Autor: Lyndsay Faye
ISBN-13: 9781472217356
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 448
Gewicht: 322 g
Format: 200x130x27 mm
Sprache: Englisch

The Fatal Flame

Vol.3, Timothy Wilde

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'This is a series for the ages, it's so spectacular. Really, really just amazing' Gillian Flynn: From the author of the highly acclaimed GODS OF GOTHAM and SEVEN FOR A SECRET comes another vivid historical novel featuring Timothy Wilde.
'Spectacular' Gillian Flynn. THE FATAL FLAME is the stunning third novel in Lyndsay Faye's Edgar Award-nominated series, for fans of Andrew Taylor and Antonia Hodgson's The Devil in the Marshalsea.
A scarred barman turned copper star, the birth of the NYPD, gangs, murder, brothels and bedlam in the dark underworld of nineteenth-century New York.

Timothy Wilde - copper star, tough with a warm heart, learning his craft as a detective.
Valentine Wilde - Timothy's gregarious, glamorous, depraved rogue of a brother.
Mercy Underhill - The intelligent, creative but unstable love of Timothy's life.
Silky Marsh - The beautiful brothel owner whose scheming knows no bounds.

Against the gritty backdrop of the notorious Five Points in 1848, Timothy Wilde is drawn yet again into a disturbing mystery, leading him to the heart of the Bowery girls, the original 'factory girls' in downtown Manhattan.

Someone is starting fires on the streets of New York and Timothy has to unravel a knot of revenge, murder and blackmail if he's to find out who is behind it all and stop them before the whole city goes up in flames...
Autor: Lyndsay Faye
Lyndsay Faye gehört zu den authentischsten New Yorkern, nämlich denen, die woanders geboren wurden. Sie lebt in Manhattan.

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Autor: Lyndsay Faye
ISBN-13:: 9781472217356
ISBN: 1472217357
Verlag: Headline
Gewicht: 322g
Seiten: 448
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 200x130x27 mm