Malpractice [A Baltimore Historical Mystery] [NOOK Book]

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Ex-Pinkerton and ex-Union sharpshooter Oliver Redcastle is hired to find a kidnapped boy. His search takes him to the mean streets of Baltimore in 1884 and the dangerous harbor where many unwary immigrants are sacrificed in the "Oyster Wars." To save a child Oliver must confront grave-robbers, mediums, unscrupulous physicians, a mad scientist and the "ghost of an old love." Before his mission is complete he even has to outshoot Annie Oakley. [Cover art by Dirk A. Wolf]
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Malpractice [A Baltimore Historical Mystery]

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Overview

Ex-Pinkerton and ex-Union sharpshooter Oliver Redcastle is hired to find a kidnapped boy. His search takes him to the mean streets of Baltimore in 1884 and the dangerous harbor where many unwary immigrants are sacrificed in the "Oyster Wars." To save a child Oliver must confront grave-robbers, mediums, unscrupulous physicians, a mad scientist and the "ghost of an old love." Before his mission is complete he even has to outshoot Annie Oakley. [Cover art by Dirk A. Wolf]
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Tami Brady
Malpractice: A Baltimore Historical Mystery is an onion of detail. The reader starts out with the very interesting character of Bertram and then gets into the actual mystery. It seems that with every interview and with every new piece of information that the detective gleams that the story becomes deeper and multileveled.
John Reviewer
Titchener is a practiced writer with some 40 novels to her credit and she doesn't bog the narrative down with unnecessary detail. But, there is enough to satisfy the discriminating reader and provide the ambiance of a city she obviously loves. I soon identified the real villain, though that didn't prevent me from wanting to read on. My only regret is that the novel was not longer. This was not the first of the Redcastle novels and I, for one, hope it will not be the last. 5 beacons.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000099582
  • Publisher: Hard Shell Word Factory
  • Publication date: 6/1/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 688,832
  • File size: 220 KB

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