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Preview — Days of Atonement by Michael Gregorio
Days of Atonement (Hanno Stiffeniis #2)
Lavedrine sat back in his seat, a thin smile on hi ...more
The author brings Prussia to live in their prose. You'll feel the bitter cold of a carriage ride to a fortress, or the gripping terror of hearing the doorbell ring once and not see ...more
What I enjoyed the most about this mystery was the fact that it was set in Prussia and the lead character was Prussian. Usually when I read about this time period in history - the Nap ...more
Days of Atonement by Michael Gregorio ( the nom de plume of a husband and wife author team) moves along at a steady clip – it was fun but in no way challenging. The plot and the outcome were fairly predictable. I tend to like a bit more mystery in my mysteries. The use of Immanuel Kant as a plot device and a sort of hovering guide did not fit easily into the story and it seemed as if, in my opinion, that the authors worked way too hard to make his presence relevant….with little success. That sai...more