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The Truth of All Things

A Novel

by Kieran Shields

The Truth of All Things by Kieran Shields
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  • First Published:
    Mar 2012, 416 pages
    Paperback:
    Feb 2013, 416 pages

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Definitely held my interest, since I haven't stopped reading it since I picked it up. Set in 1892, in Portland, a prostitute is murdered and a newly appointed detective and a half Abenaki Indian profiler must team together to solve the case. New investigative techniques and a duo that slightly resemble Holmes and Watson, the Salem Witch hunts and an uncanny ability to make the reader actually feel that they are in this time period mark this series debut by a new author, nothing short of fascinating. Can't wait to see what this author comes up with next. Reminds me a little of the atmospheric novels of Cale Carr.
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