Book Reviews of Death in the Devil's Acre (Thomas Pitt, Bk 7)

Death in the Devil's Acre (Thomas Pitt, Bk 7)
Death in the Devil's Acre - Thomas Pitt, Bk 7
Author: Anne Perry
ISBN-13: 9780449210956
ISBN-10: 0449210952
Publication Date: 4/12/1987
Pages: 272
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 63 ratings
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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Anner Perry at her best. Why are 4 men found dead in the worst part of town, stabbed and mutilated? A Dr. and several Gentlemen--NOT the type that frequents the Devil's Acre, so aptly named. Thomas and Charotte Pitt, with the help of Charlotte's sister Emily, work to figure out why the bodies were there, and WHO killed them, with some wild twists and turns. Classic Pitt, Classic Perry
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Anne Perry is my favorite author and it was a pleasure to find one of her older one's I hadn't read.
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A doctor is found brutually murdered in Devil's Acre in London. Inspector Pitt is on the case and more bodies pop up.
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When a doctor is found brutally murdered in the lurid section of London aptly named Devils Acre, even its most hardened residents are stunned. But shock soon turns to horror when Inspector Thomas Pitt discovers three more bodies with the same gruesome calling card: a stab wound in the back and a rather inexpertly executed mutilation. As Pitt and his wife, Charlotte, race against time to find the killer, a treacherous mystery unfolds. And no one, not the lowest brand of ruffian or the most established aristocrat, will escape unscathed.
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When a doctor is found brutally murdered in the lurid section of London aptly named "Devil's Acres", even its most hardened residents are stunned. But shock soon turns to horror when Instpecor Pitt discovers three more bodies with the same gruesome "calling card": a stab wound in the back and a rather inexpertly executed mutilation...

Pitt and his wife Charlotte race against time to find the killer,a treacherous mystery unfolds. And no one, not the lowest brand of ruffian or the most established aristocrat, will come out unscathed...
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