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  1. says:

    Five stars and a statue goes to best portrayed Victorian London book This is incredible combination of humor kitsch folklore with the writer’s talented and never ending imagination We meet one of the most interesting heroines Bride Devine a woman detective wearing a dagger strapped to her thigh smoking pipe solving murders by reading corpses and talking with ghosts It seems like one of the heroes also the

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    Jess Kidd shifts direction in her 3rd novel setting it in Victorian times with its inherent brutality and inhumanity teeming with villains murderers the arrogance of killing medics and ruthless amoral gentlemen anatomy collectors hungry for what should not be alive There are Things in Jars with their ability to disturb the natural order of things life and death ashes to ashes time in supension pickling yesterday holding eternit

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    “Here is time held in suspension Yesterday pickled Eternity in a jar” In Things in Jars A 7 foot tall bearded parlor maid mythical sea monsters a ghost and a winter mermaid are all brought together by a female pipe smoking detective in Victorian London to solve the kidnapping of a mysterious child When a child with supposed supernatural powers is kidnapped Detective Bridie Devine is commissioned to find her

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    “There are things in jars”Note For optimal effect the above uote should be read in a whispery uivery British accented voiceOh yes There are many many things in jars between the pages of Jess Kidd’s aptly titled novel and they are all so brilliantly and twistedly delightfulBridie Devine “pipe smoking detective extraordinair

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    ‘’Below her streets and lanes factories and workhouses parks and prisons ground houses and tenements roofs chimneys a

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    45 STARS A dark bizarre and fanciful world  Imaginative storytelling that was menacing detailed and plotted to perfectionI was uickly captivated by the gothic setting and the missing child investigation The female detective Birdie Devine specializes in domestic investigations and minor surgery She was a fanta

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    A cloth covers the jar that Bridie took from the bookcase in the nursery and Ruby is thankful for this For the contents have the ability to rearrange even a dead man’s sense of reality As with all terrible wondrous sights there is a jolt of shock then a hypnotic fascination then the uneasy ueasiness then the whole thing starts again; the desire to look and the desire never to have looked in the first place 1860s Lond

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    25275 rounded upBridie Devine is a female detective in Victorian London One day she is approached to investigate the case of a missing girl Christabel the secret child of Sir Edmund Athelstan Berwick She is reported to have supernatural powers Bridie is hot on the case; she lost her last missing child and is determined to save this one Her

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    My first five star read of 2020From the first sentence you know this book is going to be different “As pale as a grave grub she’s an eyeful” The writing is just gorgeous in that Victorian Dickensian fashion Think Dickens matched with Grimms Fairy Tales Or Dickens if he was smoking hashish or one of Prudhoe’s blends and into

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    But a mermaid has no tears and therefore she suffers so much —Hans Christian Andersen The Little MermaidI'm a huge fan of

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Bridie Devine female detective extraordinaire is confronted with the most baffling puzzle yet the kidnapping of Christabel Berwick secret daughter of Sir Edmund Athelstan Berwick and a peculiar child whose reputed supernatural powers have captured the unwanted attention of collectors trading curiosities in this age of discoveryWinding he. Five stars and a statue goes to best portrayed Victorian London book This is incredible combination of humor kitsch folklore with the writer s talented and never ending imagination We meet one of the most interesting heroines Bride Devine a woman detective wearing a dagger strapped to her thigh smoking pipe solving murders by reading corpses and talking with ghosts It seems like one of the heroes also the part of love triangle is Ruby Doyle champion boxer who is also dead Mostly it was frivolous book is

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Apothecary But secrets abound in this foggy underworld where spectacle is king and nothing is uite what it seemsBlending darkness and light history and folklore Things in Jars is a spellbinding Gothic mystery that collapses the boundary between fact and fairy tale to stunning effect and explores what it means to be human in inhumane time. A cloth covers the jar that Bridie took from the bookcase in the nursery and Ruby is thankful for this For the contents have the ability to rearrange even a dead man s sense of reality As with all terrible wondrous sights there is a jolt of shock then a hypnotic fascination then the uneasy ueasiness then the whole thing starts again the desire to look and the desire never to have looked in the first place 1860s London the prime of the Victorian age About fifteen years before Sherlock Holmes begins using h

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R way through the labyrinthine sooty streets of Victorian London Bridie won’t rest until she finds the young girl even if it means unearthing a past that she’d rather keep buried Luckily her search is aided by an enchanting cast of characters including a seven foot tall housemaid; a melancholic tattoo covered ghost; and an avuncular. Below her streets and lanes factories and workhouses parks and prisons ground houses and tenements roofs chimneys and treetops And the winding sometimes shining Thames the sky s own dirty mirror The raven leaves the river behind and charts a path to a chapel on a hill with a spire and a clock tower She circles the chapel and lands on the roof with a shuffling of wings She pecks at brickwork at lichen at moth casts at nothing She sidles up to a gargoyle and runs her beak affectionately around his ey