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As commander of the powerful Special Branch Thomas Pitt has the job of keeping Britain safe from spies and traitors So there’s no obvious reason why he is suddenly ordered to investigate two minor incidents the blood hair and shards of glass discovered outside the home of naval weapons expert Dudley Kynaston and the simulta. Three books before I reach the end of this seriesAfter that the main character switch to Daniel Pitt Thomas and Charlotte s sonCurrently he still only 13 years old boy His book won t publish until November though and he will be a solicitor The book setting will be 10 years after the last Thomas and Charlotte s bookI think that s what I love about this series the characters developmentIt was 17 years since Thomas and Charlotte met in book 1Their lives had never been easy especially with Thomas s common backgroundThere was ups and downs with Thomas s career but one thing which never change they still very much in love probably and the story is getting better and better tooSo now I just enjoy it and wrote the big review in the last book in the series

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Death on Blackheath

Neous disappearance of Mrs Kynaston’s beautiful lady’s maid But weeks later when the mutilated body of an unidentified young woman is found near Kynaston’s home Pitt realizes that this is no ordinary police investigation Far from it Is Kynaston one of Britain’s most valuable scientists leading a double life Is Pitt sa. The premise of this book was ridiculous An MP has heard that a high ranking Naval officer is selling secrets so he grabs a couple of bodies from the morgue and plants them near the officer s house to raise suspicion Why not just contact the head of the Special Branch and tell him what you have heard

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Ddled with a conspiracy so devilishly clever that it will ruin him A baffled Pitt has never needed his friends desperately including his indomitable wife Charlotte; his canny old colleague Victor Narraway; and his personal drawing room spy Lady Vespasia Cumming Gould But even these allies may not be able to save Pitt or Brita. There is no mistaking Anne Perry s style She approaches the Victorian era as though it is current day and delivers daily living by deeply thinking adversaries It s exactly the way I like to learn my history by making it an integral part of a story In this one Pitt is confronted by the death of a ladies maid or is it Charlotte and her sister Emily play their parts in their limited roles as wives of men in different social strata Great aunt Vespasia is her commanding best in a role that Dame Helen Mirren could knock out


10 thoughts on “Death on Blackheath

  1. says:

    Three books before I reach the end of this seriesAfter that the main character switch to Daniel Pitt Thomas and Charlotte's sonCurrently he st

  2. says:

    I have said and I believe this that Anne Perry must have lived in the Victorian era After twenty nine volumes of her Thomas and Charlotte Pitt mystery series she continues to prove me right No one uite captures this age of manners and

  3. says:

    A weird horrible and seemingly unconnected to Pitt and Special Branch murder exposes something far worse TREASON Ba ba bum Or does it?And what is up with the broken glass and HAIR all over the area steps?It's a headscratcher to be sure and also contains so much of my least favorite thing but let's face it it's why I keep reading w

  4. says:

    I received this an uncorrected proof from the publisherAs a devoted reader of both Anne Perry series I was delighted to read her latest in the Pitt series Death on Blackheath Thomas Pitt now in charge of Special Branch has not lost his special way of maneuvering in a criminal investigation between the upstairs do

  5. says:

    The premise of this book was ridiculous An MP has heard that a high ranking Naval officer is selling secrets so he grabs a couple of bodies from the morgue and plants them near the officer's house to raise suspicion? Why not just contact the head of the Special Branch and tell him what you have heard?

  6. says:

    It's always a risk coming into a series blank Obviously Charlotte and Thomas Pitt have 28 previous novels of hi

  7. says:

    How wonderful it is to return to an author I have enjoyed in the past and find that her work still has the high standards I had found in her previous books Anne Perry has a long record of published novels but the uality has not diminished from my first experience with “The Cater Street Hangman” where she beg

  8. says:

    There is no mistaking Anne Perry's style She approaches the Victorian era as though it is current day and delivers daily living by

  9. says:

    This one was a bit all over the place But I've come to the conclusion that Vespasia is a vampire as she's now younger than when the series first started which is almost a 20 years time span Now that is a mystery worthy of a Pitt investigation

  10. says:

    The book opened well enough Unfortunately it uickly became as bogged down as the investigation As the plot slowed to a trickle the author resorted to melodramatic flourishes to try to maintain interest which didn't resonate with me I