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Edinburgh, 1817: a gothic tale full of mystery and romance . . .
Hazel Sinnett is a lady who wants to be a surgeon more than she wants to marry.
Jack Currer is a resurrection man who's trying to survive in a city where it's far too easy to die.
When the two of them have a chance encounter outside the Edinburgh Anatomist's Society, neither realise that it will change their lives for ever . . .
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Despite being thrown out of Dr Beecham's lectures, Hazel is determined not to compromise on her ambitions. But without official lessons, Hazel will need more than just her books - she'll need corpses to study. Lucky that she's just made the acquaintance of someone who digs them up for a living.
Unfortunately, Jack has his own problems: dangerous men are skulking around the cemeteries, his friends are disappearing off the streets and the city slums are plagued with a mysterious illness. Nobody seems to care - until Hazel.
With so much on the line, Hazel and Jack must work together to uncover the secrets buried beyond the unmarked graves - in the very heart of Edinburgh society . . .
'Diabolically delightful. A love story, a murder mystery, and a horror novel bound up together in ghoulish stitches' Maureen Johnson
'A fast-paced, utterly engrossing tale of mystery, romance, and cadavers' Alwyn Hamilton
Dana Schwartz is a television writer and the creator of the number-one charting history podcast Noble Blood. As a journalist and critic, Dana has written for Entertainment Weekly, Marie Claire, Glamour, GQ, Cosmopolitan, Vanity Fair and more. She lives in Los Angeles with her fiancé, and their cats Eddie and Beetlejuice. Her books include Choose Your Own Disaster, The White Man's Guide to White Male Writers of the Western Canon, and Anatomy: A Love Story.