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Silent in the Grave, Deanna Raybourn

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Post by Leyland » Sun November 22nd, 2009, 6:08 pm

I've just ordered SITG based on these good reviews through a paperback swap. I rarely read crime mysteries, so this is a departure for me. Looks very interesting.
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Post by CindyInOz » Thu April 29th, 2010, 12:00 am

I've just finished reading Silent in the Grave and thoroughly enjoyed it. I haven't had much opportunity to do much reading over the last few months, but this book has renewed my thirst for historical fiction.

It was a fast read and I loved the way each chapter finished with a minor 'cliff hanger' which kept me turning the page.

I'm looking forward to reading the second in the series.

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Post by Tish437 » Wed November 10th, 2010, 2:58 am

The first two in the series are both excellent, and I'm sure the 3rd and 4th ones are, also, as I'll soon be finding out.

She has also written a standalone about a young woman in the mid-1800s going to visit a school friend in Transylvania. That, too, was very good. I enjoyed every minute of it. Look for that one, too!

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