Vaughn Entwistle continues to impress with his latest, The Dead Assassin. SFcrowsnest reviewer Sue Davies writes:
"This seedy, dark and mysterious version of Victorian England is close enough to reality to make this feel genuine..."
"I enjoyed reading this book, mostly because I found it so surprising and because of the background it made the fictional aspects more likely to be real."
"The overall impression is highly positive and I’m looking forward to reading more by Vaughan Entwistle."
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Manhattanbookreview.com reviewer Glenn Dallas also praised Enwistle's The Dead Assassin:
"[A] fine example of the greater balance and precision Entwistle brings to the fold..."
"...It’s more confident, more tightly structured, and an altogether more enjoyable read [than his previous novel]."
"What could easily be overblown, overwritten, or overloaded with plot becomes a clockwork machine worthy of Jedidiah himself."
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