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Friday, August 8, 2014

Review: THE CARPATHIAN ASSIGNMENT by Chris Wagar


A well-written, patiently-researched, intriguingly convoluted historical novel,  The Carpathian Assignment pits an individual, talented and skilled, yes-but still only human, against a legendary "monster," while hunting an elusive serial killer in late 19th century Hungary: an era and a region noted for efficiency and bureaucracy.  I predict fans of historical fiction will devour this novel, especially those who, like me, fell in love with THE HISTORIAN and with VROLOK. This novel has the same way of drawing in the reader to the story, like sinking into a comfy, cosy, couch.

5 Stars

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