Ruler Of The Night

'Ruler of the Night' is the third book by David Morrell in the Thomas De Quincey series. It is a riveting novel that combines historical fiction with mystery. The year is and De Quincey and his daughter Emily are in London, staying at the Prime Minister's home at /5.

 · Ruler of the Night is a riveting blend of fact and fiction which, like master storyteller David Morrell's previous De Quincey novels, "evokes Victorian London with such finesse that you'll hear the hooves clattering on cobblestones, the racket of dustmen, and Brand: Little, Brown and Company.

The plot of _Ruler of the Night_ is the first (albeit fictional for the purposes of the story) murder on the railway which, in , is still in its infancy. As with the previous books, Morrell's attention to detail regarding early Victorian London as well as a number of real-life personalities (and some combinatiokns of several people) puts readers in the time and place of the plot/5().

In Ruler of the Night, David Morrell uses the first murder on a train as the starting point for the mystery set in Such a tragedy didn't actually occur until , however, and the historical facts of the case are quite different than those penned in the novel.

 · It already has been 10 years since we - Thom and Idir - decided to move forward with Blasterjaxx in the way as it is right now. We’ve been through many highs.


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  1. Ruler of the Night is a riveting blend of fact and fiction which, like master storyteller David Morrell's previous De Quincey novels, "evokes Victorian London with such finesse that you'll hear the hooves clattering on cobblestones, the racket of dustmen, and the shrill calls of vendors" (Entertainment Weekly)/5().

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