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Midnight Come

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Follow the investigations of Richard Harrison, a lay church official in contemporary Canterbury, England, after he makes a ghastly discovery: A murdered corpse in a locked room. Harrison must resolve this mysterious crime while the villagers around him mount a production of Christopher Marlowe's eerily resonant Dr. Faustus. All of this combines to make Midnight Come the mo...more
Paperback, 318 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by Felony & Mayhem
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An interesting mystery without all the Church politics as in the first. Each character had his/her own individual personality and the sense of place was well written. The lead character seemed to be a big more surly than in the first, but it was still an enjoyable mystery.
Slow and ponderous, but engrossing. I figured out some things long before Colonel Harrison, which is unusual for me. Over all I liked it.
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