- By Gary Dolman

The Eighth Circle of Hell (Atticus & Lucie Fox)

  • Title: The Eighth Circle of Hell (Atticus & Lucie Fox)
  • Author: Gary Dolman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Eighth Circle of Hell Atticus Lucie Fox In the th century when the British Empire was approaching its zenith the Victorians began to believe that with their power and their fabulous wealth they could do anything Certain gentlemen beca

    In the 19th century, when the British Empire was approaching its zenith, the Victorians began to believe that, with their power and their fabulous wealth, they could do anything Certain gentlemen became convinced that they could indeed do anythingd get away with it.A noted Harrogate philanthropist is found murdered, the victim of a brutal and frenzied attack His appIn the 19th century, when the British Empire was approaching its zenith, the Victorians began to believe that, with their power and their fabulous wealth, they could do anything Certain gentlemen became convinced that they could indeed do anythingd get away with it.A noted Harrogate philanthropist is found murdered, the victim of a brutal and frenzied attack His apparent killer, a frail and elderly workhouse imbecile , had fled his house as a child.The Eighth Circle of Hell follows strands of lust, love and revenge as they twist together and stretch across that most notorious of times the Victorian Defloration Mania.

    1 thought on “The Eighth Circle of Hell (Atticus & Lucie Fox)

    1. This is the first book written by Gary Dolman that I have read and is his debut novel and the first in his Atticus and Lucie Fox series. It is a far darker story than ones that I normally read, but one that I enjoyed and found totally gripping from the first page to the last. It tells a sad and harrowing tale of the dark secrets that so-called Victorian Society tried to keep hidden and reveals the hypocrisy of a society that placed high value on family and the sanctity of marriage. Elizabeth Wil [...]

    2. Outstanding debut novelWell worth a read. Steeped in history and perfect for fans of vintage crime, a la Conan-Doyle. Thoroughly enjoyable story.

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