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Resurrection Row: A Charlotte and Thomas Pitt Novel | [Anne Perry]

Resurrection Row: A Charlotte and Thomas Pitt Novel

Fourth in the series of Charlotte and Thomas Pitt mysteries, Anne Perry's Resurrection Row explores the dark undercurrents that run through the lives of the idle rich in Victorian England. After a wonderful night at the theatre, Thomas and Charlotte find themselves confronted with a corpse in the driver's seat of a cab. Even more shocking, it is the body of a peer who had been decently buried the week before.
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Publisher's Summary

Fourth in the series of Charlotte and Thomas Pitt mysteries, Anne Perry's Resurrection Row explores the dark undercurrents that run through the lives of the idle rich in Victorian England.

After a wonderful night at the theatre, Thomas and Charlotte find themselves confronted with a corpse in the driver's seat of a cab. Even more shocking, it is the body of a peer who had been decently buried the week before. While the doctor insists Lord Fitzroy-Hammond died a natural death, the Pitts find the situation anything but natural. Determined to get to the bottom of things, Inspector Pitt begins his investigation within the proper channels while his intrepid wife, Charlotte, renews a tie from her past to get inside Lord Fitzroy-Hammond's world. But as they dig their way closer the truth, they find themselves in danger from forces who will do anything to keep it buried.

Don't miss the other Charlotte and Thomas Pitt mysteries.

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What the Critics Say

"This provocative tale, extremely well read by Davina Porter, is highly recommended.�" (Library Journal)

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    Kathi Sterling, VA, United States 10-11-13
    Kathi Sterling, VA, United States 10-11-13 Member Since 2010

    Have re-discovered "quality time." Evenings listening to good books have replaced mindless tv watching. What a difference!

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    "Another good book in the series"

    I very much enjoy Anne Perry's Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series. This book involves a complex story--leading the listener along several lines of plot development before pulling things together. This makes for an enjoyable mystery experience.

    In this book, Pitt is first investigating what are almost comical incidents of grave robbing, though certainly not funny to the people involved. But this morphs into a far more serious situation when someone they all know unexpectedly turns up dead.

    Perry has an interesting way of weaving concepts of good and evil into some of her books--and some of the characters in this one are excellent examples of that mixture.

    My only (very tiny) complaint is that Perry sometimes ends her stories a little too abruptly. She takes pages (hours, for the listener) laying out complex plots, developing the characters in minute ways (which is part of what makes them so good--she is such a keen observer of human minds and behaviors). So it is a bit jarring when the ending seems to come all of a sudden. Others may feel differently--but that is my only concern--and really, a small one at that.

    Recommend this book, if you like this series--but also if you like the historical time when policemen were just beginning to create themselves into a trusted group--who have to find ways to overcome class lines in getting the aristocracy to cooperate in their investigations.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
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    Leigh Billingsley California 06-24-13
    Leigh Billingsley California 06-24-13 Member Since 2011

    Fan of mystery & romance -- particularly of historical persuasion!"

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    "Love the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series!"

    Another terrific book in the series by Anne Perry, and as always, Davina Porter does an amazing job with the narration!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Cecilia Arlington, Virginia, United States 12-07-12
    Cecilia Arlington, Virginia, United States 12-07-12 Member Since 2010

    Classical Pianist Wannabe

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    "A quick, good uncomplicated good read."
    Would you listen to Resurrection Row again? Why?

    No, because there are so many other books I wish to read.


    What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

    Surprised and I like to be surprised with mysteries.


    What does Davina Porter bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    Emphasis, good diction, intonation of the different British accents.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    When Thomas comes in bone-tired and wet, and Charlotte has a towel in her hands waiting for him. They sit in companionship.


    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Patricia Battle Creek, MI, United States 05-24-12
    Patricia Battle Creek, MI, United States 05-24-12 Member Since 2011
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    "One of the Greatest"
    Where does Resurrection Row rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    Anne Perry's Knowledge of the Period is without peers


    What about Davina Porter’s performance did you like?

    Davina Porter is a Wonderful reader - the Passion and the Tension is there


    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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