What Remains of Heaven
Publish date: November 3rd 2009
Publisher: NAL Hardcover
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Mystery
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Sebastian St. Cyr (#5)
I'm reading the entire series of St. Cyr novels, because they are so well-researched and entertaining. This one is #5, and focuses around the murders of clergymen ... and one clergyman's brother.St. Cyr is asked to help with the investigation by his elderly aunt, who is a friend of the second victi...
Once again a very solid mystery from C.S. Harris with odds and ends serving as compelling red herrings for our intrepid hero and -- most pleasingly -- his sleuthing friend Hero Jarvis. I have to say, formidable really is the best adjective for her. She manages to get through the layers of lies and s...
Another fantastic entry in this wonderful series of books! So often in a book series there's usually a few weaker books amongst the gems. Not so with this series. Each book is a thoroughly entertaining read filled with action, mystery and suspense. None of them have felt like 'filler' to me.This b...
I wasn't particularly impressed with the first book in this series and as a consequence didn't read the second one. But I gave the series another go and have enjoyed numbers 3, 4 and 5. What Remains of Heaven is a good read, interesting and well-plotted. However, there are some aspects of Ms Harris'...
Five books strong and the Sebastian St. Cyr series has not let me down. I liked the mystery element in this one a bit less than the previous books, but that is more than made up for on the personal revelation front. Sebastian (and us) get knocked for a loop on several levels. Poor Sebastian somet...