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The Whitechapel Conspiracy (Thomas and Charlotte Pitt Series #21)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2002

    The Mystery Behind Perry

    We are all aware that the population of people who read books is going down because of too many things to do,with new inventions and stuff.Still,I recommend you to begin reading the first five pages of this book.I assure you that you will get really hooked not because it's fast-paced,but because it is fully-detailed.Every word is important in order to follow and understand what is happening.Now that is what I call real mystery with a mixture of reality.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2001

    Another must-read by Anne Perry

    Once again Anne Perry has constructed a tightly plotted period piece rich with detail and unexpected twists. Although a regular reader will miss familiar characters such as Emily (who barely appears), the author's use of Gracie and Tellman (Pitt's lieutenant) to further the plot. On the audiotape, the skillful narration by David McCallum adds to the authenticity. Most enjoyable.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Exciting historical mystery

    Superintendent Thomas Pitt of the Bow Street police station testifies against John Adinet, under trial for allegedly murdering antiquarian Martin Fetters. Martin and John were best friends who believed in social reform. Though no motive surfaces, circumstantial evidence and Pitt's compelling testimony swings the jury to deliver a guilty verdict. John's appeal fails leaving his execution in three weeks. <P>Meanwhile, the verdict leaves Thomas with some powerful foes since John was a member of the 'Inner Circle', a group of influential men protecting each other's interests. They know that cannot save John, but they need to release their anger while also gaining revenge for one of their members. They go after Pitt starting with obtaining a transfer for him to the East End slum looking for anarchists. This forces John to separate from his wife and children, but his spouse, peers, and friends refuse to sit back while an injustice occurs. <P>Anne Perry, known for her enthralling Victorian historical mysteries, provides her audience with an unusual take on the Ripper murders. The various subplots, each one starring a different main character, adds up to a fascinating and plausible story line. THE WHITECHAPPEL CONSPIRACY highlights the squalor of the lower classes while only a few miles away the heir apparent is hosting a party that could feed the masses for a week. Ms. Perry's fans will receive plenty of pleasure from her latest novel. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted March 7, 2014

    Entire series is Wonderful

    Begin at the beginning or you will find yourself going back anyway. Charlotte and Thomas are the main characters,but you find yourself emotionally involved with so many others - my favorite - Aunt Vespasia!

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