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What Remains of Heaven
Genre: Historical , Mystery , Romance
Series: Book 5.0 in the Sebastian St. Cyr series
Ratings: ★★★★☆
Publisher: Signet
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ISBN: 9780451234377
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Sebastian St. Cyr's search for the killer of the controversial Bishop of London leads him from the back alleys fo Smithfield to the power corridors of Whitehall-to the well-guarded secrets of his own family's past.

From Publishers Weekly

Long-festering family secrets, treachery and worse threaten Sebastian St. Cyr in Harris's addictive fifth Regency-era mystery starring the dashing soldier-turned-sleuth (after 2008's Where Serpents Sleep). From the start, St. Cyr's mission is sensitive: finding out who killed the bishop of London, a leading candidate for archbishop of Canterbury, in the crypt of the same country church where the mummified body of another murder victim was discovered only hours earlier. It becomes downright dangerous once the charismatic viscount unearths the surprising connection between the men as well as the many powerful enemies with motives for their murder—including his own father. Harris weaves palpable period detail and romantic subplots with such ease that her occasional descriptive laziness, such as repeats of fiercely blue St. Cyr eyes, grates inordinately. But it shouldn't keep you from being swept up by her seductive antihero at his swashbuckling best. (Nov.)
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"From dissolute and disillusioned to insightful and probing, Sebastian St. Cyr, Viscount Devlin, has evolved into a fascinating and effective detective as he moves stealthily among the ton to investigate murders in London's upper echelon. Harris' deft touch with atmosphere and history weaves a rich tapestry for his complex tale of a murderer driven by fear. This first-class historical mystery will put Harris in the stratosphere of some of the best historical writers."
-Romantic Times, 4 1/2 Stars, Top Pick

"Harris combines all the qualities of a solid Regency in the tradition of Georgette Heyer by pairing two strong characters trying to ignore their mutual attraction while solving a crime together. ANyone who likes Amanda Quick and/or reading the reissued Heyer novels will love this series."
-Library Journal (Starred Review)