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This review is from: Island of Bones (Paperback)
This series gets better and better!
This book, the third, unravels much of the mystery of Gabriel Crowther's parentage, and the reasons why he abandoned his title and family name to take up anatomical studies.
Robertson weaves together elements of folklore, the Jacobite Rebellion, and medical treatments to create an engrossing novel.
The book centers on Crowther and his friend Harriet Westerman, but the supporting characters are vivid and add to the local color amazingly well.
This is my favorite new series, and I can't wait for the next installment.