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Publisher's Summary

Spitalfields, 1840. Catherine lives with her Uncle in a rambling house in London's East End, with little to occupy the days beyond her own colourful imagination. Then news reaches her of a disturbing murderer known as The Man of Crows. Catherine becomes more and more involved as she hungrily devours the news, and is soon snared in a deadly trap, where nothing is as it first appears... 
As the murders continue, Catherine gradually realises she is snared in a deadly trap, where nothing is as it first appears... and behind the lies are secrets more deadly than anything her imagination can conjure.
The full narrator list includes: Clare Corbett, Roger May, Karina Fernandez, Andrew Wincott, Alex Tregear, Harriet Carmichael, Penelope Rawlins and Jane Collingwood.  
©2012 Kate Williams (P)2012 W F Howes Ltd
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1 out of 5 stars
By Sasha on 03-08-12

Dreadful

This is appalling writing, and a tedious unbelievable plot. The primary narrator is the pits as well (breathy,drawling monotony). I can't believe I listened all the way to the end. I think I was listening in disbelief, hoping it would get better, but it just got worse.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Charlotte on 02-15-12

Difficult to follow

The narrators do a wonderful job, but even so, after 5 hours of listening I gave up, something I very rarely do, as I simply couldn't follow the plot and had no idea what was going on. Perhaps one to listen too in sections of 3-4 hours.

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6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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