The Whitechapel Conspiracy

The Whitechapel Conspiracy

Book - 2001
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Bow Street Superintendent Thomas Pitt and his wife, Charlotte, return in an intricately plotted and highly atmospheric novel of murder and political conspiracy that moves from elegant drawing rooms to the most desperate slums in late Victorian London. An Anne Perry novel is a delight to read as much for its Victorian-era details as for the mystery it unfolds.--Chicago Tribune.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Pub. Group, 2001
ISBN: 9780345433282
Characteristics: 341 p


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polar_bear Jul 03, 2012

Cleverly plotted. Description of the historical context is excellent although I did notice one or two factual errors. The leading characters are very well-rounded and seem very human. The description of the marriage of the leading characters is warm and insightful. Other characters are less easy to grasp.

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