The bad guy kills several good guys, including the one who knows where the relic currently is.
A police detective, private detective and a nun now need to find said relic and yes, they may walk into a bar, too. The author is clearly knowledgeable about Charleston and its history.
There were some great nuggets of information strewn throughout this novel, wish there would have been a little more. The narrative of this book was difficult for me.
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I think there was a lot of information pointing at this being a new author. He has some interesting ideas and a decent story here. With a little more practice and some character work, I think this may be a fun author to read in the future. Thank you to Book Sirens and the publisher for giving me a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Oct 06, Cassie Allen rated it really liked it.
This book does a great job of incorporating history into a detective crime novel. Set in the time period of World War II, the story ties the history of an old southern town and its own history during the American Civil War, along with the history of the Vatican and its ties internationally. The main characters were very intriguing, and it drags you in once you get passed the first few chapters and start following the private investigator, Duke.
I found the plot fast paced and the auth This book does a great job of incorporating history into a detective crime novel. I found the plot fast paced and the author does a very good job of describing the scene for the reader and giving the reader some clues that the characters themselves are unaware of.
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There are a few grammatical errors but I did not find them occurring enough to take away from the reading experience. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a fun murder mystery that is a little different than normal. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Oct 25, Jenny rated it really liked it.
This book reminded me of why I love this genre so much, despite the occasional spelling and grammar mistakes which is why this is a 4 star, not 5 star review - the most annoying one was a 'know' instead of 'now'. The plot and characterization is great, and although I realized the plot twist with view spoiler [the Sister at St Patrick's hide spoiler ] , this did not detract from my enjoyment of the book. I did however, have to keep reminding myself during the chu This book reminded me of why I love this genre so much, despite the occasional spelling and grammar mistakes which is why this is a 4 star, not 5 star review - the most annoying one was a 'know' instead of 'now'.
Oct 08, Rosario Barrera rated it it was amazing.
What a great story! A first rate detective thriller.
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This book deserves to be made into a movie. Page turner all the way, with many plot twists and turns. So many things! Loved Duke Dempsey. Very much a Sam Spade character. And here he was looking for the equivalent of the Maltese Falcon. Extremely enjoyable! Highly recommended! Sculpted head of mystery biblical king found in Israel.
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This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, The author died in , so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works. For works with similar titles, see The Holy City.