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by Viola Carr
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Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 3 years ago
Ugh! First off, what women falls in love with and agrees to become and is turned on by becoming SPOILER [a slasher murderer! (hide spoiler)] That makes absolutely no sense. And speaking of making no sense, all of these peripheral events take place and then you hear nothing about them. Was the woman ...
WhiskeyintheJar Romance
WhiskeyintheJar Romance rated it 4 years ago
In London, we've got murderers by the dozen. Rampsmen, garroters, wife beaters and baby farmers, poisoners and pie makers and folk who'll crack you over the noddle with a ha'penny cosh for the sake of your flashy watch chain and leave your meat for the rats. Never mind what you read in them penny dr...
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The Diabolical Miss Hyde was a fun read, if a little out there. My only strong complaints are that Lizzie's character was more unformed than I prefer her personality had a tendency to flip-flop depending on the moment & what was convenient and Eliza was occasionally stupid for suc...
It's a Mad Mad World
It's a Mad Mad World rated it 5 years ago
There is a murderer loose in London that is slicing of women's limbs for some insidious purpose. Dr. Eliza Jekyll is a crime scene investigator and she is called out to the first crime scene and there she meets Captain Lafayette from the Royal Society. She must be very careful around him since magic...
Bright and Shiny Shiny
Bright and Shiny Shiny rated it 6 years ago
I got to 103 pages and bailed. Life is too short for a meh book!
Jenny Schwartz
Jenny Schwartz rated it 6 years ago
"The Diabolical Miss Hyde" inhabits a darkly compelling and vividly realised Steampunk world. The plot twists and turns in unexpected ways, and the mix of real history and critical social commentary is well integrated. I struggle when characters are morally ambiguous. There is a lot of ambiguity i...
Hey Ashers!
Hey Ashers! rated it 6 years ago
Spoiler Rating: Low Why hello, DOCTOR Ashers, Now that you've achieved doctorhood and have absolutely nothing to occupy yourself with (that's how PhDs work, right?), might I suggest that you amble down to your nearest ebook retailer (also how that works, I'm fairly certain) and pick up The Diabo...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it 6 years ago
Dr. Eliza Jekyll is a doctor at Bethlem hospital – and a crime scene investigator, helping the police investigate a series of disturbing murders and mutilations that are stalking London But Eliza has a secret – and a serum she is driven to take which lets the much wilder Lizzie Hyde out to play; a...
TwistedAlyce rated it 6 years ago
I really enjoyed this book, it was action from start to finish with twists and surprises thrown in to keep you guessing, and just when you think I know who did it or who that is a twist is thrown in.The story was well written and well thought through. I liked how the characters each interacted in th...
a TeMPLe of WoRDS
a TeMPLe of WoRDS rated it 6 years ago
I have this obsession with Steampunk - art, gadgets, wardrobe, lifestyle, etc - so when a book comes across my desk, I just can't help myself - I have to read it. This one especially so because it's another look at the Jekyll and Hyde story, this time a woman. I absolutely love the cover - THIS is...
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