What Angels Fear - C S Harris Reviews
Description:ISBN 0451219716 / Paperback: 421 pages / Publisher: Signet / Published: Oct 2006
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C S Harris What Angels Fear: A Sebastian St.Cyr Mystery
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Synopsis: Sebastian St Cyr is recently returned from the Peninsular Wars and is having some difficulty in settling back into a civilian life of balls and routs. As a consequence, since his return to London he's gained a reputation as something of a hell-raiser always on the lookout for a fight. His latest exploit has been a duel fought with a particularly unpleasant and far from honourable man. When some days later, Sebastian finds himself accused of the brutal murder of a young actress he's never met, he refuses to escape abroad as his friends suggest but instead takes himself off into the stews of London determined to clear his name and bring ... Read the complete review
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