A Dark Anatomy by Robin Blake
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A Dark Anatomy Summary
The year is 1740. George II is on the throne, but England's remoter provinces remain largely a law unto themselves. In Lancashire a grim discovery has been made: a squire's wife, Dolores Brockletower, lies in the woods above her home at Garlick Hall, her throat brutally slashed.
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"Starred Review. Blake turns phrases well (e.g., 'I find that puzzles are either canine or feline'), and provides an inventive solution to the murder." - Publishers Weekly
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Robin Blake is the author of acclaimed works on the artists Van Dyck and Stubbs. He has written, produced, and presented extensively for radio, is widely published as a critic, and has been a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Brunel University. He lives in London. Visit him online at http://www.robinblake.co.uk.
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