From Barbarism to Decadence: Guilded Age Murder

| April 16, 2015

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From Barbarism to Decadence: Guilded Age Murder

It was the Gilded Age and New York City was a place of great decadence and overwhelming poverty. For New York Police Detective Fergus Cahan it was the city where he lived and worked. For his erudite and wealthy friend Gilbert Russell it was his playground. When a murderer leaves a painting on the wall in the blood of the victim, Cahan enlists Russell’s assistance. Together they end up investigation a series of murders, which leads to cabal of men attempting to control the fate of New York.

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