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Charlotte and Thomas Pitt Novels Volume Two

Resurrection Row, Rutland Place, and Bluegate Fields

Return to the ';exemplary Victorian company' of this London sleuthing couple with books four through six in the long-running New York Timesbestselling series (The New York Times). ';For nearly four decades Anne Perry's riveting detective novels have played out against the backdrop of the Victorian era' (The Washington Post). Les mer
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Return to the ';exemplary Victorian company' of this London sleuthing couple with books four through six in the long-running New York Timesbestselling series (The New York Times). ';For nearly four decades Anne Perry's riveting detective novels have played out against the backdrop of the Victorian era' (The Washington Post). Now, in a single volume, readers can enjoy more of this ';unfailingly rewarding' series (The New York Times Book Review). Resurrection Row: Lord Fitzroy-Hammond has been dead and buried three weeks when his corpse turns up sitting atop a hansom cab. It may be a macabre practical jokeor something far more sinister. Grave robbing isn't Inspector Thomas Pitt's usual fare, but the case grows increasingly bizarre as other disinterred bodies appear. And new mother Charlotte Pitt gets involved when her late sister's husband becomes a suspect. Rutland Place: Charlotte's mother asks her help finding a lost locket that contains a compromising picturebut neither of them expect the missing jewelry to lead to a murder case. When another resident of her mother's exclusive neighborhood, known for her prying, is poisoned, Inspector Pitt steps in to discover what secrets the woman may have stumbled upon. Bluegate Fields: The naked body of an aristocratic youth turns up in the sewers beneath Bluegate Fields, one of London's most notorious slums. But Arthur Waybourne was drowned in his bath, not in the Thames. The evidence seems to condemn his tutor, who is sentenced to hang. But Thomas and Charlotte believe there's a cover-up and race to find the real killerbefore an innocent man dangles from the noose.

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