The Book of Lamps and Banners

Exquisitely suspenseful and suffused with paranoia that is very much of our present moment.

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Review of ‘The Book of Lamps and Banners’

Cass Neary is hard-up for cash and stranded in London when she hears about a rare book deal and attends the sale out of curiosity. The meeting turns deadly, and she learns that the book may have powers beyond our understanding. In the chaos that follows, Cass explores the resurgent white nationalist movement in Europe…

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