Anatomy of Murder (Crowther and Westerman Series #2)

Anatomy of Murder (Crowther and Westerman Series #2)

by Imogen Robertson
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Anatomy of Murder 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Amanda84 More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book. Just like Instruments of Darkness, I had the hardest time putting it down until I reached the end. I am really looking forward, to the next book in the series: Island of Bones, to be released later this year.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed Robertson's first novel, Instruments of Darkness, but was disappointed by Anatomy of Murder. Very slow moving, especially in the first three-quarters of the book. For a mystery novel there were too many irrelevant details about opera, naval warfare, and Jane Austen-esque descriptions of English family life. And too many characters from her first novel inserted themselves into this one without moving the plot much, just adding to a bewildering cast of characters. If you want a tour of Eighteenth Century London, with a scent of murder to keep you flipping pages, though, this book is for you
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Received a copy of this book from Goodreads and I enjoyed reading it. The mystery envolves multiple intresting people set in 1700 London during the time of the American Revolution. It has murder annd spying all rolled together in an intresting story full of twists..Since this is the first book by this author that I've read I think I'll read her others
AlbertG More than 1 year ago
Imogen Robertson started off with a bang with Instruments of Darkness and keeps the series not only going strong but picking up considerable steam with the second book; Anatomy of Murder. Harriet Westerman and Gabriel Crowther find themselves once again pulled in by circumstances into solving a murder. While the duo are asked by the British Goverment to look into the death of a suspected french spy that ties somehow into the mental breakdown of Westerman's husband; A Naval Captain. In the seedier part of London,Jocasta a Tarot-card reader portents evil for one of her clients and is unable to keep it from happening. Thusly she decides to bring justice to the young girl. Throw in the growth of Lady Susan and Imogen Robertson has brought all the players into the fray for a thrillride of a mystery. You will find it all in this book, thrills, good solid whodunit, and more then a little tragedy to go around. This is a young writer who has taken the time to learn her craft and is wielding it so well. A great read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed this series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this one even more than the first! The temporary move to London of both families we met in Instruments of Darkness gives it an invigorating air much different from the bucolic setting of Westerman and Crowther ' s initial case in the countryside. I've already got books 3 and 4 lined up and ready to read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This author does not disappoint!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read all of this series and enjoyed each one . These are well written with unexpected humor and a wealth of history and forensic detail. I particularly like historic mysteries and these are worth the time and money. I wish there were more.
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