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The Luminaries

A bold neo-Victorian murder mystery set in a remote gold-mining frontier town in 19th-century New Zealand. In 1866, a weary Englishman lands in a gold-mining frontier town on the coast of New Zealand to make his fortune and forever leave behind his family's shame. On arrival, he stumbles across a tense gathering of twelve local men who have met in secret to investigate what links three crimes that occurred on a single day, events in which each man finds himself implicated in some way.

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  • "It is 1866, and Walter Moody has come to make his fortune upon the West Coast goldfields. On the night of his arrival, he stumbles across a tense gathering of twelve local men, who have met in secret to discuss a series of unsolved crimes. A wealthy man has vanished, a whore has tried to end her life, and an enormous sum of money has been discovered in the home of a luckless drunk. Moody is soon drawn into the mystery: a network of fates and fortunes that is as complex and exquisitely patterned as the night sky."
  • "A bold neo-Victorian murder mystery set in a remote gold-mining frontier town in 19th-century New Zealand. In 1866, a weary Englishman lands in a gold-mining frontier town on the coast of New Zealand to make his fortune and forever leave behind his family's shame. On arrival, he stumbles across a tense gathering of twelve local men who have met in secret to investigate what links three crimes that occurred on a single day, events in which each man finds himself implicated in some way."@en
  • "A murder mystery set in a remote gold-mining frontier town in 19th-century New Zealand. Arriving in New Zealand in 1866 a weary Englishman, Walter Moody, lands in a gold-mining frontier town on the coast of New Zealand to make his fortune and forever leave behind his family's shame. On arrival, he stumbles across a tense gathering of twelve local men who have met in secret to investigate what links three crimes that occurred on a single day, events in which each man finds himself implicated in some way. Moody finds himself drawn into a series of unsolved crimes and complex mysteries."@en
  • "Eleanor Catton was only 22 when she wrote The RehearsalThe Luminaries."@en
  • "Aangetrokken door de goudkoorts in Nieuw-Zeeland belandt een jonge Schot in 1866 vrijwel direct na zijn aankomst in een geheime bijeenkomst van twaalf mannen die proberen enkele raadselachtige misdrijven te ontrafelen die op een en dezelfde dag hebben plaatsgevonden."
  • "This novel is a murder mystery set in a remote gold-mining frontier town in 19th-century New Zealand. Arriving in New Zealand in 1866 a weary Englishman, Walter Moody, lands in a gold-mining frontier town on the coast of New Zealand to make his fortune and forever leave behind his family's shame. On arrival, he stumbles across a tense gathering of twelve local men who have met in secret to investigate what links three crimes that occurred on a single day, events in which each man finds himself implicated in some way. Moody finds himself drawn into a series of unsolved crimes and complex mysteries."@en
  • "Arriving in New Zealand in 1866 to seek his fortune in the goldfields, Walter Moody finds himself drawn into a series of unsolved crimes and complex mysteries."@en

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  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Romans (teksten)"
  • "Detective and mystery stories"
  • "Suspense fiction."@en
  • "New Zealand fiction"
  • "Historical fiction."@en
  • "Historical fiction."
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "History"
  • "History."@en
  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Genres littéraires."

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  • "The Luminaries"@en
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  • "The luminaries /"@en
  • "Luminaries."
  • "The luminaries"
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  • "The luminaries."