Dark Asylum

Dark Asylum

The lips had been darned closed with six long, black, stitches. Clumsily executed, they gave the face a crude deaths-head appearance, like a child's drawing scrawled upon a wall . . . 1851, Angel Meadow Asylum. Dr Rutherford, principal physician to the insane, is found dead, his head bashed in, his ears cut off, his lips and eyes stitched closed. The police direct their a...

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Title:Dark Asylum
Author:E.S. Thomson
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:384 pages

Dark Asylum Reviews

  • rin
    Jan 07, 2017
    omg???? i decided to check if there's a sequel at all????? and it's in march???? SIGN ME TF UPthe cover is beautifullllll...
  • nikkia neil
    Mar 05, 2017
    Love this series! It's full of adventure, friendship, and illusion. We get to know Gem and Will more each novel but they still surprises me each time. The apothecary shop and garden, asylum and London come alive. HIstorical mystery at its finest. ...
  • Kate
    Mar 02, 2017
    A great follow up to Beloved Poison. I love the mood of these books.A review: https://forwinternights.wordpress.com......
  • Puzzle Doctor
    Mar 24, 2017
    An outstanding atmospheric mystery. Full review at classicmystery.wordpress.com...
  • Anna-Klara Aronsson
    Apr 10, 2017
    Hm jag gillade Beloved Poison och såg fram emot uppföljaren, Dark Asylum. Kanske läste jag den För hafsigt eller så är den sämre....Det är 1800 tal och någon slags skruvat viktorianskt England. Jem Flockhart är den unga kvinnan som lever som man för att kunna arbeta ...
  • Juliet Barker
    May 05, 2017
    This second in the Jem Flockhart series is, in my opinion, better than the first, which I also really enjoyed. It is slightly less gruesome which some may prefer, and it is tightly plotted and well written. I love the author's historic detail and obvious enjoyment of her subject - she makes everythi...
  • Jane Cross
    May 09, 2017
    To be honest this book wasn't for me. I liked the different protagonist, Jem Flockhart . The historical details are interesting and well researched .But I just found the story lacked strength. I didn't care about any characters and wasn't surprised with the end.For a grisly tale it pulled its punche...
  • Olga Wojtas
    May 12, 2017
    This is the follow-up to "Beloved Poison," the first Jem Flockhart novel, and E S Thomson has had no problem with that tricky second album. This is just as gripping and intriguing, with apothecary Jem and her friend Will Quartermain drawn into an investigation of a horrific murder. Thomson is a mast...