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Pletely transportive and brilliant If ou are a fan of historical mysteries this is hands down one of the best series I ve tried Jonetta was right I received a complimentary copy of each All opinions are my own My reviews can also be found on my blog wwwjennifertarheelreadercom I loved every word of this beautiful book Of course after the previous 13 books in the series I love Sebastian and his little family and the author can do no wrong in my eyesThis episode had a large number of murders starting with the death of someone everyone wanted dead anyway The only problem was that Sebastian s own niece became a suspect so of course he has to find the true killer People then started to drop like flies including uite a few at the hand of Sebastian himself As usual we enjoy the wonder of the author s knowledge of London at that time She describes places we know today as they were then and it is fun to visualise the way things used to be Hero is busy interviewing people who did some pretty awful jobs like night soil workers and Sebastian is shooting people and not even being interviewed by the police It was definitely a time when being rich was the only way to beI totally failed to guess the guilty parties but was happy to note that many aspects of the story were left up in the air at the end of the book This should be a guarantee that there is another book in the works for next ear I for one cannot wait It must be incredibly difficult for an author to maintain the high standards of a series the longer it lasts Harris has done just that and Each consecutive book in my opinion keeps getting better and better Impressive to say the leastIn this outing a high ranking though despicable member of the aristocracy in murdered in the most dissolute of fashions Although despised by many including himself Sebastian is called on to investigate He is a ranking member of the aristocracy himself but unlike many of his class he has deep sympathies for the underdogs the lower class He also has a personal reason to find the killerSuch a great mix of personal Sebastian has had a varied life to crime solving and the political timesSo much in their series is based on fact it is very well researched and one does feel like the are back in the early 1800s The period details are amazingly well written At books end one uote struck me Rank and wealth can cover a multitude of sins Seems much hasn t changed in that regardARc from Netgalley Who Slays the Wicked by C S Harris is a 2019 Berkley publication Well naturally I didn t shed any tears over Ashworth s demise Good riddance if ou ask me But the evidence tends to point to Sebastian s niece a development that made me as nervous as it did Sebastian It then becomes of utmost importance to keep suspicion away from Stephanie if at all possible in hopes of finding another viable suspect of which there are plenty However political intrigue develops when the Russian Grand Duchess arrives in London several months ahead of schedule Meanwhile Hero is doing research on the poorest people of London which has her interviewing rag and bone pickers and night soil men Also Hero finally begins to connect the dots when it comes to her dear clever and conniving cousin when a few interesting details emerge I can t wait for this thread to develop further As always there is a lot going on in this latest chapter in the series As desperately as Sebastian hopes his niece is not guilty he remains mostly unbiased occasionally over compensating following the clues making calm et worrying deductions He also had to put up with the Russian connection which uickly becomes of a personal concern as Sebastian s inuires are not exactly welcome It is hard to find fault in this book anywhere especially the way Harris weaves the intricate details of this enthralling mystery But as a long time reader of the series I was a bit disappointed in the chemistry between Hero and Sebastian and Hero s reduced role I also at this point in the series really wouldn t miss Kat all that much if Sebastian left off visiting her for a while Her role in this installment felt like a contrivance or token appearance anyway That said Hero s research is eye opening As a history lover I have read about the extremely distasteful occupations the poor acclimated themselves to and the lengths they would go just to survive but Hero s research humanizes the poverty which is extreme and hard to imagine These segments may make a few readers feel a bit sueamish and grateful for modern plumbing Although it is worth noting that Rag Bone men made a resurgence in the 2000 s due to the cost of scrap metalOverall this was another incredibly tense and deeply engrossing installment in one of my very favorite series 4 star. S that her marriage has uickly degenerated into a sham Ashworth abandoned his pregnant bride at his father's Park Street mansion and has continued living an essentially bachelor existence And mounting evidence ranging from a small bloody handprint to a woman's silk stocking suggests that Ashworth's killer was a woman Sebastian is tasked with unraveling the shocking nest of secrets surrounding Ashworth's life to keep Stephanie from being punished for his dea.
