“A typical Anne Perry story, not so graphic in the details of the crimes, but giving the reader great depth into the characters of the protagonists and the villain, as well as a wealth of s
Gracie Tellman, happily married and the mother of three young children, is shocked when Millie Foster, the daughter of her deceased best friend, shows up at her house.
“Perry is a master of the British historical novel, this time leaving the Victorian era behind and delving into a new but volatile century.”
“Triple Jeopardy shows emphatically that Perry’s best writing exhumes the motives of the human heart.”
Sir John Halberd is found dead in the Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park, London.
The 22nd title in Anne Perry’s fascinating and addictive William Monk series is an example of how a talented author can maintain a character’s freshness in a long running series.
Anne Perry’s Christmas novels are comfort food for the reader who wants a short mystery novel with a holiday theme.
“The series is renowned for its accurate and often devastating presentation of Victorian London—a world of stark polarities between rich and poor.”
“Anne Perry writes with great assurance about these Victorians stuck in their notions of how to behave, how desperate they are to maintain their superiority—and how little all that will mea
This book revolves around a whopper of a moral problem: What do you do when only you are in a position to stop great evil, at the cost of betraying a promise and ruining your life?
“The monsters Anne Perry creates are not easy to live with, and their actions linger long after the book is closed.”
“Babe Ruth didn’t hit a home run every game.” Anne Perry’s Christmas novellas are treats for her fans, starved for more Victorian suspense from the master.
“Anne Perry puts the reader in the middle of London . . . tackling a terrifying subject with high style.”