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Red Diamonds

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By: (1830-1912)

"Red Diamonds" by Justin McCarthy is a captivating read that combines history, mystery, and romance in a beautifully crafted story. Set against the backdrop of the Russian Revolution, McCarthy paints a vivid picture of the chaos and uncertainty of the time, as well as the opulence and luxury of the elite class.

The characters in the novel are well-developed and intriguing, each with their own motivations and secrets. The protagonist, Anna, is a strong and determined woman who is both relatable and admirable. Her quest to uncover the truth about the mysterious red diamonds leads her on a thrilling adventure filled with danger and intrigue.

McCarthy's writing is evocative and atmospheric, bringing the setting to life and drawing the reader into the story. The plot is full of twists and turns, keeping the reader guessing until the very end. The romance in the novel is tender and heartfelt, adding an emotional depth to the narrative.

Overall, "Red Diamonds" is a captivating and engaging read that will appeal to fans of historical fiction, mystery, and romance. McCarthy has created a rich and immersive world that will stay with readers long after they have finished the book.

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In the South African wilderness, six men got together to mine for diamonds and become very rich. They agree that the wealth is to be split equally between them or their heirs after a few years and that the share of any one who died without leaving an heir or whose heir died before the time would be split between the remaining partners.

Soon, all heirs are notified and wait expectantly for the first of January, on which the diamonds are to be divided between the partners. However, the diamonds are becoming increasingly blood stained, and January the first is still some time off...

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