Number in the Title
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*Today’s Prompt: NUMBER IN THE TITLE*
*An all-time favorite book:*
*THE THIRTEENTH T...
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Wednesday, October 14, 2020
The Deadly Hours by Susanna Kearsley, C S Harris, Anna Lee Huber, Christine Trent ( Four novellas)
Four authors seemingly seamlessly collaborate in a series of novellas dove tailing one into the other about a golden watch cursed for some, good for some and the stories that entail all as a result of this looted watch.
It is unbelievable how four different authors could write these stories each one bewitching (for want of a better word). I am a fan of all these authors so it was of particular interest to me how they would combine to produce a single story and did they produce one which held my interest from the first page to the last.
History, mystery, lives of survival and hope from 1733 Italy to 1831 Edinburgh the stories criss crossed Europe and so many lives. Each life detailed and engrossing and then going on to the next chapter.
For those who like historical fiction, this is a must read.
Sent by Poisoned Pen Press (thank you) courtesy of Netgalley for an unbiased review.