Sunday, July 14, 2013

Seduction: A Novel Of Suspense

Frank Wilson, my friend and former editor, offers a good review of M.J. Rose's Seduction: A Novel of Suspense in today's Philadelphia Inquirer.

M. J. Rose's Seduction has just about everything a thriller fan could wish for: reincarnation, spiritualism, Druids, Jungian psychology, even perfumery. At the center of the tale is the great Victor Hugo, and even Satan himself figures prominently. The novel has scenes set in the present, in the 19th century, and in prehistoric times.

You might think this would prove unwieldy, but one of the marvels of the book is how well it all hangs together.

You can read the rest of the review via the below link:

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