Monday, June 11, 2012
June 10, 2012
I love Anne Perry's mysteries, but I have to say that her books could be half the length that they are. She spends quite a lot of time having her characters go over the facts of the case at hand over and over again.
The plot of Belgrave Square involves blackmail. A usurer is murdered in his office and Pitt is assigned to the case. Was the man murdered by someone who owed him money or by someone who was being blackmailed?
I enjoyed this one quite a bit. There was enough Thomas and not too much Charlotte. Her part of the detective work was enjoyable. I figured out the big plot twist in this book early on.
On to the next book!