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The Drifter's Wheel by Phillip DePoy
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Sep 24, 08

bookshelves: mysteries
Read in September, 2008

The Fever Devilin books are interesting because the protagonist is a folklorist, and somehow the author always manages to insert folklore as an integral part of the story which aids Fever in solving the mystery at hand. In this one, Fever is visited by a stranger claiming to have fought in the Civil War who then disappears and another man is found dead in the stranger's clothes. Has the stranger found the secret to time travel, or is there a more earthly explanation to the strange occurrences? This one keeps you guessing to the end.
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