Murder on the Serpentine

Murder on the Serpentine

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When Thomas Pitt is summoned to Queen Victoria's private chambers, he hardly knows what to expect. When she tells him that the body of one of her closest confidantes, Sir John Halberd, has been found in the Serpentine, he knows he is facing his most daunting and dangerous investigation yet. The more Pitt learns about Sir John's past, the more he puts himself and his loved ones at risk.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, ©2017.
ISBN: 9780425284988
Characteristics: 272 pages ;,25 cm.

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traceyrb
Sep 12, 2017

I enjoyed this installment of the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series. It was a very interesting plot with many twists and turns amidst the background of the approach of the 2nd Boer War and the end of Victoria's reign. I highly recommend. I just hope this isn't the last in the series.

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dougslater
Aug 19, 2017

This entry in the Thomas Pitt series was ok, but just. I found it to be rather predictable and did not like the method of justice done on the storys main villain, actually it was quite disconnective to the Pitt character, not like him at all to act like that. I did like Pitts reward at the end of the book though, a nice touch. I do like this series overall, the London period settings are always well described.

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yesucan
Apr 19, 2017

I really enjoyed this book. Pitt struggles to do his job and is frustrated at his memory loss whilst people around him seem to know more about his past. He second guesses himself because of this handicap, but his colleagues and friends have his back, believe in him and work very hard at helping him resolve the vendetta against him.

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