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Mister Slaughter by Robert McCammon
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Sep 29, 2011

it was amazing
Read from September 14 to 29, 2011

McCammon's third historical (colonial America) featuring Matthew Corbett as a "problem-solver,"--or in the modern vernacular, a private eye--is superb, historically accurate, engrossingly addictive.

I'm not a great fan of historical fiction. But since my first introduction to McCammon with "Boy's Life," I've been hooked. He is a helluva writer.

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