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With the merchant-narrator of this novel set in 1600s, the reader is in good company. The daily details of the time, their customs, careful respect for religious sentiments, everything comes together in a breezy narrative. But the kind of intrigue I ...more
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Not as good as The Chill, which I think is classic MacDonald, but he is getting there with this one. He is taking his time, learning to come out of the mould cast by Chandler, and few years later in The Galton Case he will figure out how to fuse fami ...more
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