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When a Trinity College history professor is found murdered with a torn page of a seventeenth-century diary in his hand, fellow Claire Donovan and historian Andrew Kent believe his death may be linked to a series of unsolved killings in 1670s London.
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"Phillips's command of period detail and her sure touch with emotional relationships help make this a standout." -- "Publishers Weekly", starred review
"This engrossing tale might have been a page turner for me except that I found myself lingering on every fascinating period detail Christi Phillips lavished on this first-class historical mystery." -- Anne Easter Smith, author of "The King's Grace"
"Intricate, intriguing, "The Devlin Diary" is deliciously absorbing. Read it obsessively -- it's a story that will wrap you in laughter and tears." -- Perri O'Shaughnessy, "New York Times" bestselling author
"Lyrically written, "The Devlin Diary" introduces two of the most witty, gifted, and resourceful heroines you will find between the covers of one book." -- Stephanie Cowell, author of "Marrying Mozart"
Christi Phillips is the author of The Rossetti Letter, which has been translated into six foreign languages. Her research combines a few of her favorite things: old books, libraries, and travel. When she's not rummaging around in an archive or exploring the historic heart of a European city, she lives with her husband in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she is at work on her next novel, set in France. Visit www.christi-phillips.com.
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