Book review: Old maps and new technology propel a labyrinthine plot in ‘The Cartographers’

Combining mystery with a soupçon of fantasy, the supernatural and literary fiction, Shepherd delivers an insightful story about obsession — the things that give us comfort, yet can agitate us, how an obsession can guide a person, or destroy you. “The Cartographers” also is a tale of families, the unshakeable bonds of parents and children, of true friendships that withstand any adversary, of unconditional love and a valentine to libraries. Even when “The Cartographers” dips into “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” territory, Shepherd keeps the tenets of mysteries paramount.


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