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The Lord of Death: Summary and book reviews of The Lord of Death by Eliot Pattison
An intricate yet logical plot, deep character construction and a wonderful sense of atmosphere combine to form a truly top-notch mystery novel. (Reviewed by Kim Kovacs).
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