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—The New York Times Book Review (Editor’s Choice)
“Every so often I encounter a book that makes me think with envy: ‘How I wish I could have written this story!’ Instruments of Darkness is just that book—poetic, enchanting, and chillingly memorable. Imogen Robertson is an exquisite writer, and this is an extraordinary novel.”
—Tess Gerritsen, bestselling author of Last to Die
“Mayhem runs amok in this period thriller. [Robertson] pulls out all the stops . . . [a] roaring soap opera of a novel.”
—The Washington Times
“Impressive . . . Robertson has a wicked way with suspense. A ripping homage to Dickens, Austen, and Conan Doyle, Instruments of Darkness will keep you up at night, and then, like me, waiting for the sequel.”
"Instruments of Darkness" is a suspense novel set in 1780 in England. There's an unknown, lurking menace in the nearby Thornleigh Hall. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Debbie
It was a good murder mystery book. I bought the kindle version for travel. Am still puzzled how the printed version and the electronic version can cost the same amount. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ME
Good read for fans of English life in the 1700's. Good mystery with well-developed characters and not a ton of romance, which I like! Read morePublished 3 months ago by YoTre'
I savoured every word! She draws pictures with her words!Published 3 months ago by Ronald R. Garves
Very much enjoyed the plot line and action of this murder mystery. Kept me reading late into the night more than one evening!Published 3 months ago by Craig Gowdey
Harriet Westerman is running a small estate in the ongoing absence of her seafaring husband. One morning, walking the grounds, she comes across the body of a man whose throat has... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Montana Mackay
Athough the story line is compelling and fun the end it absolutely childish. The ending left me very disappointed.Published 5 months ago by George S
Love this genre, and this series in particular. Looking forward to more from Robertson. I think the proofreaders changed Pantheon to Parthenon in Part V, Ch 5. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mary Hiscock
I would have given the book a higher rating, but there were a few instances where the author was unable to stay true to the time period she was writing about. Read morePublished 6 months ago by K. Spangler