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Rhys Treahearne, otherwise known as the Iron Duke, is a national hero after freeing England from the cruel and oppressive rule of the Horde. Since then, he's become not only a political force to be reckoned with but also a very wealthy merchant trading across the world and living in seclusion in his fortress home. When a dead body dropped from a passing airship is found in the grounds of that home, Detective Inspector Mina Wentworth is sent to investigate. What she encounters, apart from a very dead body, is an arrogant man who does not want any interference from the police. Once she discovers the identity of the body, however, Mina's investigation takes on a more ... Read the complete review
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