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Half Moon Street (Thomas Pitt, Bk 20)
Half Moon Street - Thomas Pitt, Bk 20
Author: Anne Perry
Like her literary forebear Charles Dickens, acclaimed author Anne Perry intrigues us with intricate plots propelled by vivid characters and the dark pleasures of Victorian London. Now, with Half Moon Street, Perry delivers another stunning novel enriched by the color of that matchless era: horses' hooves on cobblestone, fashionable drawing r...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780345433275
ISBN-10: 0345433270
Publication Date: 4/4/2000
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette
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I usually enjoy Anne Perry's mysteries. This was my least favorite. It was pretty tedious from start to finish.
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This was the first book I ever read by Anne Perry. Eh. Well, it was a lot better written than a lot of mysteries I've read. But it oscillated weirdly between fairly typical murder-mystery with police investigations and clues and all that - and a barely-connected story with lots of musings on the role of women in society, the theatre, and the issues involved in censorship. Then, about halfway through, it basically went off on an extended rant against pornography and how bondage/fetish is sick & woman-hating. Whatever. Tell it to all the women I know in the fetish scene....

So. I was unimpressed. And then while I was reading it (at work) I got informed that the writer is actually one of the girls that movie Heavenly Creatures is about, and when she was a teenager she actually killed someone. It's kinda creepy that now she's a successful murder-mystery writer.
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Another engrossing look at Victorian England with William Monk, investigative agent

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