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The One Thing More

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Fiction, Historical fiction, French revolution, Mystery, January 1793, a small group of Royalists plot to free Louis XVI just been sentenced to death, First published by Headline Book Publishing, 2000, 406 pp., First Italian edition under the title: "L'ombra della ghigliottina", Milano, Mondadori, 2002 ( )
  Voglioleggere | Oct 11, 2008 |
A murder mystery and half-hearted twist of history set during the French Revolution. Suspenseful, but the conclusion is a rather weak soap-opera ramble. The descriptions of Paris streets and living conditions are evocative, and the infodumps kept to a minimum. Celie and the other characters carry the story, though not very vivid in their own right, and the political stance of the author is fairly balanced - humanity is paramount, not monarchy or the republic. ( )
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A novel of intrigue and murder set against the backdrop of the French Revolution.

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