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    December, 1889.

    There have been many bad days in Edinburgh police's secret subdivision 'The Commission for the Elucidation of Unsolved Cases Presumably Related to the Odd and Ghostly'. 

    But today is surely the worst.

    Because the exiled English Inspector Ian Frey, and his Scottish boss 'Nine-Nails' McGray are summoned to a meeting in the middle of the night with the Prime Minister himself.

    And he tells them that Queen Victoria - the most powerful person in the world - wants them both dead.

    To be pardoned they must embark on a mission so dangerous that they might be saving Her Majesty the job of executing them. Because this case ties together the dark history of the Pendle witches, with the tragic case of McGray own sister, to a conspiracy within the highest office in the land...

    ©2020 Oscar de Muriel (P)2020 Orion Publishing Group

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    Sadly confusing and repetitive

    I really like the two main characters of the series and I still believe there is a lot of potential for more stories.
    But this episode was hard to follow (at least for me) with all the ancestry stuff - at one point I just gave up and was content to understand the overall story. Maybe this is different with a book where you can go back and forth between pages to be able to capture every detail.
    Another aspect that came to annoy me in some parts, was the repetitive writing style. "Cackling", "gasping", "growling" etc. are now black listed words for the choice of my next book to listen to.
    Andy Secombe is a star performer - I love and admire his interpretations of these so different characters. Bravo, again!

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