Posted on 27th April 2011

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The London Satyr

Historical fiction can be tricky. It’s not that they do things differently in the past, but that that difference always seems to be done the same way. Robert Edric’s The London Satyr is therefore invigorating for the tactful, almost pointed manner in which it sidesteps every genre cliché even as each seems to hover menacingly…