Today’s team review is from Terry, she blogs here http://terrytylerbookreviews.blogspot.co.uk/
Terry has been reading A Tincture Of Secrets by William Savage
A TINCTURE OF SECRETS AND LIES by William Savage
An 18th century murder mystery, the 4th in the Adam Bascom series. Stands alone, but I would suggest reading the earlier books first, to become acquainted with Adam and the other players in his world.
The first 35% or so of this novel takes place in the bedroom of our hero, the Norfolk doctor and crime solver; he is suffering from dire injuries following an accident, and, whilst recovering, is brought news of foul deeds and heinous crimes that deserve his attention. Anyone who can hold my attention with the first third of a novel set in one room (and I read every word) is worthy of applause ~ indeed, in many ways, this is the best…
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