The Eighth Circle of Hell

The Eighth Circle of Hell

by Gary Dolman

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ISBN-13: 9780993420801
Publisher: Gentian Grower Products Ltd
Publication date: 10/16/2015
Series: Atticus & Lucie Fox , #2
Pages: 354
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.74(d)

About the Author

Gary Dolman was born in County Durham, England, in the early 1960s. He lives now in North Yorkshire with his wife, children and dogs.

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The Eighth Circle of Hell 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
pipster2 More than 1 year ago
This book's topic was one I knew little about, and even though it was a bit shocking, it was never too grisly to read. In fact, it was so well written that it should be considered a classic right up there amongst Dickens, Collins, and Sir Conan Doyle. The author truly makes you care for the main character/victim, while despising the antagonist and his followers. The husband/wife detective team are very likable, and the mystery is an added bonus that will keep the reader spellbound~~I highly recommend this book!!!
Mirella More than 1 year ago
In Victorian England, Elizabeth Wilson is a very young orphan, but the orphanage where she lives is not what it seems. It is run by unscrupulous, debauched patrons who force the young girls, and sometimes boys, to work as prostitutes. It is a brutal, no-holds-barred tale of Victorian England and the Defloration Mania that gripped society during that era. The story is told through flashbacks by the heroine who is elderly and recalls the dark days of her childhood. It is a story about cruelty, violation, betrayal, and helplessness. To say the book stirs emotions while reading it would be an understatement – this story grips the reader with horror, anger, misery, and cruelty. It is an unforgettable journey into a long ago time that is not much different than today’s society.  This is the type of book that will stay with you for many years. Readers will be distressed, captivated, and awestruck by this tale. The author’s writing style is powerful and adds to the thrill the book provides. This book is more than memorable – it is an important expose on the cruelties faced by the sexual slave trade that still exists today. Bravo Gary Doman. More books please!