The Wisdom of Dead Men

The Wisdom of Dead Men

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The British Empire is no longer the authority it once was. Instead, it's controlled by private business organizations--the most powerful of which is Ireland's ruthless Wildenstern family. Eighteen-year-old Nathaniel Wildenstern has given up his dreams of travel and adventure to devote himself to being his brother Berto's head of security. With the help of his wife, Daisy. Berto wants to change the barbaric ways of the clan. But there are many among the Wildensterns who like things the way they are, and will resort to whatever devious methods necessary to keep them that way. Meanwhile, the burned bodies of women are appearing around Dublin. When a connection to the Wildenstern family is discovered, Nate, Daisy, and Nate's sister Tatiana decide to investigate. Soon they are digging into shadowy societies and dark family secrets that date back to the origin of the part-animal. part-machine enigmals. And what the young Wildensterns find could shed light on the savage nature of their family itself.
Publisher: New York : Open Road Integrated Media, Inc., 2015
ISBN: 9781497665897
Branch Call Number: YA MCGANN
Characteristics: 399 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm


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