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William Monk faces an old enemy determined to take revenge for an act committed many years ago - before he lost his memory.

Anne Perry's outstanding new historical mystery takes us on a thrilling ride into Monk's past, as adversaries he cannot remember threaten everything he holds dear.

©2016 Anne Perry (P)2016 Headline Digital

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  • Arcticangel.
  • 05-31-16

Gripping.

Another masterpiece from Anne Perry. The way her characters are drawn is nothing short of genius. I am always sorry to finish one of her books, and always anxiously await the next one.

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  • John
  • 01-01-17

A Very Sorry Addition to the Monk Series!

Normally a great fan of Anne Perry's stories, I found this one very disappointing! The plot was far fetched, and the court procedure improbable in the extreme!
One has the feeling that it was dashed out to make the quota!

A hearty congratulations to the reader who does her superb best to bring life and credibility to the characters, and make sense of the incredible plot!

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  • 06-10-16

Poor continuity

I have been an avid reader of Anne Perry's William Monk stories for many years, and, although the story was enthralling, in previous books Monk has had fears of rowing boats in the Highland Isles and on the coast of Northumbria since losing his memory. However, in this book he was an adventurer and a great seaman prior to the carriage accident. Though this will not prevent me from continuing to read Anne Perry books, long may she reign!