Immortal Bones - Detective Saussure Mysteries - Book 1

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In the 1950s, Richard Saussure is a Private Detective with a reputation for never leaving a job unfinished. A man named Lord Hurlingthon contacts him, requesting his abilities to solve a deeply personal mystery: Hugh Hurlingthon is two hundred and thirteen years old and can't die. Saussure will have to discover if this man is telling the truth, and if so, why he can't cease to exist. More
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About Trinidad Giachino

TRINIDAD GIACHINO IS AN INDIE WRITER from Buenos Aires, Argentina. After many failed attempts, Trinidad has managed to combine her stage training background and her studies in literature and linguistics from Buenos Aires University (UBA) into one single purpose: to craft deeply human characters with a dark side that we can all relate to.
A yoga enthusiast and a cat lover, Trinidad Giachino shares her days with felines, canines and the occasional human, while creating stories. She is also constantly trying to trick her palate by exchanging high coffee dosages for the always less amicable cup of tea.
Detective Saussure Mysteries is a horror book series for adults set in the 1950’s that blends the traditional genre of private detectives with supernatural horror. And a hint of humor. Because you can’t appreciate the darkness unless there is some light in it as well…
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Review by: evamiranda on Aug. 6, 2018 :
This is an impeccably written book, with great characters and plot. I couldn't put it down, and I was pleasantly surprised by it. A great reading that I highly recommend.
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Review by: Matt Eliason on June 11, 2014 : (no rating)
It took me a little while to get into the book. Overall I enjoyed the plot line - nice suspense created. I did not like the odd use on M dashes rather than quote marks. It was untidy and confusing for me.
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