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All Is Fair: The Split Worlds - Book 3 by Emma Newman
Review by Drew Bittner
Angry Robot Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780857663269
Date: 24 September 2013 List Price $14.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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Misguided into an act of treachery, William Iris is now Duke of Londinium. His wife Catherine, dragged back into the world of the fae courts by Lord Poppy, seeks a more permanent escape, despite some terrible setbacks. Meanwhile, a grim Arbiter and his gargoyle partner close in on answers to their own mystery, while a widower makes his own inquiries into his wife's demise.

Such is the setting in which <>All is Fair<> begins.

From official release/information:

Product Description: William Iris struggles to keep the throne of Londinium whilst hated by his own court and beset by outsiders, while Cathy discovers the legacy of her former governess. But those who dare to speak out about Society are always silenced. Sometimes for good.

While trying to avoid further torments from the mercurial fae, Sam finds himself getting tangled in the affairs of the Elemental Court. But an unexpected offer from the powerful and enigmatic Lord Iron turns out to be far more than Sam bargained for.

Max and the gargoyle are getting closer to uncovering who is behind the murder of the Bath Chapter and the corruption in London and Max finds the gargoyle's controversial ideas harder to ignore. Can he stay true to his sworn duty without being destroyed by his own master, whose insanity threatens to unravel them all?

(Source: Angry Robot)

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