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Sebastian s involvement with crime solving they ll be living a uiet and loving life But thanfully the author didn t do that to us and we get to see Sebastian in his sleuth modeI love the interviews Hero does with the poor It were the most touching moments of the book It was heart wrenching to read how huge was the gap between the aristocracy and the other less fortunate Even when the end came and the culprit was discovered I closed the book with the thought that Justice is not eual for all It is a lot eual for the rich And that left me a bad taste in my mouth since nothing has changed in all this timeThis is an excellent book where not only ou got a nice story but also makes Hummer you think about deeper things than romance or crime I can t be the only one who cheered after that first chapter Not going to lie I m happy to be done with this binge It s been a great ride with some stories better than others but in hindsight I don t know if this is the best series to go back to back for all fourteen or even than a handful The repetitions the phrasings the fact that I m now realizing that Harris might have written each book in a way that could allow it to stand on it s own or at least allow readers to pop in mid series despite the obvious spoilers for some things makes some of the passag Well the day of reckoning for the despicable and detestable Lord Ashworth has arrived The husband of Sebastian St Cyr s niece Stephanie was found brutally murdered in a compromising position at one of the homes he used for his sordid activities Sebastian is assisting Chief Magistrate Henry Lovejoy in the investigation as he does when a case involves a member of the aristocracy With a long list of enemies including himself Sebastian Viscount Devlin hates that his niece is the primary suspect even in his own opinion The man who assisted in the numerous murders of pooroung boys several months ago and had a reputation for raping countless women wasn t mourned by anyone other than his father but his position reuired that someone be held accountable for his demise Sebastian didn t want an innocent to be accused for the sake of expediency I have to admit to being excited to see Ashworth finally meet his end He was an awful man protected by his station so he was never held to account for any of his misdeeds even though no one disputed his culpability Following Sebastian s investigation and assembly of clues was incredibly interesting even the ones that led to red herrings or futility They all told With Baited Breath (Warhammer 40,000) you something about the people affected by Ashworth and the extent of his misbehavior I gave up trying to figure out whodunit but in the end had my initial suspicions which I dispelled validated I was engrossed in this story and it surpassed my expectations There s a little bit of everything from political intrigue to the underbelly of the city literally All combined to make this an outstanding story Hero St Cyr s research also bears mentioning as she interviews the poor impoverished and invisible citizens of the city who handle jobs that I never imagined but were critical to the city s infrastructure working It was a real education about the era typical of this series but extraordinary in its scope It loosely connects to the story but it wouldn t have mattered to me if it didn t as it was illuminating This is one of my most favorite stories in the series Posted on Blue Mood Caf This is such a great series with interesting and accurate historical research and details woven into the plot wonderful strong characters as well as glimpses of the underbelly of Regency LondonThis fourteenth episode opens with the death of a nobleman Lord Ashworth husband of Sebastian St Cyr s cousin Stephanie Ashworth is a vile and depraved man who gambles doesn t pay his bills and likes to play sexual games with women from all levels of society Sebastion als These Sebastian St Cyr mysteries are so good Sebastian is tasked with finding the real killer when his cousin is accused of murder Sebastian s cousin Stephanie married this handsome but unsettling nobleman against Sebastian s wishes Sebastian could never prove Ashworth did anything untoward but he had strong suspicions Stephanie was abandoned by Ashworth while pregnant and evidence is found at the scene of his murder suggesting the killer is a woman Oh I was completely lost in Who Slays the Wicked This story hitting so close to home for Sebastian just connected it to me all the Stephanie is extremely sympathetic here and I wanted the real killer to be found I don t really want to say too much but I ll close with his Sebastian has a brilliant analytical mind and these books getou right inside They make ou think the way he does and it s so engrossing The writing is com. Seven months before Sebastian had suspected Ashworth of aiding one of his longtime friends and companions in the kidnapping and murder of a string of vulnerable street children But Sebastian was never able to prove Ashworth's complicity Nor was he able to prevent his troubled headstrong oung niece Stephanie from entering into a disastrous marriage with the dangerous noblemanStephanie has survived the difficult birth of twin sons But Sebastian soon discover.
