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The third gripping instalment in an exciting new generation of Pitt novels, from the New York Times best-selling author and queen of Victorian crime, Anne Perry.
It is 1910, and a warehouse fire on the banks of the Thames has left one criminal dead and another charged with his murder. Convinced of his innocence, Jessie Beale begs barrister Daniel Pitt to defend the accused. It's a hopeless case - unless Daniel can find an expert witness, whose testimony on fire damage is so utterly convincing that any jury would believe him.
Daniel's friend Miriam Ford Croft was taught by formidable forensic scientist Sir Barnabas Saltram, who has built his reputation on giving evidence of this kind. But when Saltram agrees to testify, thus saving an innocent man from the gallows, Daniel unwittingly starts a chain of events that has devastating consequences for all of them....
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keeps you on your toes all the time!
Good mix of intrigue, history, adressing equality issues of the time, promoting choosing the right over the easy option with horror and romance woven in so as to not make me uncomfortable but interested and eager romance hear more. also we'll narrated.
More like the first one
This was more alike to the the first book and had pace from the beginning with three murders along the way.
I have also become used to the new narrator as book two threw me a little with the change. But Christopher Bonwell does a fab job ;-)