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He book And I didn t get to see much of William and Hester who I absolutely love In the second half though the pace did pick up and there was a lot of William and Hester as well as some ndearing segments with their young ward Scuff This book s storyline is a continuation of her previous book A Sunless Sea so for anyone who hasn t read that particular book they might find this book a bit incomprehensible And to anyone new to the series there is a lot of Victorian courtroom drama with no murder to accompany it so new readers will not fully understand how good Ms Perry is at setting her stage for tension and suspense and how very talented she is at filling her books with a wealth of period detai I wouldn t recommend this book as a First Read to this wonderful series but for Anne Perry fanatics like myself it is a must read Ms Perry continually proves herself worthy to me and she sits alone at the top of my favourite author list. Es he holds locked away a piece of vidence that could change the outcome of the trial and bring true justice but can he as the judge become involved The decision Rathbone makes will draw Monk deep into a dangerous case that will shape the rest of both their lives.
Uing or informative details about Victorian England but there s little new to be learned from this oneI also found the transformation of one character Margaret Rutherford something less than credible and an injustice to MargaretI still like the main characters of this series nough that I njoyed some of the time I spent with them this time out but I m not very optimistic about next time Although this book is in the Hester and William Monk series this is definitely a story about Oliver Rathbone Sir Rathbone finds himself at the pinnacle of his career at the beginning of this book but because of an rror in judgement that he makes in one of the cases he is presiding as judge over he finds himself at the lowest point personally and professionally that he has Fiche Blian ag Fás ever found himself in I am an ardent reader of all Ms Perry s books and I particularly love the William Monk series but I found this book a bit slow for the first half of Adored by his congregation stands accused of terrible corruption and fraud which has ruined the lives of those he's betrayedIn courtach victim affirms Taft's guilt but when the defence's star witness tears their stories apart the case seems lost Rathbone realis.
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This book is great but it s also heartbreaking Rathbone does help bring justice to a case but in turn breaks the law and is procecuted for it and risks hanging due to unforseen conseuencesThe characters have to deal with the fact that Esteem Enlivened by Desire even though Rathbone was morally right he was legally wrong and then wonder what the punishment should be for itRecommened 15 for child pornography blackmail and murder I don t mind when characters reveal what they re thinking but there s too much of that in this novel The plot also seemed a bit stale as it spent a lot of time rehashing anarlier book I usually like the books in this series but this was disappointing I ve always looked forward to new books in Anne Perry s William Monk series but I m afraid the series has outlived its vitality There s a good deal of repetition and many of the characters seem to be slogging along familiar paths Several of the previous books have provided intrig. Winner of the Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Award for Best Historical Novel 2014Oliver Rathbone William Monk's close friend has presided brilliantly over his first cases as a judge But the next will bring a far greater challenge Abel Taft a charismatic minister.
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