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A Dangerous Mourning by Anne Perry

A Dangerous Mourning (edition 1991)

by Anne Perry

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Title:A Dangerous Mourning
Authors:Anne Perry
Info:Fawcett (1991), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 330 pages
Tags:London, murder, mystery, AD, 13 in 13

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ohmygoodness, really did not see that ending coming!

The writing is much better in this book. Much less introspection and I enjoyed the development of Hester Latterly. ( )
  MommaTracey | Jul 24, 2017 |
I liked William Monk much better in this book. He's aware that he wasn't a very nice person before he lost his memory, and he is fighting from becoming the same person. I also like Hester, even though she seems overly harsh with Monk at times. They complement either other very well. Three and a half stars. ( )
  dorie.craig | Jun 22, 2017 |
An inspector, having lost his prior memory, is called on to handle a murder of a member of a prominent family. He calls on a former associate / nemesis to nurse the matriarch of the family. Interesting plot, with somewhat laborious developing of the clues leading to the solving of the case. Lengthy tape, but worthy of a listen. ( )
  Pmaurer | Nov 24, 2016 |
Fecha de lectura aproximada. Sólo recuerdo el mes y el año, no el día. ( )
  MisaBookworm | Feb 2, 2016 |
Interesting read, both the mystery and the cultural assumptions the protagonists constantly run up against. ( )
  quiBee | Jan 21, 2016 |
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To John and Mary MacKenzie, and my friends in Alness, for making me welcome.
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Inspector William Monk has his hands full when an aristocrat's daugher is stabbed to death in her own bed. He is instructed to proceed without delay, but finds his efforts hamstrung by the lingering traces of amnesia and the craven ineptitutde of his supervisor, who would love to see him fail. With the help of Hester Latterly, formerly a nurse with Florence Nightingale, Monk gropes warily through the silence and shadows, knowing that with each step he comes closer to the appalling truth....
"A richly textured, masterfully plotted, thoroughly enjoyable story."

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Inspector Monk returns to the scene of another Victorian era murder mystery when the daughter of an upper-crust family is stabbed in her own home.

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