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The Devil and the Dark Water

History and mystery lovers alike will delight in the heart-racing escapades of The Devil and the Dark Water.

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Review of ‘The Devil and the Dark Water’

With The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, British writer Stuart Turton kept readers guessing Agatha Christie-style as they investigated a mystery with a time- and body-hopping detective named Aiden Bishop. In The Devil and the Dark Water, Turton presents readers with another cat-and-mouse game, but a vastly different setting: A galleon that sets sail from the Dutch East…

Interview with Stuart Turton

A dead body is “a brilliant jumping-off point,” remarks British novelist Stuart Turton, speaking by phone from his home in Hertfordshire, England.

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