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10 thoughts on “Circle Of Shadows

  1. says:

    The blurb gives a good idea of the basics of the story This book so easily could have been subtitles 'A Tale of L

  2. says:

    I cannot believe how disappointing this Crowther Westerman was CW has been a pretty reliable series – solid historical fiction an a

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    First Sentence The room is dark lit by only a single candle on the surface of a rough wooden table Widow Harriet Westerman receives a letter from her newly married sister Rachel In Germany where they are touring Rachel's husband Daniel Clode was found in a locked room with the body of Lady Martesen Although very confused seeming to have attempted suicide and having no memory Daniel is imprisoned and awaiting execution for murder Harriet wit

  4. says:

    I really enjoyed the first three books in the series but this one just didn't work for me

  5. says:

    These books only keep getting better and better In this fourth in the series it is 1784 and English gentlewoman Harriet Westerman and anatomi

  6. says:

    A must read for lovers of intelligent historical mysteriesImogen Robertson’s historical mystery series featuring Harriet

  7. says:

    This is the fourth in a series of historical suspense novels by this author and it’s uite unusual It involves two sleuths who are British and here attempt to solve their first criminal mystery outside of England in Germany in 1782 Harriet We

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    I had written a long for me review of this but it seems to have vanished so I briefly add a comment I really enjoyed this one having also enjoyed the other books in the Crowther and Westerman series This felt slightly detached than the others with the lead characters taking of a back seat and other characters coming to the fore The setting was also interesting letting the characters experience life on the cont

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    I never get tired of Crowther and Westerman and their band of friends and family It wasn't until I finished this book that I looked back and thought hmmmm I wouldn't have minded a little focus on the main characters But Robertson's supporting cast never disappoints and in this volume we learn about diamond in the rough Michaels and sinister

  10. says:

    She should have stopped at threeThis book was disappointing Harriet is in a major funk Crowther's role was seriously reduced too many other characters to keep track of and the whole murder mystery was too convol

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Circle Of Shadows

An and Gabriel Crowther race to the Duchy of Maulberg to save Daniel from the executioner's axe There they find a capricious Duke on the point of marriage a court consumed by luxury and intrigue and a bitter enemy from the past After another cruel death t. A must read for lovers of intelligent historical mysteriesImogen Robertson s historical mystery series featuring Harriet Westerman and anatomist Gabriel Crowther constitutes one of the most intelligent examples of the genre out there Circle of Shadows contains all of the features that make this series so rich and rewarding a complicated plot a well researched detailed 18th century setting and a well drawn cast of characters that feel true to the period In this fourth installment of the series Harriet and Crowther travel outside of England for the first time when they are called to one of the German states to investigate a murder Harriet s sister Rachel and her new husband Daniel had been touring Europe for their honeymoon when Daniel was arrested for killing a woman Harriet and Crowther have to identify the murderer in order to free Daniel but what they discover during their investigation is

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Death at the Carnival riddle ritual and murderShrove Tuesday 1784 While the nobility dance at a masked ball beautiful Lady Martesen is murdered Daniel Clode is found by her body his wrists slit and his memories nightmarish What has he done Harriet Westerm. First Sentence The room is dark lit by only a single candle on the surface of a rough wooden table Widow Harriet Westerman receives a letter from her newly married sister Rachel In Germany where they are touring Rachel s husband Daniel Clode was found in a locked room with the body of Lady Martesen Although very confused seeming to have attempted suicide and having no memory Daniel is imprisoned and awaiting execution for murder Harriet with her friends anatomist Gabriel Crowther Daniel s employer Owen Graves and Michaels landlord of the local inn who insists on overseeing their travels travels to the Duchy of Maulbery There they find a Duke preparing for his wedding an enemy intrigue and several deaths Robertson has a very intriguing style The prologue both compels and slightly baffles us The wonderfully evocative descriptions of the story s first chapter informs us that a crime has occurred so

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Hey must discover the truth no matter how horrific it is Does the answer lie with the alchemist seeking the elixir of life With the automata makers in the Duke's fake rural idyll Or in the poisonous lies oozing around the court as the elite strive for pow. I never get tired of Crowther and Westerman and their band of friends and family It wasn t until I finished this book that I looked back and thought hmmmm I wouldn t have minded a little focus on the main characters But Robertson s supporting cast never disappoints and in this volume we learn about diamond in the rough Michaels and sinister songbirdspy Manzerotti I also really enjoyed a new character the youthful codebreakermath genius Jacob Pegel and I hope we see a bit of him in the future In short brilliant as usual

  • Paperback
  • 384
  • Circle Of Shadows
  • Imogen Robertson
  • English
  • 09 January 2017
  • 9780755372072

About the Author: Imogen Robertson

Imogen Robertson grew up in Darlington studied Russian and German at Cambridge and now lives in London She directed for film TV and radio before becoming a full time author and won the Telegraph’s ‘First thousand words of a novel’ competition in 2007 with the opening of Instruments of Darkness her first novel Her other novels also featuring the detective duo of Harriet Westerman and Gabriel C