The Lazarus Curse

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Kensington Books, Jul 29, 2014 - Fiction - 352 pages
7 Reviews
In 1780s London, Dr. Thomas Silkstone investigates the mysterious disappearance of the sole survivor of an ill-fated scientific expedition, which is linked to a potion that has the power to raise the dead, drawing him into a dark world of vengeance, murder and the trafficking of corpses for profit. Original.

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Review: The Lazarus Curse (Dr. Thomas Silkstone #4)

User Review  - Steve White - Goodreads

A well researched historical mystery. Rooted in England and concerning slavery from the mystical aspect mostly. As anytime you discuss the topic of slavery, the humanitarian dilemma is an undercurrent ... Read full review

Review: The Lazarus Curse (Dr. Thomas Silkstone #4)

User Review  - Jen - Goodreads

The Lazarus Curse This is part of the Dr. Thomas Silkstone series set in England in the 1780's, and the only one I've read. The plot has multiple threads: 1) the categorization of specimen's of flora ... Read full review

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Tessa Harris, an English author born in Lincolnshire, holds a history degree from Oxford University. After four years of working with local newspapers, she set her sights on women s magazines. She is regularly heard on local BBC radio and over the years has interviewed such people as Margaret Thatcher, Jeffrey Archer, Anthony Hopkins, Susan Hampshire, Alan Titchmarsh, Jackie Stewart, Boris Johnson, and Uri Geller. She lives in Berkshire with her husband and their two children.

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