Dark in the City of Light
The climate is tense in 1870s Europe as mistrust and suspicion rule the day. When the wife of Baron Harsanyi--a well-connected military attache--is found murdered, it is only the first in a series of evil acts committed by a shadowy enemy bent on destroying the baron. As nations ready for war, the baron must uncover the truth as he and his two adult children are launched straight into the maelstrom that will engulf the continent.
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Dark in the book of darkUser Review - Dan Morris - Christianbook.com
As other reviews have noted, this is a work of historical fiction. Historically, it is an excellent read. "Dark" is the theme throughout. A reader who knows God's omnipresence can see Him many times ... Read full review
This book was very disappointing.User Review - Barb B - Christianbook.com
I have loved Paul Robertson's other books so much that I grabbed this one immediately without even reading the blurb on the back. what a disappointment. The story seems to show the Baron smothering ... Read full review