By Anne Perry
For a iteration, Anne Perry’s New York Times bestselling novels have invited readers to discover the brilliantly seductive center of Victorian London, the place nice wealth and nice evil dwell aspect by way of facet, and nice males occasionally make unlucky choices.
In Perry’s gorgeous new novel, Hester Monk, the spouse of William Monk, commander of the Thames River Police, questions the funds of a London church whose members’ well-merited charitable presents seem to have ended up within the pocket of charismatic preacher Abel Taft, deciding to buy his advantageous domestic and the fashionable clothes of his spouse and daughters.
Taft is accused of extortion, and fantastic barrister Oliver Rathbone, newly appointed a pass judgement on, is selected to preside over his trial. it kind of feels transparent that Taft is certainly in charge. besides the fact that, on the final moment, the safety produces a witness who thoroughly undermines the fees. Then Rathbone makes a well-meaning yet reckless stream that may smash his profession, his attractiveness, and his life.
Blind Justice offers a wealthy and vigorous landscape of London existence, from the teeming Thames docks to the rich West finish, whereas unfolding a powerful court drama. And whereas justice, legislations, and morality cling within the stability, Hester and Monk race to avoid wasting their amazing buddy Rathbone from shame. The incomparable artwork of Anne Perry grips us speedy till the ultimate, unforgettable scene.
PRAISE FOR ANNE PERRY AND HER WILLIAM MONK NOVELS
A Sunless Sea
“Anne Perry’s Victorian mysteries are marvels.”—The big apple occasions publication Review
“Masterful storytelling and relocating dialogue.”—The Star-Ledger
“[An] engrossing page-turner . . . There’s not anyone higher at utilizing phrases to color a scene after which fill it with sounds and scents than Anne Perry.”—The Boston Globe
“Brilliant . . . a page-turning mystery . . . mixing compelling plotting with beautifully discovered human emotion and beautiful interval detail.”—Jeffery Deaver, writer of Edge
The moving Tide
“The mysterious and unsafe waterfront international of London’s ‘longest street,’ the Thames, involves life.”—South Florida Sun-Sentinel
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