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Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

In this change of literary direction, Liss mixes his considerable knowledge of 19th-century England and its industrialization period with a touch of literal magic.Sweet Lucy Derrick's past luck has been anything but good. Her father favored eldest daughter Emily, but when Emily died, it brought him and Lucy closer together. Then her father also passed away, leaving Lucy and Martha, the middle ... Read full review

The Twelfth Enchantment

User Review  - Douglas Southard - Book Verdict

In many ways, Liss's seventh novel (after The Devil's Company) represents a significant departure for the best-selling author (A Conspiracy of Paper; The Whiskey Rebels). Readers accustomed to his ... Read full review

The Darkening Green

User Review  - Barbara Hoffert - Book Verdict

Liss got his start as an author of historical thrillers with A Conspiracy of Papers, which won Barry, Macavity, and Edgar best first novel honors. In this Regency-set novel (rather cheeky, that), the ... Read full review

Review: The Twelfth Enchantment

User Review  - Carl - Goodreads

What do we do with genre? Do we pigeonhole authors based on where they have come from, generically; can we even start fresh, without preconceptions, when one ventures beyond his or her established ... Read full review

Review: The Twelfth Enchantment

User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

DL is one of my favorites. One of the best out there. Brilliant. I went and got Twelfth Enchantment as soon as it came out. Same as I do anything he writes. And when I was in the store I bought The ... Read full review

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