Where The Dead Lie by C.S. Harris


While uncovering the murder of a young street urchin Sebastian discovers that homeless, orphaned children have been disappearing from the streets of London. 


  • #12 in the Sebastian St. Cyr series
  • 1813 London
  • Mystery
  • Street children
  • Child abuse


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Sebastian always keeps me hooked and the time passes quickly. I enjoyed the look into what drives some men to cruelty and some to kindness. The author once again does a great job describing Victorian England, though the look into street children at that time was depressing, it was done without much graphic detail. I enjoyed all the characters, especially those that have carried on from past books. My only complaint is that I would have liked to have more of those characters. I wanted more Sir Henry Lovejoy and more Hero, the feisty Hero. 

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