The house on Vesper Sands
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- ISBN: 9781951142254
- ISBN: 1951142241
- ISBN: 9781951142247
403 pages ; 23 cm.
- Edition: First US edition.
- Publisher: Portland, Oregon : Tin House, 2021.
- Copyright: ©2021
|Summary, etc.:||"London, 1893: high up in a house on a dark, snowy night, a lone seamstress stands by a window. So begins the swirling, serpentine world of Paraic O'Donnell's Victorian-inspired mystery, the story of a city cloaked in shadow, but burning with questions: why does the seamstress jump from the window? Why is a cryptic message stitched into her skin? And how is she connected to a rash of missing girls, all of whom seem to have disappeared under similar circumstances? On the case is Inspector Cutter, a detective as sharp and committed to his work as he is wryly hilarious. Gideon Bliss, a Cambridge dropout in love with one of the missing girls, stumbles into a role as Cutter's sidekick. And clever young journalist Octavia Hillingdon sees the case as a chance to tell a story that matters-despite her employer's preference that she stick to a women's society column. As Inspector Cutter peels back the mystery layer by layer, he leads them all, at last, to the secrets that lie hidden at the house on Vesper Sands"--|
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|Genre:||Detective and mystery fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.