Ruler Of the Night

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Ruler of the Night: David Morrell

Throughout London feel will be ignited and as the railroad is relatively new and travel by train to some a novelty others might still prefer the horse drawn carriage. But, within this well crafted novel with the eeriness of the time period and the night once again Thomas De Quincey finds himself in the thick of murder but in a most unconventional manner. With his addiction to opium and trying to decrease his daily dosage DeQuincey and his daughter Emily come upon the murder of someone while in a secured compartment on a train. The time period is the Victorian time period and the setting is London with its fog, dark clouds and cold air that permeate in just about every scene. 1855 was the year that the story takes its start and many were just beginning to travel by train or rail, which…

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