Umberto Eco's The Prague Cemetery
I read very little historical fiction, but I do read Umberto Eco.
Theo Tait for the Guardian, 4 November, David Bell, "Conspiracy Porn," TNR, 9 November (subscriber only), Michael Dirda for the Washington Post, 9 November, Lisa Appignanesi for the Independent, 11 November, and Daniel Levin for the Daily Beast, 12 November, review Umberto Eco's The Prague Cemetery.
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