Ruler of the Night (Thomas De Quincey #3)



Thomas De Quincey Is Beginning To Control His Opium Addiction When The Excitement Of His Current Case Threatens To Unravel His Grip On Reality Once And For All On Their Way Home To The Lake District, The De Quinceys Become Unwitting Witnesses To A Truly Historic Murder The First To Take Place On One Of England S Newly Constructed Railways.The Railways Changed Everything In The Victorian Era, Transforming The English Countryside, Revolutionizing Modern Industry, And As The De Quinceys Discover, Providing The Perfect Escape Giving Chase In A Cat And Mouse Game Unlike Any That Have Come Before, The De Quinceys Uncover A Dangerous Secret That Reaches All Levels Of English Society.Ruler of the Night (Thomas De Quincey #3)

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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • Ruler of the Night (Thomas De Quincey #3)
  • David Morrell
  • 15 April 2017
  • 0316307904

10 thoughts on “Ruler of the Night (Thomas De Quincey #3)

  1. says:

    One reason we re in debt is that he collects books They seemed perplexed Many, many book, I continued reluctantly Wherever Father lives, he fills room after room with books until there is barely space in which to move He finally locks the door and rents another dwelling How many places filled with books are you talking about Sean asked Three There used to be others Three But how in creation does your father pay the rent He can t He keeps promising, and occasionall...

  2. says:

    Arriving just in time of the holidays is the book Ruler of the Night Thomas De Quincey 3 by David Morrell Although it s not absolutely necessary to read the two prior book befor reading this third installment of the series, it would be highly recommended to do so.The first two books in the sequence are Murder As A Fine Art and Inspector of the Dead With Ruler of the Night finishing Morrell s Victorian age trilogy Though promoted as a series about Thomas De Quincey as the spotlight Arriving just in time of the holidays is the book Ruler of the Night Thomas De Quincey 3 by David Morrell Although it s not absolutely necessary to read the two prior book befor reading this third installment of the series, it would be highly recommended to do so.The first two books in the sequence are Murder As A Fine Art and Inspector of the Dead With Ruler of the Night fini...

  3. says:

    3 sparkling 5 star reviews in this series David Morrell brings Thomas De Quincey and Victorian London back to life I cannot say enough positive about this series which starts with The Fine Art of Murder Though I was a bit disappointed that this truly looks like an ending in the series, the language,...

  4. says:

    I like this series of historical mysteries that combine intricate plots and interesting characters They have just enough period details without getting bogged down with too much description This is the third in the series, but it is the only one I ve listened to The narrator of the audiobook, Neil Dickson, did a very good job All three books take place over the course of only a few months while the writer Thomas De Quincey also known as the opium eater and his daughter Emily are in London I like this series of historical mysteries that combine intricate plots and interesting characters They have just enough period details without getting bogged down with too muc...

  5. says:

    Maybe not quite as good as the other two books but still a worthy end to the series.

  6. says:

    This book is just too long for what it comprises And also the parts too divergent and don t hang together enough until way past the 1 2 way point But the characters are well drawn and the time period does come alive Emily and her father They both seem rather stilted and not actual You know that feeling you sometimes get with Sherlock and Watson overblown parodies of themselves when they are legend and in action He tries to approach that with DeQuincey and Emily But it seems nearly c This book is just too long for what it comprises And also the parts too divergent and don t hang together enough until way past the 1 2 way point But the characters are well drawn and the time period does come alive Emily and her father They both seem rather stilted and not actual You know that feeling you sometimes get with Sherlock and Watson overblown parodies of themselves when they are legend and in action He tries to approach that with DeQuincey and Emily But it seems nearly cartoon like, that devotion and bottle sipping Both The best thing about this one was absolutely the trains LOVED the trains I had no idea that all those levels of travel classes and train cars were not connected to one another And that in this earlier era each and every car had NO exit to the other cabs or...

  7. says:

    I m so sad that this series is done This final installment was AWESOME Just as fast paced and masterfully plotted as the first two, the characters became evenreal and familiar to me I loved the connection with De Quincey s past and the family dynamics at play throughout the novel The ending...

  8. says:

    This is the last book in Morrell s historical fiction trilogy about British writer Thomas De Quincey, and his daughter Emily I loved both earlier novelsMurder as a Fine ArtandInspector of the Deadand this final book was a perfect conclusion.Morrell explores the first murder on a steam train, an event that I hadn t really considered but obviously, there s a first for everything And this is a pretty juicy first to explore Morrell takes many of the real life details of the murder and w This is the last book in Morrell s historical fiction trilogy about British writer Thomas De Quincey, and his daughter Emily I loved both earlier novelsMurder as a Fine ArtandInspector of the Deadand this final book was a perfect conclusion.Morrell explores the first murder on a steam train, an event that I hadn t really considered but obviously, there s a first for everything And this is a pretty juicy first to explore Morrell takes many of the real life details of the murder and weaves it into a larger, complicated plot full of peers and the made their fortunes from trade comer uppers The country is gripped in a panic that railway travel isn t safe, and there s pressure on De Quincey and the police to figure things out without revealing too many secrets of the rich and powerful.As with the previous two novels, I was really there for Emi...

  9. says:

    I would like to thank Edelweiss, Mulholland Books, and David Morrell for the advanced digital copy in exchange for my honest review This is the third and final installment to Morrell s captivating character Thomas De Quincey, the famous Opium Eater The author takes actual historic even...

  10. says:

    I love the way David Morrell weaves a story around real settings, true events and characters that actually lived It s a great way to learn about some little known historical happenings I will miss deQuincy and Emily now that this series is coming to an end.

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