Thieves' Quarry

Thieves' Quarry

Book - 2013
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A former sailor with a troubled past, Ethan Kaille's a thieftaker, using conjuring skills to hunt down those who steal from the good citizens of Boston. And while chasing down miscreants in 1768 makes his life a perilous one, the simmering political tensions between loyalists like himself and rabble-rousing revolutionaries like Samuel Adams and others of his ilk are perhaps even more dangerous to his health.
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2013
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780765327628
0765327627
Characteristics: 316 pages : map ; 25 cm

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JCLJaredH Jul 15, 2013

Urban fantasy and history. Who knew that they could go so well together? The sequel to Thieftaker, Ethan Kaile is back with all his strengths, weaknesses, and magic. Jackson does a wonderful job of bringing out the tension between colonial Boston and the English crown as Kaile tries to solve his latest mystery. All the characters, both fictional and historical, have realistic personalities (except for Miss Pryce who still seems over the top). You don't need to have read Thieftaker to enjoy this book. Jackson does a good job of explaining previous stories without detracting from this one. A great read for fans of Harry Dresden

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