A Gift of Conscience

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An old but commonplace book; or is it? Power brokers in Oxford and London and the distraction of a beguiling art historian conspire to prevent Ethan Falkner from unravelling the dark secrets within. A slower paced mystery full of intrigue. More

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Words: 94,700
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301186587
About Paul Davis

Paul Davis stands at the intersection of art and science. A sought after technical writer he is now turning his hand to fiction and, like all novelist, aspires to write with the brevity of Steinbeck, the dark intrigue of Le Carre and the complex storytelling skills of Conan Doyle. Accordingly, he is using his penchant for writing and the classics to weave intricate mysteries that exercise the intellect as much as the imagination.

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Review by: Wendy Coustley on Aug. 13, 2013 :
A great read - if you like Dan Brown you will enjoy this book. Just the right amount of history, intrigue and subterfuge. Kept me reading until the end!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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