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Publisher's Summary

Hidden in London is a legendary power. A fabled chest guards secrets more precious than gold.
But in 1666 secrets are deadly, and London is burning....
Charlie Tuesday is the city's best thief taker. But one case still eludes him, a mysterious key entrusted by the mother he barely knew. The key opens a chest of priceless papers - papers said to hold the dark alchemy of a lost Brotherhood.
As flames ravage the city, the thief taker must track the chest into London's blackest heart, where smugglers trade and sorcerers conjure. What Charlie begins to unravel is more ancient and powerful than he ever dreamed.
But time is running out and fire is the greatest purge of all.
©2015 C. S. Quinn (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 04-07-18

Book 1 earned 5 stars; this one is better!!

Author C. S. (Catherine) Quinn continues her tour of 17th century English/London history with this novel set in 1666 soon after the reestablishment of the monarchy after the Cromwell period. The prior novel, The Thief Taker, was set in 1665 London during the last great black plague. This one is set in 1666 leading up to and during the great London fire. Again the protagonist is Charlie Tuesday, London's most successful thief taker. Napoleon Ryan narrates superbly.

Novels set in desperate times in the middle ages are certainly not of interest to everyone. But against a realistic historical background the author weaves a compelling fictional plot.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Ronald L. Gill on 05-08-18

Excellent historical fiction

Between the gritty details of 17th century London & the excellent narration, this audiobook makes that far-away time come alive. Strongly recommend.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Roberta on 01-22-18

Fabulous

I loved this story, especially for the fascinating history of the Great Fire of London and the great narration.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 10-15-17

Brilliant

This book was made even more exciting with the narration . it keeps you on the edge of your seat

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By Lisa on 09-08-16

great read enjoyed every minute.

exciting and fast passed. every twist and turn was unknown. would recommend to all readers

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