Choosing the word enthralled to describe my feelings toward this historical mystery especially since it s full of murder mayhem and some very nasty people might seem a bit strange but that s exactly how I felt from the first page to the last It s also my first of 14 books in this series so another prime emotion I felt when I finished is sadness that I hadn t read the predecessors What an attention holding well written bookIt s also well researched and that adds substantially to the flavor Set in London circa 1814 the story is greatly enhanced by descriptions of the city what was happening elsewhere in the world Paris had just sent Napoleon packing for instance and terminology appropriate to the time The characters spoke and acted the way I d expect from that time period although I must say that Sebastian St Cyr and his wife Hero are far less stodgy than their family and friends which only made me like them all the As this one begins Sebastian is called in to help find out who murdered and pretty thoroughly mutilated Lord Ashworth a man who not long ago married Sebastian s The Alcohol Experiment young niece Stephanie Ashworth has a long history of abusing anyone who tickles his fancy or refuses to most notably children andoung ladies so while no one owns up to the murder neither does anyone express sorrow that he bit the dust That widespread attitude of course makes the suspect pool grow as each new clue is revealed the consensus though is that the killer is female with Stephanie who recently gave birth to twins but is estranged from Ashworth at the top of the listSebastian desperately hopes to prove her innocence but first he must convince himself Complicating matters is that other dead bodies are turning up thought to be somehow connected to Ashworth s murder Besides that a Russian delegation including a snobbish high ranking princess is in town for what may be nefarious purposes and before long entanglements with Ashworth are unearthed and members of their entourage are added to the suspects list as well The Sebastian digs in the it becomes clear that the hole he s creating may be the perfect size for his own grave This story stands alone well although there were a few allusions to people and events that no doubt would be better understood by those who read previous books Also the fact that some of the characters were called by different names or titles here and there was a bit confusing to me at timesSebastian is also known as Viscount Devlin for example But honestly none of that really got in the way I found this book absolutely delightful and I thank the publisher via NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review an advance copy Great story with many twists to get lost in I have to say I love her covers They are just perfectly matched to the story and add so much to the intrigue of the book And this new release has a lot of intrigueOne thing that strikes me when I start getting into this type of story is that Menggairahkan Perjalanan Halaqah you really have to give it several chapters to get into the mood culture and time frame of the story Setting up the story is critical for this bookThat is one of the strong points with this author She writes in such a manner thatou are transported to that time in history You can feel the oppression of the bleak and fearful and complex vibe of the city You can see the story in Spiritual Warfare for Every Christian your mind page by page It is a magical abilityBecause of that ability this book comes alive with the violent acts brutal nature of the crime and the methodical step by step crime solving abilities of St Cyr With bits and pieces of evidence and interviewing techniues we never know until the end what is critical in the investigation and who is the one that did the crimesThis is the second book in the series I have read and once again I thoroughly enjoyed this book Brilliantly written and keepsour brain guessing all the way through copy received for review considerationFull Review I love how constant is the good writing in this series The author thoroughly researched the period and ou can feel how life was in London in that period It s just wonderfulThe mystery part is as usual very interesting and convoluted and I kept guessting wrongly who did it LOLWhat I missed here is family time between Sebastian and Hero and Sebastian s meetings with Jarvis and what Jarvis is doing with VictoriaDon t get me wrong we get all that but it s too short for my tasteWe get to know a little bit in depth who is Victoria and the author gave some juicy bits about her past that could be explored in the next books I hope they ll be explored because I m very curious about her and if Jarvis will marry her and survive LOLI also got the feeling that Hero and Sebastian and settled nicely in their family life and if not for. The death of a fiendish nobleman strikes close to home as Sebastian St Cyr is tasked with finding the killer to save his oung cousin from persecution in this riveting new historical mystery from the USA Today bestselling author of Why Kill the InnocentWhen the handsome but dissolute oung gentleman Lord Ashworth is found brutally murdered Sebastian St Cyr Viscount Devlin is called in by Bow Street magistrate Sir Henry Lovejoy to help catch the killer Just.
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