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Garment of Shadows – Laurie R. King

Bless Netgalley’s buttons, persistence paid off and I finally got approved. If only it hadn’t taken me so long to get this review written … par for the course, lately. The story is well set up, with an economy and … Continue reading

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The Game – Laurie R. King

Again, a brilliant idea, beautifully executed. To repeat myself yet again, I am generally disapproving when a writer plucks up another writer’s characters and makes use of them. But that’s largely because it’s usually done so horribly badly, and is … Continue reading

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Justice Hall – Laurie R. King

Beautiful. Just beautiful. In the combined desire to reread the Holmes/Russell series and still hurry to get to Pirate King, I skipped two books: Letter of Mary I did not have, and O Jerusalem was a departure of setting and … Continue reading

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The Moor – Laurie R. King

I would have loved to have reread The Hound of the Baskervilles before this, but I was in a hurry to get to the ARC of Pirate King that was waiting. Next time – because these are definitely books I … Continue reading

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A Monstrous Regiment of Women – Laurie R. King

A Monstrous Regiment of Women isn’t my favorite of the Holmes/Russell novels, but that’s a little like saying dark isn’t my favorite type of chocolate. It’s still chocolate, and therefore by definition far better than many another thing. Mary Russell … Continue reading

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