The Safe-Keeper's Secret

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Language: English

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Beautifully told from a child’s perspective, this pen and ink graphic novel is both dark and delightful. An additional source for Anglo-Saxon names right up to the reign of King John is the Onomasticon Anglo-Saxonicum edited by William George Searle in 1897. My copy of Devil in the White City did include both maps and photos. Over the course of eight hundred pages, details emerge connecting the characters one another – and the wider mystery – in unexpected ways within a broader astrological framework.

Pages: 240

Publisher: Firebird (November 3, 2005)

ISBN: 0142403571

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