The Art of Dying

September 3, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

An excellent follow up to ‘The Way of All Flesh’ – Highly recommended Thanks to Canongate for a review copy.Sarah and Will return in the second of Ambrose Parry’s Edinburgh based medical crime thrillers set during the mid nineteenth century in the midst of the medical revolution caused by the discovery of anaesthesia.Ambrose Parry is the pen name of Christopher Brookmyre and Marisa Haetzman, a powerful and effective writing team who combine to tell a gripping and realistic tale with a realistic historical backdrop.I loved the first book in the…

Anonymous says:

Excellent Historical Read mixing Fact with Fiction My thanks to NetGalley and publisher Canongate for the ARC.Oh My – this is just such an Excellent Read!This is the second book in a series (the first of which I haven’t read – but will) but easy to jump right into.From the first pages and then periodically throughout the book we read about the harrowing life of the killer operating in Edinburgh in 1850.Will Raven, a qualified doctor specialising in obstetrics, returns from Europe to become his mentor, Professor…

Anonymous says:

Great Victorian mystery sequel I was sent a arc of this book via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.After enjoying the first book I thought I’d give this a try. Overall I didn’t enjoy it quite as much as the first since it focused a but too much in the romantic drama. Will annoyed me a lot in this book, he is so intelligent in a lot of ways but he can be a real idiot at times, I think Sarah is the real brains of this outfit. However the trouble he gets himself into keeps me entertained and he has a good…

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