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Altar of Bones

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This conspiracy thriller from the pseudonymous Carter opens in 1937 with a rousing Siberian prison camp escape, but the present-day action soon turns predictable. After the murder of Katya Orlova, the grandmother of San Francisco lawyer Zoe Dmitroff, … see full wiki

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Publisher: Gallery Books
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Bridget's Review

  • Mar 9, 2011
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+5
The entire time I was reading this book, I felt like I was watching everything unfold. Philip's word choice makes it possible to envision everything with clarity, Altar of Bones is an absolute thrill-ride with an amazing plot. I recommend this book to anyone who is up for a little adventure.

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