Tag Archives: Victorian

Corridors of the Night – Anne Perry – David Colacci

It’s been a long, long while since I read an Anne Perry, but I’ve always liked the William Monk series best. (amnesia! What’s not to like?) I was tickled to win Corridors of the Night as a LibraryThing Early Reviewer. … Continue reading

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This looks familiar, strangely familiar…

This felt so very much like … well, several books I’ve read before, but especially Silent in the Grave: Both were in the first person. In both, a Victorian lady is widowed, doesn’t mind very much, finds out much later … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Blue Death – Charles Finch

I never reviewed this? But reviews of the books I dislike always go faster! Well, here it is. Alas, suckered in yet again by a beautiful cover and really good title. The title, however, is pedantically explained away very quickly … Continue reading

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A Great and Terrible Beauty – Libba Bray

Wherefore: it was on Mount TBR, and I was waiting for my new Kindle What: trade paperback What else: present tense and first person It was there, I was there, I picked it up and started reading it. And almost … Continue reading

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