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Bloodline Rising by Katy Moran
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Jun 26, 12

bookshelves: adult, bridge, early-britain, historical
Read in June, 2012

As this book opens, Essa and Lark are about to have their first child and arrive in Constantinople, unable to go back to their old lives in England. Moran fast forwards a dozen years or so, and we meet the Ghost, a young thief with an amazing ability to persuade, to go unnoticed, and therefore to steal and spy for the lord of the Underworld, the crime network in the city. Slowly his connection to Essa is revealed, and the reason for his choice of activity. And he has no idea how far he will travel, or where fate will lead him, in the coming times. Another beautifully written novel in the continuation of this compelling story.
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