The Art of Dying
by Ambrose Parry
✅ Editor: Canongate Books Ltd
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Have hooked a series of readers with pitch-perfect debut, The Way of all Flesh, Ambrose Parry returns for an equally lively and compelling the second train of the shady streets of Victorian Edinburgh. The reunion of the apprentice doctor, Raven, and sometimes his partners, the discovery, the waitress Sarah Fisher, The Art of Dying follows the bloody breadcrumbs to a series of mysterious deaths throughout the city. With Will and Sarah’s own legal risk, and reputation on the line, the stakes are high and the reason is more diabolical than you can imagine. With layers, impeccably researched historical detail, this is wickedly atmospheric period crime perfection. Our Scottish Book of the Month for September 2019, Edinburgh, 1850. Despite being at the forefront of modern medicine, hordes of patients who are dying throughout the city, with the doctors to find their remedies, helpless. But not only is the death that dismayed the esteemed Dr. James Simpson – a smear campaign trying to blame him for the death of a patient under suspicious circumstances. Simpson pupil Will be Raven and former waitress Sarah Fisher are determined to clear their patron’s name. But Raven in the fight against the dark side of his nature, and Sarah, trying to extend their medical knowledge beyond what society considers acceptable for a woman, the couple struggles to understand the cause of the deaths. You and Sarah must unite and immerse yourself in Edinburgh’s roads and to clear his name. But soon they discover that the real cause of these deaths has avoided the suspicion purely because it is so unthinkable.
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