Slaves of Obsession

Slaves of Obsession

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William Monk and his wife Hester, track a man they believe to be a cold-blooded murderer all the way to Washington D.C., and the bloody battlefield at Manassas when London arms dealer Daniel Albertson's entire inventory of weapons disappear.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2000.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780345446893
0345446895
Branch Call Number: ONLINE
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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blueroo276
Jul 20, 2014

Very typical of the author, though this one touches on the American Civil War. Beginning was quite engrossing, middle was a little dull, and I did suspect "who done it," though I wasn't sure. Definitely worth reading if you liked the other Monk books, but if you're not familiar with the series you would might find it a little hard to follow. (Start with "Face of a Stranger.")

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