Dark Assassin (William Monk Mystery, Book 15): A dark and gritty mystery from the depths of Victorian London - William Monk Mystery (Paperback)
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Dark Assassin (William Monk Mystery, Book 15): A dark and gritty mystery from the depths of Victorian London - William Monk Mystery (Paperback)

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Paperback 384 Pages / Published: 04/09/2006
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The two figures had been on the bridge. He had grasped hold of her. To save her, or to push her?

Inspector William Monk is still feeling his way in a new post in the Thames River Police and knows he must solve the mystery to gain the respect of his men. Soon both he and Hester find themselves powerfully involved in the story of the dead woman, Mary Havilland, and her quest to vindicate her father, found dead two months previously. An engineer working for the Argyll Construction Company, James Havilland was convinced a major disaster would happen in the tunnels where London's desperately needed new sewer system was being built. Maddened by his obsession, he'd apparently shot himself. Mary had never accepted that and now she was dead too. Was it chance or something more sinister?

Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780755320592
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 220 g
Dimensions: 178 x 110 x 30 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
'Brilliant . . . That rare blend of novel that's a page-turning thriller yet literary... Dark Assassin continues Author Perry's peerless tradition of blending compelling plotting with finely realized human emotion and superb period detail' * Jeffery Deaver *
'Brilliant . . . That rare blend of novel that's a page-turning thriller yet literary - and, best of all, one that gives us lucky readers the chance to enjoy another adventure by our favorite Victorian police superintendent William Monk. Dark Assassin continues author Perry's peerless tradition of blending compelling plotting with finely realized human emotion and superb period detail' * Jeffery Deaver *
'Anne Perry is a cross between Charles Dickens and Ian Rankin, writing beautifully crafted Victorian crime.' Henry Sutton, The Mirror * The Mirror *

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