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Camera Obscura: Bookman Histories, Book 2

The X-Files meets The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen in this wild and clever steampunk romp. Milady de Winter is called in by the mysterious Council to solve a seemingly impossible murder in the Rue Morgue, Paris. It'll take all her ingenuity just to remain alive.
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The X-Files meets The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen in this wild and clever steampunk romp. Milady de Winter is called in by the mysterious Council to solve a seemingly impossible murder in the Rue Morgue, Paris. It'll take all her ingenuity just to remain alive.

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    The plot jumps around in a meaningless manner - I think to make sure that ALL the characters we know of in the 'Victorian' age, famous or infamous, are addressed (of course into format). Too cumbersome.


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