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Well written, great characters and a suspenseful plot that keeps you intrigued to the end!
The Bad: It was overlong long (by 100 or so pages) and in the end relied on way too much nonsensical coincidence and timing.
Caleb Carr weaves real life historical figures into his brilliant fictional novel - it is so well done that it is scary.
This one has every thing: good history, excellent deep research, and a tantalizing serial killer mystery.Published 2 days ago by K. Morgan
can't even remember reading this book -- does that say it allPublished 3 days ago by Lawrence Presby
I like the style of writing and the information presented is interesting. Author appeared to do a lot of research and I found the information interesting.Published 9 days ago by Janis Hill
An interesting and engaging novel about a serial killer of young boy prostitutes, corrupted cops and the odd assortment of five people who catch the killer and out smart the cops. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Mary J
Very interesting take on early forensic science-- I enjoyed it!!!!Published 10 days ago by Marilyn Krause
Having just read and enjoyed the book "My Notorious Life", this fictional piece is similar in that it combines research on New York City as it existed in the late 19th... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Erica