Fires of London
Publish date: September 4th 2012
Publisher: Mysterious Press
Pages no: 188
Edition language: English
Series: Francis Bacon Mystery (#1)
3, 4 stars. There is one reason why I decided to read Janice Law.There are actually 2 reasons, but I wouldn't have read it if not the reason number one. So, it is the only reason why I picked her book.The second book in the Francis Bacon's Mystery, [b:The Prisoner of the Riviera|17912870|The Prisone...
I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in return for honest opinion. I would like to thank all parties involved for the opportunityUnfortunately, this was one of the times where the fault was ALL my own. Maybe because the story was historical (I wasn't fond of historical, but was hoping that ...
Thankfully, I don't mind when historical figures are wrangled into improbable fictions, and in this case, I loved watching Francis Bacon slum it and fight crime in World War II London.Bacon, a crazy surrealist modernist painter who totally creepies me out (warning: painting is wicked disturbing!), i...
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