|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
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.
Well written, historically accuser. An enjoyable read, though I confess to skimming a bit here and there. If you liked "seven for a secret" it's worth the read.Published 12 days ago by jpulsifer
Some interesting historical scenes of turn of the century New York, but could have used a good editor.Published 14 days ago by Lauren Sacks
An intricate threading through the infant world of psychology and the giants of the field add richness not found in crime novels set in current times. Read morePublished 19 days ago by linda mohan
A lady ordered and read...didn't care for...subject matter too dark .Published 19 days ago by Stormin' Norman
A great historical novel told in such detail you can almost smell old New York. Though the story is a bit macabre it is not overly sensational, nor is the story compromised for... Read morePublished 24 days ago by MilesAway
Very well written. The historical data not only provided information, but was worked very well into the plot. Great read; a real page-turner.Published 25 days ago by pamela r.
Well written, draws you into the story. Personalities well fleshed out. Makes you see how tawdry and cheap life was in those decades. Have we come so far? evil still out therePublished 27 days ago by Marilyn Noah