Murder and Revolution

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Murder at the Tsar’s private palace... and sinister monk Rasputin is a suspect. The Russian Revolution draws Professor Axelson and his assistant Agnes into a terrifying web of intrigue and violence. Fleeing for their lives amid the death throes of two vast, ancient empires, they face horrors beyond imagination. And in a far-flung corner of the world, they find the answer to their mystery.
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About Evelyn Weiss

I live twice.
Once, here in 2017, where I've written a novel about a very modern girl. Who happens to work in the oldest profession. A girl who has to find a killer - before she's imprisoned for murder.
But I also live over 100 years ago. I inhabit the Golden Age of 1912-1914. The age of the Titanic. An age of elegance - and scandal.
Secrets and spies, hidden violence and terror. The last glorious sunset glow before World War One - when, as Sir Edward Grey put it "The lamps are going out all over Europe. We shall not see them lit again, in our lifetime."
Follow me into the darkness.

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Andre' Mwansa reviewed on on July 22, 2018

“I am confident that the whole history of the human race contains no other episode as horrible as this.” This describes the story in whole. Evelyn Weiss is a really talented writer and quiet seems, she really enjoys what she does. I'm not done reading the story yet, but O M G. Highly Recommend this book.

Thanks for putting it on free Mrs Weiss
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ginaedwards reviewed on on July 17, 2018

The third book in this series - I have read them all! Like the other books it is a twisted complex mystery with lots of fast-paced action and believable characters. It makes the era of the Russian Revolution come alive. I don't know anything about that era but this book seems very well researched. The ending is amazing - and very emotional too.
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