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In this highly anticipated sequel, John Madison travels to London to purchase at auction a rare seventeenth-century Italian book of fairy tales for an anonymous client. Madison is warned about the book’s malevolent history. but before he can deliver it to the buyer, he is robbed by a mysterious man claiming to be the book’s author. When his client disappears and the book’s provenance is questioned, Madison must immerse himself in the world of European aristocracy and rare book collectors. As the dark origins of certain fairy tales appear to come to life around him, Madison discovers that a well-loved children’s story contains a necromancer’s spell and points to the source of a deadly Mesopotamian plague.

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  • The Book of Stolen Tales is ‘fabulous’ in every sense of the word. D. J. McIntosh has taken fables and fairy tales that we thought we knew as children and strung them together to create glittering clues to a dark and terrifying secret hidden at the very heart of modern-day Mesopotamia. A fabulous read!”

    Katherine Neville, author of The Eight

  • “D. J. McIntosh is a terrific storyteller, and The Book of Stolen Tales kept me turning pages way past bedtime.”

    Sean Chercover, author of The Trinity Game

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About the Author

D.J. McIntosh is the former coeditor of the Crime Writers of Canada’s newsletter, Fingerprints, and is a Toronto-based writer of novels and short mystery fiction. Her short story “The Hounds of Winter,” published in Blood on the Holly by Baskerville Books, was nominated for the 2008 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Short Story. “A View to Die For” appeared in Bloody Words: The Anthology, also published by Baskerville Books. McIntosh graduated with a BA in English from the University of Toronto.