Seven for a Secret (John the Eunuch, #7)
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Seven for a Secret (John the Eunuch #7)

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Who killed the mosaic girl? As Lord Chamberlain, John spends his days counseling Emperor Justinian while passing the small hours of night in conversation with the solemn-eyed little girl depicted in a mosaic on his study wall. He never expected to meet her in a public square or afterwards find her red-dyed corpse in a subterranean cistern. Had the mysterious woman truly be...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Poisoned Pen Press (first published January 1st 2008)
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Denise
I am unreasonably sad that on the 7th book the publisher switched from printing on nice smooth white paper to pinching pennies by using public restroom paper towels.
Cheryl
One should not start this series on book seven. I found the historical information about sixth century Constantinople interesting, but sometime confusing. The author assumes that readers started with book one thus some character relationships are not fully explained. The main character was likeable. I will withhold my opinion until I read book one.
Kathy
Set in Constantinople in the reign of Justinian just after the plague, Lord Chamberlain John encounters the mysterious model for his favorite mosaic in his study. Then he finds her murdered body. Or did he? It makes me want to read about this era in history, as I don't know much about it.
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I had actually read this book before but couldn't remember some of the plot. Still goo second time around.
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Mary Reed and Eric Mayer began writing together in 1992. They have contributed to a number of anthologies such as Royal Whodunnits, MammothBook of Historical Whodunnits and Mammoth Book of Shakespearean Detectives, as well as to Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. They have also...more
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