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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"This provocative tale, extremely well read by Davina Porter, is highly recommended.�" (Library Journal)
Classical Pianist Wannabe
No, because there are so many other books I wish to read.
Surprised and I like to be surprised with mysteries.
Emphasis, good diction, intonation of the different British accents.
When Thomas comes in bone-tired and wet, and Charlotte has a towel in her hands waiting for him. They sit in companionship.
Anne Perry's Knowledge of the Period is without peers
Davina Porter is a Wonderful reader - the Passion and the Tension is there
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