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Review of ‘The Scribe’

Few writers seem to understand the difficult balance between historical detail and suspense better than Edgar Award finalist Matthew Guinn. His second novel, The Scribe, is a master class in historical mystery.

The time is 1881, the place is Atlanta on the eve of the International Cotton Exposition. Post-Reconstruction, the city is ready to present…

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